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Massage is commonly used to relieve pain, rehabilitate sports injuries, to reduce stress and to aid in general wellbeing.

At Caterham Osteopaths, we offer several different forms of massage, including advanced clinical massage, sports remedial massage, and many more.
For more information on which form of massage might be best for you please refer to our website or call us to speak to one of our practitioners.


Our Practitioners

Lee Winchester

Sports and clinical

massage therapist.

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I am a member of the Federation of
Holistic Therapists and I hold a number of qualifications in: Sports Massage, Kinesiology Taping, Oncology
Massage, Table Thai Massage, Swedish Massage, Hot Stones and Indian Head Massage

Currently I am working towards completing BTEC Level 6 as an Advanced Clinical massage therapist. This is
currently the highest qualification available to massage therapists in this country and shows a very high level of
commitment to client care and training.

In addition to this I have experience as a personal trainer, am able to offer nutrition advice, have First Aid
qualifications and hold an enhanced DBS certificate. I have worked on a number of sporting events helping
athletes and amateurs achieve their goals.

Oncology and Palliative Care – I am a regular volunteer oncology therapist at the Macmillan Centre at East Surrey
Hospital. I work with clients who have some very challenging health problems including pre and post cancer
treatment and surgeries and deliver care up to end of life. I consider this to have been the greatest privilege of my
working life so far.

I have been working and training continuously for many years and am committed to getting clients out of pain,
mobile and active with a combination of highly effective treatments. Chronic pain can often be fixed and managed
with good soft tissue release and mobilisation. Please don’t hesitate to enquire if you think I may be able to help you.


Sue Hannaford


Sue Hannaford is a soft tissue specialist offering advanced clinical and sports massage.  She has a high level of training (BTEC 6) and has over 20 years experience.  She works with clients presenting with a wide range of injuries and conditions including recent injuries and chronic pain conditions and treatments to support clients pre and post operatively, as well to help deal with the effects of stress on the body.

An initial assessment, thorough consultation and, where appropriate, orthopaedic assessment, is followed by a suitably tailored treatment using a variety of clinical, sports and therapeutic massage techniques including deep tissue massage, soft tissue release, advanced and sports stretching, trigger point therapy, myofascial release and craniosacral therapy techniques, together with the use of heated stones.

Full Hot Stone Fusion massage treatments also available, as well as specialised Pregnancy Massage.

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