Meet The Team


Samantha Craig-Wood

BSc (Hons) Ost

Samantha has been in practice for 26 years, and enjoys treating patients of all ages. After gaining her first degree in zoology, she did a degree in osteopathy at the British School of Osteopathy in London, where she took elective clinics in sports injuries and treatment of the older person, qualifying in 1996. She then worked in GP surgeries in London and Sussex, as well as osteopathic practices in Windsor and Dorking, before settling in Cranleigh and building up the practice.

After a skiing injury nearly brought her osteopathic career to an end, she completed a postgraduate Diploma in Paediatric Osteopathy from the Osteopathic Children’s Centre in 2005, where she gained valuable experience treating babies, children and women both during and after pregnancy. She takes a whole person approach with her patients, and feels honoured to have treated four generations of some families. She lives in Cranleigh with her partner and son, and loves walking the Surrey Hills with their dogs in her spare time.


Richard Williams


Richard qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 2004 with a BOst, after retraining, having spent 12 years in the entertainment industry. He has been practising in successful clinics in the Woking area and in Cranleigh for the past 18 years.

His interests include chronic pain, headaches, care of the elderly as well as sports rehabilitation programmes. He has studied cranial osteopathy, sports injuries and dry needling as a Postgraduate.

He is a keen long-time cyclist and retains a passion for music. He lives in Great Bookham with his wife, a dance teacher, and three children, who are a mixture of dancers, musicians and athletes!


Sarah Ellen


Sarah has always been interested in hearing people’s stories and prior to training as an osteopath she had a successful career in making television documentaries – including the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? series. Sarah already had a science degree and psychology A-Level before studying at the renowned British School of Osteopathy, graduating in 2011 with distinction.

Whilst at university Sarah enjoyed working in specialist clinics, including one for expectant mothers and a home for elderly people. Sarah also received a diploma in sports massage and is confident treating a wide range of sports injuries.

Since graduating, Sarah has undertaken further training including cranial osteopathy and ‘balanced ligamentous tension’ – two gentle yet effective osteopathic methods in helping the body’s joints return to health.

In her spare time, Sarah can usually be found outdoors climbing trees or playing cricket with her two young sons.

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David Harvey


David trained at the University College of Osteopathy and is also qualified in Sport and Remedial Massage. He works with adults of all ages to manage a wide range of conditions and injuries including work-related stresses and strains. He enjoys enabling people to regain control through improved function, whether for occupational and recreational activities or simple daily tasks.

David previously trained as a pianist and has spent more than twenty years as a performer and teacher of adults and children. Having personal experience of chronic pain during his musical education, David has a keen interest in helping those who have not benefitted from conventional medical approaches.


Jecy Kunju Kunju


Jecy is an advanced musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapist, who is also skilled in vestibular rehabilitation and women’s health.

Born in India, Jecy has also lived in Canada, the Middle East and the UK, and has 23 years of physiotherapy experience in orthopaedic, neurological and sports rehab.

Her interests and experience in physical rehabilitation are primarily in orthopaedic and neurological physiotherapy. Jecy did her Master’s in Human Kinetics in Canada and is keen on incorporating the role of the nervous system in healing of the body from neuromuscular problems.

She also specialises in vestibular physiotherapy in the treatment of dizziness, vertigo, and balance and equilibrium problems through exercises.

Her philosophy of treatment is about empowering the individual to take charge of their healing process through controlled movements and an informed understanding of their bodies.


Neil Balsdon

BTEC Diploma (Level 5) Soft Tissue Therapy including Sports Massage

Neil is a soft tissue/sports massage therapist, qualifying in 2015 at the London School of Sports Massage. He has also been a personal trainer since 1995, with a Diploma in Exercise and Health Behaviour from City University.

Neil has experience dealing with common complaints and pain caused by sports and everyday activity. Assessment prior to treatment allows him to pinpoint the problem to ensure focused and effective treatment. Services include: back (upper/lower), neck, shoulder pain, tennis/golfer’s elbow, hip, knee, ankle pain, plantar fasciitis, sports injuries and everyday stiffness from working at a desk or sitting for long periods of time.

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