Graham Ganson – BSc (Ost)


Graham graduated from the British School of Osteopathy, London in 1993.

On completing his degree he worked in Cheshire then Oxford gaining valuable experience before moving to Sussex.

Together with Sasha, they opened the Forest Row Osteopathic Clinic (froc) in 1997.

Graham is happy treating anyone over the age of five!, has an interest in psychology, minor sports injuries and ergonomics. He enjoys running, cycling and loses himself in the garden!

Sasha Matthews – BSc (Ost)


Sasha qualified in 1993 from the British School of Osteopathy. As an undergraduate she became interested in cranial sacral osteopathy and completed further post graduate studies with the Sutherland Society.

In 1995 Sasha was asked to work at Moatfield GP Surgery in East Grinstead and run an ‘in house’ osteopathic clinic, which she did until the birth of her 1st son in 2005. She was able to develop her specialist interest in the treatment of babies and children and forged strong links with the local GPs, midwives and Health visitors.

Sasha also works as a structural osteopath and is happy to treat patients of any age! She enjoys sport and runs regularly.

Liz Duffin – BOst MSc


Liz graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 2005. She has since undertaken a variety of training courses including cranial and visceral osteopathy and more recently trained in Kinesiotaping with ROCK tape.

In 2011 Liz completed an MSc in Osteopathic Sports Care graduating with Merit and went on to be part of the Medical team at the London 2012 Olympics, which was a highlight of her career so far.

Outside of work Liz is a keen athlete, regularly competing for her club and county, and enjoys coaching adults and children in athletics.

Rachael Pereira – BOst, MSc Paed Ost


Rachael graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in London. In 2008 she undertook a 2 year Masters degree in Paediatric Osteopathy through the Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC)  in London, and continued to work at the OCC for a further 2 years to gain valuable paediatrics and obstetric experience.

She enjoys working with people of all ages and uses many different treatment techniques according to the age and needs of her patients; this may include soft tissue massage, manipulation and articulation of joints, postural advice and postural correction or cranial osteopathy. Thoughtful osteopathic care, combined with good sound advice and education are the hallmarks of her approach.

Paediatric osteopathy is a popular part of Rachael’s work and she regularly sees babies and children as part of a whole family approach.

In her free time, Rachael is a keen dinghy sailor, runner and cyclist. She also regularly practices yoga and pilates, to bring physical and emotional balance to her work and physical life. She has first-hand experience of the physical and nutritional demands sport places on the body, and the frustration injuries can cause. She combines her clinical and sporting expertise to help her patients’ stay injury free and improve their performance.

Gill Marshall – MSECH RSHom


Gill Marshall has been practising as a homeopath in Forest Row since 2001. She trained for 4 years at the South East College of Homeopathy and is a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths.

Gill has particular interests in thyroid problems and in supporting children with autism and other special needs.  She also works with people with a very wide range of different health issues, physical and emotional. About half of Gill’s patients are under 16 and she runs a weekly reduced fee clinic for babies and children.

Gill offers appointments on weekdays and Saturdays.

She welcomes enquiries and offers online booking.  You can contact Gill or book an appointment via her website at   You may also like to read her blog at