Having benefited from treatment in her adolescence, Rose was drawn to osteopathy through its holistic view of the body and its ability to help individuals with a wide range of conditions. Having worked in an award-winning East London clinic since 2015, Rose relocated to Bath in early 2020.
Rose trained for 5 years at the University College of Osteopathy (formerly the British School of Osteopathy), graduating with a masters’ degree in Osteopathy (M.Ost). Having discovered a passion for treating pregnant women and children in her undergraduate training, Rose then completed a two-year diploma in paediatric osteopathy (DPO) at the Osteopathic Centre for Children (OCC) in London. Whilst at the teaching clinic, she was fortunate to work alongside highly experienced osteopaths, treating a diverse range of patients. She continues to enjoy treating all members of the family from newborn babies to great grandparents and all those in between.
Rose enjoys helping every individual realise their potential. As a registered osteopath, she continues to undertake regular courses in order to expand and develop her skills. She employs a variety of osteopathic techniques accompanied by advice, which is tailored to each individual, for an integrated approach to recovery.