I have two first degrees: one from the University of London in Biochemistry and Physiology; one from the University of Wales in Chiropractic.
I have a postgraduate M.Sc in Chiropractic Paediatrics (M.Sc.(Paeds)) and am a Fellow of the Royal College of Chiropractors Paediatric Speciality Faculty (FRCC(Paeds))
I am a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP), a Fellow of the American College of Functional Neurology (FACFN), a Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation, (FABVR), Fellow of the American Board of Brain Injury Rehabilitation (FABBIR).
I am a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (CPFM)
I am registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) (see below)
I am a member of the British Chiropractic Association. (BCA) (see below)
I am a registered Tinsley House provider.
I am a registered BUPA and AXA/PPP and other health insurers practitioner.
Patients range from newborns to those over 90 years old. Sessions are customised to the individual who may be any size, any age person.
Rosie visited Northern Thailand in October 2010 and 2012, working with Dr Neil Davies of Kiro Kids and the New Life Centre, providing chiropractic care in hill tribe villages.
Dr. Rosie Kitchiner has undertaken research at special and secondary schools over the last few years. A new research project is starting up to evaluate the combined effect of the Tinsley House Protocol and gentle chiropractic adjustments. A number of Tinsley House Clinic chiropractors are currently engaged in various research projects and evidence is accumulating. In 2008, we contributed towards the ACA Fall Prevention Study, carrying out research at the AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) Conference in Washington, DC. This study, USA National Insitutes of Health Clinical Trial NCT00719082, will collect data that will assist researchers in developing strategies to prevent falls. This study was carried out in association with the Carrick Institute and Vestibular Technologies Inc.
General Chiropractic Council (GCC)
The General Chiropractic Council (GCC) regulates chiropractors in the UK to ensure the safety of patients undergoing chiropractic treatment.
The GCC is an independent statutory body established by Parliament to regulate the chiropractic profession. We protect the health and safety of the public by ensuring high standards of practice in the chiropractic profession.
The title of 'chiropractor' is protected by law and it is a criminal offence for anyone to describe themselves as a chiropractor without being registered with the GCC. We check that all chiropractors are properly qualified and are fit to practise.
British Chiropractic Association(BCA)
The British Chiropractic Association has been at the forefront of supporting and developing the profession for nearly 95 years. We have used our experience to develop a comprehensive range of membership benefits and services that provide protection, savings, policy development and learning opportunities to support you throughout your career.
As the largest representative body for chiropractors in the UK, our members make up a vibrant and progressive community, supported by our expertise of the chiropractic profession and the wider healthcare environment.
The BCA was a founder member of the European Chiropractors Union and the World Federation of Chiropractic. All BCA members are covered by a high quality professional indemnity insurance and the Association operates a robust professional standards and complaints management process.