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Founder of Apothecary and lead practitioner Rosey Grandage MCSP MBAcC is a physiotherapist who travelled to China throughout the 1990’s studying and practicing acupuncture, tuina and qi gong. She taught tuina and Chinese medicine theory at University of Westminster for 17 years. Having worked for the NHS and in private practice since 1989, she started her first clinic on Greyhound Road in 2000. In 2004 she moved to number 33 where she now heads a team of expert, dynamic practitioners at Apothecary. Her personal style of practise draws on the best of physiotherapy and Chinese medicine to get to the root of problems; rebalancing and integrating the whole body and supporting this with practical, effective lifestyle advice.


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'I am seeing Rosey regularly, 2 or 3 times per month, since February 2018, and I am very happy with the treatment I receive from her. I have seen many physiotherapists in the last 30 years, but Rosey is the first one who has really been helping, I barely have back pains nowdays, and I feel like a normal person again thanks to her care, treatments and advices. I can only recommend her services.' Christina

'I've had acupuncture many times before somewhere else but the acupuncture i have received at Apothecary was excellent. Jurgita my therapist is just phenomenal, she is really caring, gave me really good advise and is very knowledgeable about Chinese medicine. I can highly recommend Apothecary' Chantelle

'I have attended Apothecary for a number of years: As a patient of Rosey Grandage, also to practice Qi Gong during her weekly Friday classes. I have found her understanding of Chinese and Western medicine combined with her skill as a physiotherapist invaluable.' Rosa


Our team of practitioners are highly qualified, experienced and registered with a professional organisation. Our acupuncture and tuina practitioners are members of the British Acupuncture Council which means they are accredited by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. The PSA has been set up by the Department of Health and administered by an independent body which is accountable to Parliament.

Lead Practitioner, Rosey Grandage, is also a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and the Health and Care Professions Council. This means that her practice is recognised by most health insurance companies.