Apothecary Natural Health Centre
Lead Practitioner Rosey Grandage qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist at St Mary's Hospital London and then, in 1991, went to China to study acupuncture, tuina and qi gong for two years. Since returning to London she has worked at the pain management centre at St Thomas' Hospital (1994-1997) and in private practice in West London.
She teaches on the BSc Acupuncture course at the University of Westminster and in 1999 set up a diploma in Qi Gong Tuina at the university. In 2002 she started Prospect Chinese Medicine and Physiotherapy Centre in Hammersmith and Prospect Seminars which organises seminars for students and practitioners of Chinese medicine. In 2006 Prospect moved across the road and became Apothecary Natural Health Centre. Here she has gathered a team of experienced and newly qualified practitioners focused on providing expert care for the local community.
She has sat on the executive committee of the British Acupuncture Council and is still a member of the professional conduct committee.
She has published articles on qi gong and the treatment of children in The European Journal of Oriental Medicine, written articles on acupuncture for the BBC/Open University website open2.net and the physiotherapy journal In Touch. Recently she has published an artilcle on tuina Chinese massage in The Journal of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. She has appeared on LBC radio.
At Apothecary she also runs Apothecary Gallery; a community interest company art gallery which provides affordable exhibition space for young artists, local artists and work which raises awareness of conservation and the environment.
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and the British Acupuncture Council.
As a Chartered Physiotherapist Rosey is recognised by Private Health Insurers.