Dr. Erin Rosen received her doctorate in chiropractic from Life University in September of 2013 after which time she practiced in Colorado and Georgia before returning to Massachusetts in 2015. As a second-generation chiropractor she is motivated to make a difference in the healthcare field. Her leadership roles while in chiropractic school included: President of the Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) Club, Member of the Appropriations and Professional Leadership Committee, research track scholarship recipient, proctor for the 180 hour International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) certification series, instructor for SOT seminars and the 1st student certified in SOT by SOTO-USA.
She was first exposed to research as a Kinesiology major at UMass Amherst and continued this work in chiropractic school as a member of the research track at Life University. Her work included: data collection and analysis for various research projects, as well as a paper acceptance and presentation at the International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS) conference at Sherman College.
As an undergraduate she attended Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, was a Women in Leadership Scholarship recipient and participating student of the Women in Leadership Program. She graduated with honors from UMass Amherst with a degree in Kinesiology. Dr. Rosen continued her postgraduate studies in the health care field. She graduated from the Institute for Integrated Nutrition, became a certified Viniyoga instructor, Kundalina Yoga instructor and a Khalsa Way Prenatal and Pregnancy yoga instructor.
While in high school Dr. Rosen founded a non-profit organization called "Erin's Helping Hands". Under her direction over 400 volunteers provided over 20,000 blankets to needy children around the world. In addition to blankets, care packages were provided to children entering foster care and homeless shelters throughout Massachusetts.
In addition to the various pre-professional experiences she brings to the profession an accomplished athletic background as an elite nationally ranked rhythmic gymnast and over 9 years of gymnastics coaching experience. This experience has given her a deep understanding of the intricacies and functional capacity of performance in both elite and amateur athletes. Holding degrees in both Kinesiology and Chiropractic as well as her studies in integrative nutrition have allowed Dr. Rosen to develop a unique understanding of human biomechanics and neurophysiology.