Tino Bos has worked as a self-employed chiropractor in Germany since 2003. After graduating as a sport scientist specialized in rehabilitation and prevention from the University of Potsdam, he started his study of chiropractic at the Palmer Collage of Chiropractic in the USA.
Not only his study of sports science, but also the chiropractic education in the USA influenced his understanding of biomechanical and neurological dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system and its relation to health. This knowledge is the basis for his everyday work in practice.
Besides his clinical work Tino Bos is a consultant and chiropractor of many professional athletes and sport teams, such as the German Roller Speed Skating National Team. He was also involved in the chiropractic care at national and international sport events, for example the World Games 2005 in Germany and 2009 in Taiwan.