I am a qualified acupuncturist and studied for 3 years at Leeds Metropolitan University where I graduated in 2010 and obtained my BSc (Hons) in Acupuncture. I gained experience working in a busy clinic and treating a number of diverse conditions. I use Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) diagnosis and treatment principles.

After graduating I set up my own clinic in Chester, Cheshire where I have seen some amazing results and have treated a number of diverse conditions such as back pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, headaches and fertility (just to mention a few!)

 In April 2015 I joined the acupuncture team at the Reproductive Health Group in Daresbury, Warrington. I carried out acupuncture treatments before and after patients had their embryo transfer.

I relocated to Morpeth, Northumberland in 2016. This is where I have rebuilt my clinic and worked from home for a number of years. I have recently started my own family and now have 2 little girls. I am excited to be returning to work after my maternity leave where I will be working from a lovely clinic room at Hair & beauty Co in Morpeth.

Before beginning my acupuncture training I completed one years nursing training and have worked as a senior care assistant in a nursing and residential home as well as a dementia unit for a number of years. I have a good background in Western Medicine. I also worked as a control room operator for Telecare at Northumberland County Council. I am originally from Alnwick in Northumberland.

Please feel free to browse the website and I look forward to hearing from you soon! 

I am a full member of the British Acupuncture Council

Why is this important?

  • The BAcC is the UK‟s largest regulatory body for practitioners of traditional acupuncture with around 3,000 members
  • To achieve BAcC membership, practitioners must first undertake extensive training in traditional acupuncture and western biomedical sciences (min. 3 years full-time or parttime equivalent) which includes physiology, anatomy, differential diagnosis  and the actions and side effects of commonly prescribed medication. 

Kim Clark - Acupuncture Chester