Hull and East Yorkshire
Community Acupuncture

Affordable Acupuncture Clinic

Welcome to Hull and East Yorkshire Community Acupuncture run by Jane Marsh and Eileen Birrell.

Our community acupuncture clinics are located on Bean Street (off Anlaby Road) in Hull and York Road Market Weighton, in the heart of East Yorkshire within easy reach of Driffield, Pocklington and Beverley.


Alternative medicine can be costly. At Hull and East Yorkshire Community Acupuncture we are committed to keeping acupuncture affordable for all. We can achieve this by treating several people together in one room. Acupuncture needles need 20 – 30 minutes to do their work. The acupuncturist can place the needles in one patient, leaving them to relax into their treatment and move on to the next patient. By working in this way the price of a treatment is significantly reduced. Cheap acupuncture does not mean poor quality acupuncture. The standard of treatment in our clinics is of the same high quality you would expect in any private one to one clinic, but by keeping our overhead costs low we can pass those savings onto our patients.

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Jane and Eileen both practice acupuncture based on Traditional Chinese Medicine and are registered with the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). BAcC are the largest professional body in the U.K. for traditional acupuncturists and their members adhere to strict codes of safe and ethical practice. Just CLICK HERE to visit BAcC. They are also members of the Association of Community and Multibed Acupuncture Clinics (ACMAC). Just CLICK HERE to visit ACMAC.

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Jane and Eileen are on the voluntary register vetted and approved by The Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. This scheme was set up by The Department of Health and is administered by an independent body which is accountable to parliament. By choosing a registered acupuncturist, patients can be assured of the highest professional standards of treatment and care.

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