Acupuncture Chapelford

Amy is an accredited practitioner (BSc MFHT) who has a special interest in Pain Relief, Women's health, Facial Revitalization Acupuncture.

Amy's clinic is based in Chapelford, Great Sankey near Warrington.

She offers a relaxed and friendly environment for your treatment.

Treatments are by appointment only.

Contact Amy for all enquiries: 0759 569 9931 |

"Amy is kind warm hearted and totally professional in her manner, and its been a pleasure being treated by her. Ive looked forward to each treatment to see the impact and improvement that they have made."

"I would not hesitate to recommend your service to anyone suffering from pain related matters as my experience has been nothing short of fantastic, I have my life back without the need for strong painkillers and their Side Effects."


Initial Consultation £15.00
15 minute evaluation session

Acupuncture £38.00 single session | £108.00 course of 3 sessions
45 minute session - for more information please click here

Facial Revitilization Acupuncture (FRA) £60.00
1hr 15min session - for more information please click here

Facial Massage £20.00
30 minute session

Gift Vouchers
Available for purchase. Please email Amy ( with your request.

Acupuncture's aim is to rebalance and restore health and well-being to the individual as a whole

The first treatment will include a holistic assessment of your health - Amy will ask about your main complaints, medical history, diet, digestive system, sleeping pattems, gynecology pattems and your emotional health. In addition your tongue will be examined and your pulses on both wrists will be taken as part of the assessment.

After the assessment Amy will tailor a treatment plan and discuss with you.

The treatments may include the following techniques:
  • Insertion of needles
  • Acupressure
  • Massage
  • Ear auricular either by needling or ear seeds
  • Moxibustion by using a moxa stick
  • Infra-red heat lamp
  • Cupping
  • Electro-acupuncture
  • Tapping

Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture (FRA) is a more subtle rejuvenation and revitalization process designed to help the whole body look and feel younger and to improve overall health and well being.

How does it work?
Facial acupuncture invigorates the body's Qi (energy) and blood of the face which helps the lymph system to drain away waste and toxins. The face generally looks fresher and the skin is improved. At the same time, it increases the production of collagen and the muscle tone which reduces harshness lines and wringles. Each acupuncture point has its own right and applications; by stimulating the face points it will bring out the innate beauty and radiance of an individual.

Why choose facial acupuncture?

  • A natural and painless method
  • Minimal side effects nor risks
  • Less expensive and added benefit of improving health
  • Treatment can be stopped if it does not suit you

Are there any contraindications?
Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture is contraindicated for those:
  • Who have high blood pressure, heart disorders, diabetes mellitus, some pituitary disorder
  • Who have a pacemaker or have a problem with bleeding or bruising
  • Who currently suffer from migraine headaches
  • During pregnancy
  • During a bout with a cold or flu
  • During an allergic attack or during an acute herpes outbreak

What is the treatment schedule?
Each person responds differently depending upon their health, diet, and lifestyle. In general, a course of treatment consists 12 sessions. The sessions can be done both weekly and bi-weekly. To achieve good results, the sessions must be done at least once a week for the first six week and once every 2 weeks for the remaining duration of the treatment.

It is also recommended to supplement the facial rejuvenation with nutritional supplements, with pure authentic aromatherapy blends for the skin, exercise, and a healthy diet.


Originally from Hong Kong and has been living in the UK for over 30 years. Amy has worked part-time in scientific field and public services while bringing up her two sons and looking after her husband.

Soon after her two sons left home to pursue their studies in Cambridge University, Amy enrolled herself in Salford University to study Acupuncture in Tradition Chinese Medicine to fulfill her interests and career. The intensive three years full-time training in Salford University clinic has provided her ample experience in treating patients with various illnesses.

Furthermore, Amy has consolidated her acupuncture skills by visiting and studying at two top Chinese hospitals in Guiyang and Zhuhai, China.

Amy is a Member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists