Keeping our clients safe during Covid-19 Pandemic

Chester Acupuncture Clinic is following Public Health England’s guidance for close-contact therapy.

  • Clients must wear their own face-covering during their treatment.
  • Acupuncturists will wear personal protective equipment (visor, gloves, apron, face mask).
  • One-way flow system through the premises (entrance via front, exit via rear)
  • Clients should wait outside, or in vehicle, until asked to enter.
  • If coming by public transport, we request that clients do not come too early to reduce waiting time in the building. The waiting room will only accommodate two people at a time.
  • Patients will be asked to complete a treatment consent form at their first appointment.
  • Clients should not attend if they develop any new viral symptoms within 2 weeks prior to their appointment. We will waive our cancellation fee in this circumstance.

These measures will ensure we continue to deliver high quality acupuncture treatments in a safe environment for all.

Thank you for your compliance and understanding.

George and Shana Tam

5 Derby Place, Chester

Chester Acupuncture Clinic is located in an elegant Georgian building in Derby Place close to Chester City Centre and just a 10 minute walk from Chester railway station.

Parking is available in several locations close to the clinic.  Please see the Find Us page for further details on car parking.

We often treat these conditions

» Strained or sprained muscles
» Arthritis in joints
» Back pain
» Spondylosis of neck
» Headaches / Migraine
» Restless legs
» Sleep problems
» Stress
» Painful periods
» Fertility issues
» Menopausal symptoms
» Irritable bowel syndrome
» Chronic fatigue
» Fibromyalgia

Over 40 years of experience

Chester Acupuncture Clinic is a family business run by Mr George Tam M.B.Ac.C and Dr Shana Tam M.B.B.S. D.R.C.O.G.

Mr Tam was born in China and came to the UK in 1963 to train as a nurse. He qualified as a RMN in 1966 and RGN in 1968. He graduated with Honours from The College of Acupuncture, London in 1977.