Looking for Acupuncture in the Wolverhampton Area?

Acupuncture appointments at affordable prices at  Cosdall and Tettenhall Rd Wolverhampton.

Please don’t hesitate to ask for more information about Acupuncture and how it may help you.

You can also come along for an informal  chat free of charge at Codsall and discuss Acupuncture with the practitioner.

Patients commonly visit an Acupuncturist for a wide range of issues including stress, depression, anxiety, male/female fertility, well-being, addictions, and much more.

Acupuncture seeks to restore the harmony between mind, body, and our emotions.

wolvehampton acupuncture
Acupuncture is perhaps best known for its role with pain control but there is much more to Traditional Acupuncture than just pain relief.

Traditional Acupuncture is based on a holistic approach to medicine where the mind and emotions are equally as important in governing ones general health.

In the past people were somewhat sceptical of Acupuncture, they generally saw it as the last resort when all else had failed. Those days have changed and today many private medical insurers include acupuncture as part of their second line treatments.

Browse the site where you will see contact details, location and answers to many common questions about Acupuncture. You can call, e-mail, or text.  
If you have mobility or transport issues then request a home visit.


Wolverhampton Health Clinics



Chris is a full member of the British Acupuncture Council  ( MBAcC) the leading regulatory body for the practice of acupuncture in the UK and is a licensed Acupuncturist with numerous local council authorities including   Wolverhampton City Council.

baccMembership of the BAcC also includes professional insurance and indemnity and all treatments conform to the BAcC Code of Ethics of confidentiality, hygiene, and Safe Practice.



brookes logo charcoal cmykHe has an Honours degree in Traditional Acupuncture awarded by Oxford (Brookes) University and a Licentiate to practice Acupuncture gained from the College Of Traditional Acupuncture.



Licentiate in Traditional Acupuncture
This was awarded from the College of Traditional Acupuncture.  This is a Three Year course linked to the degree in Traditional Acupuncture from Oxford Brookes

Licensed Authorities
Local byelaws stipulate that to practice  Acupuncture you need to obtain a license from the local authority where you practice. In Chris’s case he has been Licensed to practice in South Staffordshire, Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Shropshire and Worcestershire.


Chris’s personal message
"We are all unique and individual, and sometimes so are illnesses. As a Traditional Acupuncturist I look for the cause of the problem and not just its  symptoms."






Chris is a full member of the British Acupuncture Council (BAcC). There are approximately 3000 members of qualified acupuncturists in this organisation. It is the UK’s largest professional self-regulatory body for the practice of traditional acupuncture.

All members of the BAcC can offer you the following assurances:
•    BSc or BA degree level training or its equivalent in traditional acupuncture, Chinese medicine, and western biomedical sciences including anatomy, physiology and pathology (3,600 hours of study)
•    compliance with current UK health and safety legislation
•    full medical malpractice and public/products liability insurance cover
•    expert practice skills maintained by following a mandatory individual programme of continuing professional development (CPD)
•    regular updates from the BAcC regarding practitioners' professional obligations to the public
•    compliance with BAcC Code of Safe Practice and Code of Professional Conduct
•    patient access to the BAcC complaints and disciplinary procedures
•    English language skills at least equivalent to those required of doctors and nurses working in the UK

Acupuncturists registered with the BAcC carry the letters MBAcC after their name.




codsall10-12, Wood Road



07798 904174

Wood Road is a small road in the centre of Codsall Village. At the one end is the Crown public house and the othercodsall2jpg end is the back entrance to the co-op supermarket. There is ample free parking at the Co-op for up to 4 hours in the day and no restrictions at all after 4.00pm. It’s less than a minute’s walk away.

There is an intercom system in use so when advised you can push the front door and enter the main entrance. Once inside you will be greeted and taken to the treatment room.

Visitors by appointment only.

Appointments can be made on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 9.00am to 9.00pm. Also Wednesdays before 1.00pm and Saturday afternoons. Sunday appointments can sometimes be made.

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Tettenhall Road

clinic2Active Body Centre
96 Tettenhall Road  Wolverhampton


07798 904174

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The active body centre is next to Saint Jude’s Church and almost opposite Wolverhampton Girls School. Look for a large red brick Victorian building and the blue sign.

The  patient’s entrance is at  the  left hand side. After you press the doorbell the receptionist will respond via an intercom system and the door will be opened for you. Reception is on the right hand side and there are plenty of comfortable chairs for your use.


If you use public transport there is a  high frequency  bus service from the centre of Wolverhampton along the Tettenhall Road. Wolverhampton also has a main line railway station

Car parking is available at the front, please park in the spaces provided. There is also parking in St Jude's Road and other adjacent roads.


Please do not park on Church property.