acupuncture pain centre nottingham

The Acupuncture Pain Centre (Nottingham)

Based in Bramcote near Beeston, Nottingham, The Acupuncture Pain Centre specialises in providing you with complementary healthcare to help diagnosed painful conditions, whether internal or external and whether recent or long term. Although treatment is largely based around acupuncture, you may also be offered dietary/nutritional/lifestyle advice. Each person will be treated differently.

Also see our sister website the Acupuncture Fertility Centre

muscular pain

Musculoskeletal Pain

You have pain or discomfort and have had enough! Perhaps your joints and muscles hurt. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, with its long history is renowned for treating pain and there is a growing… [Read More…]

Internal Pain

You have been diagnosed with a painful or debilitating condition that has left you feeling sore or uncomfortable. You are receiving medical treatment to stabilise the condition, but wonder… [Read More…]

Sports Injuries

Acupuncture works to help maintain your body’s equilibrium. It involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific points on the body to regulate the flow of ‘qi’, your body’s vital energy… [Read More…]


Martin Dean

All work is carried out to the highest standards by Martin Dean who is a member of the British Acupuncture Council. Martin has over 23 years of practitioner experience and was a lecturer in acupuncture for the University of Lincoln for ten years. Although he is experienced in treating a wide range of conditions, he takes a special interest in male and female fertility issues. He also practices comfortable needling technique, and is a keen advocate of Tai Chi Ch’uan for maintaining and understanding health.

British Acupuncture Council member

A Co-ordinated Approach

Acupuncture is a tried and tested system of traditional medicine, which has been used in China and other eastern cultures for thousands of years to restore, promote and maintain good health.

The treatment is widely considered to be beneficial for a range of symptoms resulting from illness, from clearly defined complaints or to improve general feelings of wellbeing and help with relaxation.


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Will definitely recommend you to any one!

Acupuncture did work for us! Thank you once again ! Will definitely recommend you to any one !!!

October 12, 2015

We recommend you consult a registered medical practitioner before commencing a course of acupuncture. Please also mention your intention to start acupuncture treatment with us.