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Dr Sue Allbright

Acupuncturist and Mentor Supervisor


01684 893393


Consultation two hours £110

Acupuncture treatment £60

If you are unable to keep an appointment please give at least 48 hours notice of cancellation otherwise the full fee may be charged.

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Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery MBChB (Birmingham 1984)

Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists DRCOG 1986

Certificate of training for General Practice 1988 Founder and director of Beacon Clinic 2003

Licentiate in Acupuncture Lic Ac 2005

Oxford CBT certificate for children and adolescence 2009

Acupuncture and Fertility certificate Jani White Summer 2009

Certificate in Supervision-Mentoring in Acupuncture 2010

Sue qualified from Birmingham Medical School in 1984 and then trained in a variety of hospital posts, in Hereford, Walsall and Kidderminster. She then came to Malvern to do her GP training with the Avenue Road Surgery (the previous site of the Whiteacres group of GPs). She continued to work in local surgeries and also as a School Doctor for a Malvern school, alongside having a family.

Sue also chose to add to the breadth of her experience and medical knowledge by doing further part-time work as a Clinical Assistant/Staff Grade doctor in Adult Psychiatry in Kidderminster, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Antenatal Care in Worcester and also in Palliative Care at St Richards Hospice.

Having experienced and witnessed the benefits of acupuncture by seeing Martin’s work with his patients, Sue was keen to learn more about this system of medicine. She completed three years accredited training in traditional acupuncture at The School of Five Element Acupuncture in London and works in the Beacon Clinic in this capacity.

Sue is particularly interested in the way in which physical, mental and emotional problems interact with each other and the way that acupuncture can be of benefit to these different aspects of a person’s well-being. Sue and her husband Martin opened The Beacon Clinic in 2003 as part of their shared wish to integrate the experience of a range of professionals in the care of patients.

Sue married Martin in 1987 and they have lived in Malvern since 1989. They have three daughters Kate, Bethaney and Sophia and a granddaughter.

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Sue is registered with the General Medical Council, (membership No. 02927378). She is also registered with the British Medical Acupuncture Society (membership No. 04914)

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