• In the Heart of It!
    The clinic is located next to Devonshire Green with its own free parking
  • Acupuncture
    Over 17 years clinical experience treating a range of health conditions.
  • East meets West
    A fusion of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture with modern clinical practice.
5 Element Acupuncture in the Heart of Sheffield
Welcome to Devonshire Acupuncture. Providing traditional 5 Element acupuncture in a quiet and tranquil city centre Clinic.

Traditional Integrated Acupuncture

Traditional acupuncture is a system of medicine/healthcare which is based on ancient principles dating back 2000 years.
Tradtiional acupuncture sees illness and pain as indications that a person is out of balance. The aim the acupuncturist is to restore the person’s equilibrium by inserting fine needles and rebalancing their vital energy, or Qi.
Traditional integrated acupuncture uses two systems, namely TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine, with its Yin Yang, 8-principle approach) and 5-Element. Whilst these two systems are similar in many respects, there are also some significant differences. 5-Element looks at more chronic conditions with emphasis on a person’s constitution. TCM emphasises both acute and chronic conditions and is particularly for musco-skeletal disorders.

Simon Brooks

Has been in full-time practice since qualifying from the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine (CICM) in 1997. With 18 years experience as an acupuncturist Simon has successfully treated a wide variety of illnesses and conditions. As a fully insured Member of the British Acupuncture Council (MBAcC) he is bound by a strict code of practice including the highest ethical and hygiene standards.

Pain Free Technique

Simon practises using a gentle technique and extremely fine gauge needles. This makes his acupuncture treatments suitable for sensitive patients and children.
About Devonshire Acupuncture

We provide a clinical and independent private clinic with emphasis on traditional acupuncture where practitioners have trained over a number of years. Consequently patients are diagnosed using the time-honoured methods of pulse taking and observation resulting in a more accurate diagnosis and tailored treatments.