Acupuncture in St Neots Available Now

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Acupuncture in St Neots at The Acu Room clinic in Eaton Ford, St Neots, Cambridgeshire (Bedfordshire border).


Sunny Jaspal is an experienced therapist with a first class honours degree in traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture. Sunny aims create a synergistic treatment by drawing on her various training in acupuncture and holistic healthcare. She offers targeted aftercare advice to help you overcome obstacles and improve your health. Her aim is to treat you with honesty, empathy, dignity and as an individual.


Acupuncture aims to restores the body’s natural equilibrium. It is safe and effective for everyone from children to the elderly.


Your main symptom as well at the root cause of illness are treated, whilst considering lifestyle and environmental factors that may help or hinder recovery. You may therefore notice other problems improving too, along with improved wellbeing and restful sleep.


Pregnancy massage appointments

Pregnancy Acupuncture & Massage

Pregnancy or prenatal massage with Sunny is designed to be relaxing, whilst also addressing any pregnancy ailments.

Aroma Sports Massage for pain

Remedial Massage

A truly prescriptive massage combining a range of techniques for a deep, restorative and relaxing massage.

Cupping Therapy


Cupping is a technique used in acupuncture treatment that can also be used as a treatment on its own when combined with massage.

Acupuncture treatment in St Neots and Letchworth


Acupuncture is the insertion of fine needles into specific points. Traditional Chinese medicine acupuncture has been researched and refined for over 2000 years.

About Sunny

Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist

Hello, I'm Sunny. I have been practicing complementary and alternative medicine since 2007. Initially trained in massage, I went on to study acupuncture in 2013. I have a 1st in traditional acupuncture and various diplomas in massage. I am a member of the British Acupuncture Council, the UK's largest professional body for traditional acupuncturists, and on the Accredited Register run by the Professional Standards Authority. I am insured and licensed with Huntingdonshire Council.

As a therapist I aim to create a synergistic treatment by bringing together my various training and experience. Acupuncture is a powerful and effective treatment, and I am passionate about sharing it's healing potential with you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

You can choose to have treatment when you have a specific complaint or if you feel generally unwell but have no obvious diagnosis.


Acupuncture evidence is limited due to the expense of conducting clinical trials and due to the lack of high quality evidence. We can say with certainty that acupuncture is effective for short-term relief of tension type headaches, migraine headache, chronic low back pain, neck pain, chronic neck pain and temporomandibular (TMD/TMJ) pain.


In addition acupuncture can be used as a short term and complementary treatment for osteoarthritis knee pain. Acupuncture has also been shown to improve overactive bladder in the short-term, by using electro-acupuncture at the SP6 point.


For more information on acupuncture research and conditions please visit the BAcC acupuncture research page.

Vickers et al 2018, a systematic review of high quality clinical trials concluded that acupuncture is not a placebo treatment for chronic pain and that the effects of treatment persisted over time.

Each session costs £55 and lasts for 1 hour. There is no extra charge for the initial consultation, which is included within the first treatment. Please visit the fees page for more information.

All treatments last 1 hour. If you require a longer treatment, please contact Sunny to discuss.

Acupuncture needles are very fine and therefore painless. You may notice a mild sensation. If you find the treatment uncomfortable the needles can be adjusted. Many people find acupuncture treatment to be deeply relaxing.

Sunny works from her private treatment room in Eaton Ford, St Neots, 8 Constable Avenue, Eaton Ford, St Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 7RH.

Please see the St Neots page for more information on the clinic.

Sunny is an experienced practitioner, practicing various forms of massage since 2007 and TCM acupuncture since 2016. Each treatment is tailored to the patient’s individual requirements. An individual treatment plan is formulated by undertaking a comprehensive consultation looking into current issues, medical history, and all aspects of the patient’s lifestyle. In addition, individualised aftercare is given in relation to exercise and diet to improve health and wellbeing. Sunny aims to treat each patient with empathy, honesty, and respect.

Many insurers provide some level of cover for acupuncture. Please double check with your insurer before booking an appointment. See list of insurers here.

What patients say

“I have really enjoyed my first experience of acupuncture with Sunny. She explained everything she was doing and why she was doing it, giving me a better understanding of acupuncture. She also gave me useful advice on how to improve my diet to help my condition. I would thoroughly recommend Sunny for your acupuncture needs which is why I will be booking more sessions.”

Why Choose Sunny

Qualified Therapist

Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Acupuncture. CPD in fertility, paediatrics, scalp acupuncture.

Registered Practioner

Member of the British Acupuncture Council, the leading self-regulatory body for traditional acupuncturist’s in the UK.

Accredited Register

On the Accredited Register scheme run by the Professional Standards Authority, backed by the government.

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