Dr. Dong

Whose English name is Lucy, studied at ShanXi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine from 1980 to 1985, and worked in ShanXi Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine from 1985 to 2002. She was promoted to Deputy Chief Physician in 1997 and worked in the UK in 2002. She began practicing medicine in Northampton in February 2004. Lucy is good at acupuncture and Chinese medicine for the treatment of various pains, medical complications, infertility and skin diseases.


Conventional and Chinese medicine adopt very different approaches towards the definition and treatment of disease. For a Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor, illness signifies a disruption and unbalance of physical and mental well-being. TCM attempts to stimulate the body’s natural self healing and self-regulating abilities. Therefore, avoid unnecessary side-effects from chemical medicines.

If you are frustrated with conventional medicine, and have tried everything, you should look into TCM. We have countless cases of customers who have all but lost hope to find the solution to their serious health problem lies in TCM.

Chinese Herbal Medicine & Acupuncture

All our practitioners are well qualified, trained in both TCM & Western Medicine. All of them have many years of experience in treating various health problems.

How will I feel during and after acupuncture treatment?

Most people experience a feeling of peace and relaxation during acupuncture treatment. You should be fine to travel home alone afterwards. If you are doubt, you could take a friend with you on your first visit.Most patients experience improvement immediately. Help to make the pain go away just after one course. Come and see us, free initial assessment.

our Treatments

 TCM attempts to stimulate the body’s natural self healing and self-regulating abilities. Therefore, avoid unnecessary side-effects from chemical medicines.


    It involves the insertion of very fine sterilized needles, disposable and never re-used, into the body surface at strategic points. The practitioners will leave the needles in place for a period of time. The use of needles is virtually painless.


    Chinese herbs are an integral part of traditional Chinese medicine. They are specially formulated in China and includeflowers, leaf stalk and roots. Each herb has healing properties which are used for specific purpose and perform particular functions.


    Acupressure is also called ‘Chinese Tui Na’ massage which uses techniques including stroking, kneading, pulling and pressing etc to manipulate the tissues, muscles and ligaments of the body. It does not only make you feel relaxed but alsorelease any physical and emotional tensions that may be blocking your energy channels, to help bring the body back into balance.


    Chinese reflexology is the massaging of areas on the feet that correspond to the organs of the body. By applying pressure to these areas it is possible to regulate the function of the organs, clear toxins from the body and prevent illnesses from developing.


    This is an effective, non-surgical treatment to reduce the signs of aging. It is based on the principles of Chinese Medicine, which involves the insertion of very thin disposable needles into the acupoints on the face. This superficial insertion will increase the local circulation to the face and stimulate collagen production, which will fill out the lines and give firmness to the skin for a healthy, glow complexion. The treatments will end with an acupressure facial massage using pure herbal essential serum for an optimal result. Regular treatments will ensure a younger, healthier looking slim.


Lose weight treatment includes sessions of acupuncture and massage, which can help patients not only control their daily intakes, by adjusting the feeding centre of hypothalamus to block the transmission of hunger message, but also activate the metabolism to increase energy consumption.


Opening Hours 
Monday-Friday: 9:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday: 10.00am – 4.00pm
Sunday & Bank Holidays: Closed

Tel: 01604 626 868
Mob: 07588 799 289
Address: 28a Gold Street, Northampton, NN1 1RS