Martin began his path into medicine starting at St Bartholomew’s Medical College, London, where he qualified in 1981. He then gained subsequent positions and qualifications in emergency medicine, intensive care, anaesthetics, paediatrics, obstetrics, gynaecology, and general practice.
He began his classical acupuncture training in 1982 with Prof. Jack Worsley at the College of Traditional Acupuncture. After eleven years of study and practice he was awarded the title 'Acupuncture Master' however he continued to apprentice with him for another 8 years.
He was a director of training and lecturer at the College of Traditional Acupuncture and a medical advisor to the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board.
He is an accredited member of the British Medical Acupuncture Society and in 2014 he completed a Master of Science degree in Western Medical Acupuncture with distinction.
He is a trained 'Mentor Supervisor in acupuncture' and he is also an 'Advanced teacher' of Classical five element acupuncture. He is a speciality guest lecturer at several universities and colleges. He has recently completed a Masters in Medical Education and he is now undertaking further specialist training in 'video enhanced reflective practice' (VERP) skills as an aid to help in the training of future acupuncturists.
He travelled around the country doing medical posts until he left the NHS in 1988, when he decided to return to his ancestral home of Malvern. Here he initially set up the Clinic of Classical Acupuncture and then in 2003 he and his wife became the founders and directors of the Beacon Clinic, a centre for integrated medicine.
He regularly practices Tai Chi Yang style he is a Tae Kwon Do 2nd degree black belt instructor.
Martin married Sue in 1987 and they have three daughters Katie, Bethaney and Sophie.
Dr Martin Allbright
MBBS, DA, DRCOG, MHMEd, MSc (West Med Acu), AcM
Clinic Director Acupuncture Master
Acupuncture Consultation (allow up to two hours) £105
(During the consultation period it may be possible to carry out an acupuncture treatment however it may also become apparent that an acupuncture treatment may not always be possible in that time frame.)
Acupuncture treatment £60
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