Welcome to The Acupuncture Clinic

Acupuncture and Holistic Chinese Medicine in Inverness

Traditional Chinese medicine including Acupuncture offers reductions in pain and stress levels leading to improved health in a holistic, safe and natural way with no artificial drugs or chemicals.

Chang Chun (Jenny) Ren is a highly qualified and experienced Practitioner with over 36 years of clinical experience in both hospitals and private practice.

The Acupuncture Clinic welcomes you to a safe, friendly and professional environment, where you can discuss your concerns at a free, no obligation initial consultation and assessment.

Changchun (Jenny) Ren

Changchun (Jenny) RenChangchun (Jenny) Ren, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) trained for 5 years at the University of Traditional Medicine at Beijing, studying both orthodox (western) medicine and traditional Chinese medicine and then worked for 17 years at Chong Wen TCM hospital in the city.

During this time she treated many sports injuries as the hospital is situated near the National Centre for Sports, where China's Olympic and international athletes are trained. Having been a member of a team researching the use of acupuncture for pain relief and arthritis for 8 years, this is another area in which she has particular expertise.

Jenny is also the author of a book about Women's Health which was in the top ten of China's bestseller list for many months, and for two years was the editor of a website answering queries about traditional Chinese medicine. She brought her skills to Scotland in 2002. Following 29 years extensive experience in both hospitals and private practice, Jenny opened The Acupuncture Clinic in Inverness in 2011. The practice is fully insured and licenced.

News - Kyleakin Clinic

The Clinic previously held at Kyle of Lochalsh has moved to:
Bee Bonnie, 22 Old Kyle Farm Road, Kyleakin, Isle of Skye, IV41 8PR
Please book via our Inverness number - 01463 223122, and say that you would like an appointment at Kyleakin.

New book and international conference

In early 2015 after several years of extensive research, Jenny published another book in Chinese as a textbook aimed at medical professionals, and in June 2015 she was invited to speak at an International Conference on Acupuncture held at Irkutsk in Russia in conjunction with the World Health Organisation.


Treatment at Inverness £50.00 per session
Treatment at Kyleakin £50.00 per session
Payment is by cash or cheque. (Sorry we are unable to process card payments)

Special offer - pay for 5 sessions in advance and receive a 6th session free!*

*Not available in conjunction with any other discount