David Weiss LicAc MBAcC RSHom LCH
Welcome to my Liphook Acupuncture website. I practice acupuncture from the Liphook Village GP Surgery in the centre of the village. You need not be a registered patient at the Liphook Village Surgery in order to receive acupuncture treatment from me there.
My name is David Weiss and I am both a registered Acupuncturist and Homeopath.
I have undertaken a total of eight years training in acupuncture and homeopathy at The College of Homeopathy in Regents Park, London, and The College of Integrated Chinese Medicine in Reading. I am also undertaking a part-time degree in psychology which I hope will bring further benefits to various areas of my practice.
I am a registered and insured member of The British Acupuncture Council and The Society of Homeopaths. These are the main regulatory associations that represent professional practitioners of these disciplines in the U.K.
I have been in practice for fourteen years, and have treated a wide range of conditions for people of all ages.
I also practice from other clinics too, if Liphook is not convenient for you, and the details of these can be found on the clinic locations page. The clinics range from GP surgeries, as well as my own home clinic. I am available for appointments on Saturday (in Godalming) as well as during the week on Wednesday in Liphook.
I live in Godalming with my wife and 16-year-old daughter. I hope you find these pages helpful and informative, but do please contact me to discuss any conditions you feel may be suitable for treatment, or should you wish to discuss any other matter concerning treatment.
Please contact me for more information on acupuncture and to book appointments in Liphook at:
You are advised to seek medical diagnosis and advice from your GP or hospital consultant before coming for treatment and to maintain conventional treatment in conjunction with your GP alongside the therapies that I offer.
In common with all healthcare treatments, there is no guarantee of success and outcomes vary between individuals.