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Life Medicine Clinic location

Call the clinic on 01780 480889 to make an appointment for acupuncture and Chinese medicine. The reception is staffed from 8.30am (9am on Wednesdays & Saturdays)

If the phone line is engaged or we are otherwise temporarily unable to take your call, please leave a message on call minder and we will respond at the first opportunity. Out of hours there is a telephone answering machine and an emergency contact number. Our reception team are trained to check email regularly throughout the day and will respond promptly.

If you have received a text message reminder about a forthcoming appointment, you can text back!


01780 480889


The Broad Street Practice
20-21 Broad Street

How to find us

The practice is located in the heart of Stamford at the corner of Broad Street and Star Lane.

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Parking in Stamford is often a challenge. Free on-street parking is available on Broad Street and Star Lane (limited to 1 hr) and on many other town centre streets (limited to 2 hours). There are pay and display car parks off North Street, St Leonards Street, Wharf Road and adjacent to the town meadows at Bath Row and the Cattle Market. Please allow time for finding a parking space.

PLEASE NOTE: Friday is Market Day in Stamford – Broad Street is closed to traffic all day.

On Fridays, the parking spaces in Star Lane are restricted to cars displaying either a market traders license or a blue disabled badge. Please be warned, the Parking Wardens issue lots of tickets to unsuspecting drivers of ‘normal cars’ on Fridays. Don’t be one of them!

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