Author Archives: Nichola Webster

Team News

This Summer we have much to celebrate at Creative Chiropractic. It is time to say au revoir (but not goodbye) to Nichola as she begins her maternity leave later this month. Chris will be celebrating his 1 year anniversary at the … Continue reading

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Click, Crack, Pop….

Chiropractors use a technique called Spinal Manipulative Therapy which is where a quick and short thrust is applied to a joint. What is that sound? The technical term for the sound heard during a Chiropractic adjustment is a ‘cavitation’. This … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Massage

Expecting a baby is one of the most exciting times of your life but it can take its toll on your body! Ease away the stress of life with a massage in our stunning Practice at Pensthorpe Natural Park. About Pregnancy Massage Pregnancy … Continue reading

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Chiropractic Awareness Week 2019

People in the East of England encouraged to stay active this Chiropractic Awareness Week British Chiropractic Association (BCA) discovers half of people in the East of England fail to prevent or manage back pain This Chiropractic Awareness Week (8th – … Continue reading

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Digging Your Heels In…

Did you know that there are over 75000 nerve endings in your foot that connect to other parts of the body? No wonder so many people suffer a variety of issues with their feet! As a Reflexologist I treat patients … Continue reading

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Blog by Julia Rafferty (Michael’s Photographic Tutor)  

We are proud to announce, that Michael I’Anson’s panel: ‘Ready, Prep, Grow!’ – shown here, was awarded 2nd place in the Portfolio section of Competition 12 of the ‘International Garden Photographer of the Year’. He was also presented with the Royal Photographic … Continue reading

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We are looking for a Practice Co-ordinator and Social Media Assistant to join our team

Situated at the stunning Pensthorpe Natural Park (www.pensthorpe.com), Creative Chiropractic has grown to become a renowned patient centred Practice in Norfolk and has been Awarded the coveted Patient Partnership Quality Mark at ‘outstanding’ level.  We are now looking for a … Continue reading

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Warming Up Those Winter Days

To quote the title of the famous Beach Boys album, an “Endless Summer” is something most of us can only dream of – in the meantime, there’s the enviable challenge of getting back into some kind of routine after the … Continue reading

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Doing Good Does You Good

“Depression stops you doing the things you love.” While many of us feel too stressed and our lives full to bursting already, the idea of being able to help others can seem just a little too much.  We would really … Continue reading

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The Power of Essential Oils

It is widely recognised that massage can be great for you!  However, did you know that its benefits can actually be heightened just by using essential oils? At Creative Chiropractic we use products by Neal’s Yard Remedies, a British company … Continue reading

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