The Norfolk Clinic


Temporary Clinic closure due to Covid 19 (coronavirus)

It is with a very heavy heart that The Norfolk Clinic will be closing its doors until further notice for the first time in 37 years from 8pm Wednesday 25th March.

This decision has not been taken lightly. The decision has been made to help reduce the risk of spread of the Covid 19 or coronavirus per the governments advice on social distancing. We are doing our bit to try and help flatten the curve and reduce infection rates. This is to help protect the vulnerable, older generations and the NHS.

We are unsure when we will be reopening but we will do our best to contact you when we are. Please check back here for update or follow our social media pages.

We are here for you in this time of difficulty and uncertainty. Please feel free to reach out to me (Verity) via email or social media messenger. This is open to anyone not just our patients.

Thank you all for the support and care you have given the clinic over the years.

A big thank you to all key workers and frontline staff out there helping to keep us safe. We really do appreciate what you are doing to help protect us.

With thanks and love from Verity, Nikki (manager), the reception team, Ross, Maria, Sam, Hannah, Jonathan, Lisa, Gaynor, Simon, Angie, Jamie, Denise, Tim, Gillian, Edwina and the studio team.

The clinic offers a wide range of well established complementary therapies which, if necessary, can be combined to give an integrated and personal approach to patient care.

The Norfolk Clinic is conveniently situated on the main bus route into the city of Norwich at 38-40 Magdalen Road, just five minutes from the A1402 city ring road.  There are parking bays to the side of the clinic and permits are available from reception.

Being founded at its present address in 1982 by Martin Booth, now retired, the clinic is run by daughter Verity Booth Osteopath.

The clinic prides itself on the fact that all the practitioners are registered to their associated governing body for their particular discipline and consequently patients can feel completely confident and safe in whichever therapy they choose.

The clinic is able to offer a wide range of well established therapies, which can be combined to offer an integrated and personal approach to patient healthcare.

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Next Steps...

To book an appointment, find out more information, or ask any questions you might have, you can always give us a call on 01603 660792 and speak to one of our friendly reception team.  Otherwise, you can click to book online.