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Treat's Jane Sheehan wins "Holistic Therapist of the Year" Award09/12/2018
Treat's Jane Sheehan has won the prestigious "Holistic Therapist of the Year". Jane’s nomination was supported by 24 testimonials and letters of support from clients, colleagues, training providers and industry experts, and recognised over 20 years of outstanding achievement in her field.
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Rebecca's plans to build links with Norfolk GP's29/11/2018
Treat Director Rebecca Geanty talks to Norfolk TV about her to develop relationships with Norfolk GP's raising awareness of Treat's capacity to offer treatments for issues ranging from pain from chronic illness to support through conception and pregnancy.
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Rebecca's world acupuncture day talk15/11/2018
Video of Treat owner Rebecca Geanty's presentation to an audience of British Acupuncture Council members and journalists at the Shard. Rebecca took to of her patients with her and they tell their stories too
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Kinesiology and childhood problems04/11/2018
Monique Tharper, Health Kinesiologist writes about treating her own lifelong problems with pronation using Kinesiology
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My journey in to special yoga18/09/2018
Gemma Carey tells the story of how she became motivated to train in and introduce yoga into her career as a special needs teacher."Special yoga", is a form of yoga for children and especially children with developmental issues that can transform lives, bringing calmness and control to kids who otherwise struggle.
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Treat meets Clive Lewis MP30/08/2018
Recently Norfolk MP Clive Lewis visited Treat in a meeting organised by the Norfolk Federation of Small Businesses. It gave Rebecca, patients and practitioners to raise a number of issues with Clive including the vexed question of state regulation of acupuncture - Rebecca and Alan Longcroft report on the story
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Active Labour06/08/2018
A midwife's eye view of Labour, how to recognise it's onset, what is happening to the body as baby makes its way out of the womb and how to best keep birth normal.
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Rights and Risks in Pregnancy and Childbirth19/07/2018
Intervention rates are rising dramatically - and some are made with scant evidence. Challenging medical advice - especially in hospital can be very difficult - Molly O'Brien offers a few tips on how to make sure the advice you are being offered really is in your best interest.
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What are the natural ways of supporting egg quality?11/07/2018
Good Egg quality can be affected by a range of factors - Jane Sheehan, one of Treats specialist in fertility support, writes about the do's and do nots of creating optimal conditions for reproductive health.
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New Baby - New Business - a well fit mumma's tale!24/06/2018
Treat's Rosie Taylor writes about the challenges and the delights combining a new baby and starting a business, "well fit momma", her partner's brilliant name - for the business not the baby and the inspiration working with new mums gave her.
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What's new at Treat?09/06/2018
Treat's Claire Gurney brings a range of specialist massage therapies to Treat including treatment of Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJD) - a common cause of a range of symptoms including facial pain, headache, dizzyness and difficulty in chewing, and oncology, light touch and swedish massage
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The Latent Phase of Labour05/05/2018
This is the first of a short series of blogs from Treat’s Midwife in Residence, Molly O’Brien, with advice, useful tips and a handy guide of what first time mums in particular will experience and how they can best help themselves remain calm, comfortable and in control through their labour.
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Massage - Fun Healthy and Legal17/03/2018
Treat's George Bavin writes about massage, it's physical, physiological and psychological benefits. why sports massage isn't just for athletes and how massage disproves the old adage "the old saying "everything that's fun is either illegal, immoral or fattening".
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Acupuncture? Needlephobics have nothing to fear01/03/2018
Treat's scribe and webmaster, Tim Bastable, blogs about needles, how much he really, really doesn't like them and how his dislike of needles finally persuaded him to try acupuncture
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A tale with a happy ending22/02/2018
A tail with a happy end? Treat's newest practitioner, Monique Thapar, describes the results of using kinesiology on her dog, Lola, who was suffering terrible separation anxiety.
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Valentine's Special18/01/2018
Want a Valentine with a difference? Whatever the plans for the day or night ahead, relaxing together with a couples massage will boost mood, chase away any aches, pains or tension and set the tone for a romantic loving day and night
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Do you use Vegan friendly products and cosmetics18/01/2018
Treat's Vicki Taylor writes about vegan friendly cosmetics and make-up, the difficulties of finding a comprehensive range of vegan friendly products and her efforts to ensure as much of her range as possible is vegan friendly and anything that isn't is at the very least animal friendly
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Stretch If you are sitting15/11/2017
Sitting for long periods is a "modern disease", and one that can be surprisingly bad for your health. Treat Osteopath Dale Gallant says "ideally we should move every 10 minutes" and offers three very simple mobility exercises for the upper body that can be performed at your desk.
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Treat - the perfect place for pregnancy mother and baby02/11/2017
Treat has a team of practitioners with specialist skills for mum's to be, new mums and babies. Services range from Hypnobirthing, Yoga and Pilates, Antenatal birth preparation and postnatal courses to acupuncture and reflexology for pregnancy. You can meet the team at the Parent and Baby Show at Carrow Road on Sunday 5th November 10-30 till 4-30
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Moving for an Easier Birth13/10/2017
Midwife Molly O'Brien writes about the reasons for long, difficult labour and the rise in interventions in childbirth. Malposition is one of the commonest causes of long, slow and difficult labour - use of biomechanics and simple exercises can help address malposition and avoid complications in labour.
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Are you a Classic Car or an Old Banger?13/09/2017
Cuba is famous for its beautiful classic American cars - but their great lines and beautiful paint jobs are the result of loving care from dedicated mechanics. They need time out and nurture to keep their lines and looks - Kerry Dolan's latest blog makes a light hearted link between keeping a classic car on the road and keeping our own bodies in good shape as we reach "vintage" status
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Helping yourself to a more fertile body08/08/2017
Treat Reflexologist Jane Sheehan writes about the ways in which changing simple every day patterns and behaviors can help improve chances of conception with no other interventions.
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Relieving Back Pain in Pregnancy17/04/2017
Back pain is a common complaint in pregnancy. In her latest blog, Treat Physiotherapist, Yoga teacher and new Mum, Rosie Taylor, explains why, and offers great tips to help mums to be keep pain and discomfort under control.
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BMI, Fertility and Pregnancy10/04/2017
BMI can be an important factor in fertility. Being over or underweight can affect the hormones controlling women's menstrual cycles and men's sperm health and production. Research from the Netherlands showed that for every BMI unit above 29, the chances of conception fell by 4%.
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Could stress be making you fat11/03/2017
Could stress be making you fat? As thoughts turn to summer many of us will be aiming to lose a few pounds we've put on over the winter months. We often look at our diet and levels of exercise when aiming to lose weight but rarely look at other factors like stress or our work, rest and sleep patterns. In long term, when it comes to losing excess weight and body fat, these are areas just a...
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Prenatal and Postnatal Pilates14/09/2016
Pilates and Pregnancy Pregnancy is a time of significant change for the body and Pilates is the perfect form of exercise to help maintain your strength, fitness and energy levels as your body changes with each trimester. Why Pilates? Pilates is a low-impact form of exercise, it strengthens and stretches the body, improving posture and mobility without placing stress on the joints. Pil...
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