144 Magdalen Rd, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 4BA
Clinic Hours:

9:00am – 5:00pm (Mon-Fri) 

Clinic Number

01603 425482

About Us

A holistic approach to addressing problems associated with menopause and hormone imbalances is made available through the Stunt Bike Show.

Hormone treatment has favourable physical and psychological impacts for transgender people. It can help people who don’t want to transition or have surgery. SBS prescribes hormone treatment according on a patient’s objectives, the risk/benefit ratio of medicine, and other medical problems.

About Our Practice

When its founders first established it in 1921 as a multi-specialty group practise, Stunt Bike Show was already at the forefront of contemporary medical treatment. In the course of its first century of operation, Stunt Bike Show has established a number of medical firsts, opened facilities in a variety of locations across the world, and is pleased to be listed among the most prestigious hospitals in the United States. Now, one hundred years later, the objective of Stunt Bike Show is still the same as the vision of the organization’s founders: caring for life, studying for health, and teaching those who serve.

Why we are different


Simply put, we conduct more tests throughout each health check than anybody else. Stunt Bike Show utilises a whole-body approach as opposed to testing in isolation, which might provide an incomplete picture of one's health. With up to 350 findings, you will have the most thorough overview of your health, including your heart, thyroid, liver, and more.


As a culture, we are accustomed to visiting the doctor when we are already unwell, and as a result, traditional models of healthcare are centred on disease management. At Stunt Bike Show, we take a unique approach. Individuals are encouraged to determine their personal health profile while they are still in good health, to monitor any changes, and to take appropriate action as necessary.


Because we know that many significant health disorders may be avoided, our new diagnostic technologies employ testing procedures sensitive enough to detect the early indications of sickness. At least 80 percent of heart disease, stroke, and type 2 diabetes, and over 40 percent of cancer, might be averted if risk factors were eliminated.

Meet Your Dedicated Staff

Sarah King

Patient Coordinator

Nancy Coleman

Practice Manager

Patrick Price

Senior Medical Assistant

Shirley Williams

Nurse Practitioner