Hatfield Broad Oak physiotherapist and businesswoman has won an award
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An innovative physiotherapist in Hatfield Broad Oak has won a national award to recognise her business acumen.
Nikki Robinson won Best Business Woman in Health and Wellness for her Holisticare Physiotherapy and Myofascial Release treatment clinic near Stansted.
The treatment aims to target chronic pain, tightness, and inflammation through the mind and body.
She said: “I was delighted to be nominated as a finalist and am so thrilled to have won. I am passionate about my business and my speciality because it helps so many people that think they are beyond help.
“This award is a reflection of the passion, dedication and hard work of my team and I would also like to thank all of the patients who encouraged us to enter the awards.”
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As a qualified Physiotherapist, Nikki has worked in the UK, Austrailia, and America –visit www.holisticare.co.uk for more information.
The Best Business Women Awards are designed to recognise achievement across a range of businesses and is open to any woman nationwide.
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