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Health Clinic Celebrates 50% Increase on First Anniversary

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October 15, 2013

Health Clinic Celebrates Fifty Percent Increase on First Anniversary

Nelson Neurolink business, Optimal Neuro Health, is celebrating a fifty percent increase in turnover on the first anniversary since opening its Waimea Road premises.

Specialising in Neurological Integration Systems (NIS), a complementary healthcare technique based on the principles of neuroscience, Optimal Neuro Health has experienced a significant increase in demand from local clients over the last year.

Business Director and NIS Masters Practitioner, Robyn Rusholme, says the rapid growth has been due to a number of factors, including a more accessible location and increased awareness of the specialised services she provides.

“Opening the premises on Waimea Road has proven to be a beneficial business move and this week we are delighted to celebrate the success of our first year with a fifty percent increase in turnover,” says Rusholme.

“Neurolink is a non-invasive complimentary healthcare technique which uses the intelligence of the brain to heal the body. I am the only (NIS) practitioner in Nelson city and referrals from my existing clients has been the main derivative of new business.

People are also increasingly looking beyond conventional medicine and I have been able to cater to this demand.  It has been a humbling experience to have received so much positive feedback from my clients, and it is a privilege to be able to help people with their health.

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