Sally Webb has worked hard with her team at Tablelands Sports and Spinal Physio to empower healthy, active and positive rural and regional communities.
The Lithgow-based physiotherapist was recently recognised for her dedication in the Allied Health Awards.
Ms Webb was named as a finalist for the 2020-21 Physiotherapist of the Year award and the Allied Health Rural and Remote Excellence award.
"It is a great honour to be recognised as a finalist in both these categories, for me and my team at Tablelands Physio," she said.
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"We believe that all people, wherever they live, should be able to access first class health care and this is the motivation for everything that we do in the business."
Ms Webb has three kids, is an active community member, a farmer and business owner and said she understood the needs of her community.
"There is an importance of building trusted relationships with clients. We focus on on helping manage and prevent musculoskeletal issues and supporting our clients to achieve their health goals," she said.
"This helps rural people to stay active and lead healthy and positive lives."
She said building a social and community connection as well as providing treatment was important.
Ms Webb advised it the community to get moving more often and not let pain and injury prevent you from enjoying life.
"Many people put up with a sore knee or headache and don't give physio or exercise a chance," she said.
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