Local entrepreneur recognized by national magazine

Live Well Medical & Exercise Clinic's founder named 'rising star.'

Sara Hodson

A Peninsula entrepreneur has been lauded by a nation-wide business magazine for her specialized health and fitness program, launched in White Rock in 2011.

Sara Hodson, owner of Live Well Medical & Exercise Clinic, was named one of PROFIT magazine’s 2015 ‘Rising Stars’ in its annual Top Female Entrepreneur feature.

Hodson’s clinics – with locations in White Rock, South Surrey and Vancouver – offer exercise-based chronic disease management and prevention, and comprise a team of healthcare professionals providing nutrition counselling and health education.

Hodson is currently teaming up with John DeHart, co-founder of Nurse Next Door, in the hopes of launching franchise locations of her business elsewhere across Canada.

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