We are the nation's largest network of non-insurance, private pay chiropractic health care clinics in the U.S. Our network consists of modern, consumer friendly chiropractic clinics and individually selected Doctors of Chiropractic that deliver quality pain relief and preventative care to the highest standards.
Additionals Proven business model makes The Joint Chiropractic franchise a smart investment
With a small footprint, limited overhead and a staff consisting of three to four employees, The Joint is easy to operate and boasts a proven business model that is unique in the $3 trillion healthcare industry*. Our membership model eliminates the need for insurance, while providing our franchise owners with a recurring revenue stream that helps to maximize profitability and potentially hasten the return on investment. Our model works for chiropractors seeking to own a simpler business that avoids the nightmare of insurance billing, and it works incredibly well for business investors who see the need for more accessible chiropractic care.
The Joint has been so successful as a franchise system that Entrepreneur named us the "Best of the Best" franchise in the healthcare services segment for 2016. We're not new to praise: the same publication has included us in their prestigious "Franchise 500" list each year since 2012. Inc. names us to their annual list of fastest-growing franchise systems and Franchise Times recently recognized our franchise in the top 10 of their Fast and Serious list.
Why Our Franchise?
Here are the top reasons The Joint Chiropractic franchise is an attractive business model for investors and chiropractors alike:
Easy to build /Quick to open
Simple construction and build-outs with a small footprint
Easy approvals for real estate
Approachable build-out that is consumer-friendly
A simple operating model
Minimal employees (3-4) at initial opening/launch
Primary employee responsible for the execution of the business model is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic — a highly educated professional who has invested upwards of $200,000 in eight years of post-secondary education
A stable workforce. No need for large numbers of specialized employees outside of the primary chiropractor
No inventory required for the execution of ongoing operations
Patient files and paperwork are electronic, streamlining operations and facilitating patients' ability to visit clinics across the U.S.
The Joint's ratio of average or expected sales vs. capital invested is outstanding and compares favorably to many other franchises you may be considering.
Easy to scale up to multiple units.
Most expenses required to sustain ongoing operations of the business model are fixed. The model is service-based, with little to no cost of goods sold. The lack of insurance administration means the chiropractor has the capacity to treat more patients. This allows economies of scale to prevail once gross revenues exceed expenses, yielding significant incremental profitability.
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