The Joint Chiropractic Franchise Continues Rapid Nationwide Expansion

The fastest-growing chiropractic franchise celebrates the opening of multiple locations throughout the country

The Joint, the fastest-growing chiropractic franchise in the nation, is living up to that title by announcing multiple new franchise clinics open throughout the country.

The new locations are strengthening the brand’s footprint in the following markets:

  •      Gainesville, Florida
  •      Atlanta, Georgia
  •      Chicago, Illinois

It speaks volumes about the strength of The Joint’s rapidly growing reputation — helping people find relief from daily and chronic back and neck pain by offering affordable and accessible chiropractic care — that all of the new clinic openings were celebrated in their local news outlets.

The Daily Herald, a newspaper serving Chicago, published a feature story on the benefits of visiting The Joint:

“The Joint is sure to ‘adjust’ the accessibility and ease of chiropractic care for Bloomingdale patients with its no-appointment, no-insurance and no-hassle business model and team of experienced local chiropractic care experts,” The Daily Herald reports. “The Joint’s unique membership model allows patients seeking pain relief and prevention in Bloomingdale to customize ongoing treatment plans or receive preventative chiropractic exams on a weekly basis. Plus, chiropractors across the company’s network have secure access to patient files, meaning members can use their membership at any The Joint chiropractic office nationwide.”

The Joint is bringing chiropractic care to the mainstream

The value that chiropractic care brings to those suffering from neck and back pain is well understood by the mainstream medical community. The American Chiropractic Association reports that 80% of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives, costing Americans more than $50 billion in health care expenses every year1.

Founded in 1999, The Joint is revolutionizing access to chiropractic care by catering to the needs of the 21st-century consumer. Gone are the days of patients taking days off work to see a chiropractor in a hard-to-find setting. The Joint allows patients to be treated in minutes — on lunch breaks, nights and weekends — and in the places they already frequent, such as shopping centers with restaurants, supermarkets and coffee shops.

“Chiropractic care should be treated as an essential aspect to any health and wellness routine. Everyday activities take a toll on our bodies more than most people assume,” says Dr. Steven Knauf, director of chiropractic and compliance for The Joint Chiropractic, in The Daily Herald article. “Keeping up to date with routine chiropractic appointments helps manage this pain. With The Joint’s no-appointment and no-insurance-necessary approach, chiropractic health has been made more easily accessible for all.”

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About The Joint Chiropractic

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, The Joint is an emerging growth company that is reinventing chiropractic care by making quality care convenient and affordable for patients seeking pain relief and ongoing wellness. The brand’s no-appointment policy and convenient hours and locations make care more accessible, and affordable membership plans and packages eliminate the need for insurance. With more than 400 clinics nationwide and nearly 5 million patient visits annually, The Joint is a leader in the chiropractic profession. For more information about The Joint’s franchise opportunities, visit

Business Structure

The Joint Corp. is a franchisor of clinics and an operator of clinics in certain states. In Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Washington, The Joint and its franchisees provide management services to affiliated professional chiropractic practices.

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