The Joint Chiropractic Franchise Continues to Meet Growing Demand for Care

The fastest growing chiropractic franchise is at the forefront of helping Americans find relief from pain through chiropractic treatment

The Joint Chiropractic, the nation’s fastest-growing chiropractic franchise, occupies a uniquely noble space in the franchise industry. Our franchise owners help real people in communities across the nation find relief from chronic pain and offer preventive treatment to keep the pain from returning.

The Joint chiropractic franchise employees

Founded in 1999, The Joint revolutionized access to chiropractic care by placing our clinics in bustling shopping centers, next to supermarkets, restaurants and coffee shops. By only accepting walk-in appointments and setting hours that are convenient to working people and weekend shoppers, The Joint allows patients to get treatment when it’s convenient for them — and most importantly — in a matter of minutes. Best of all, The Joint is affordable to patients, and is made even more affordable through membership offerings and package deals on multiple visits.

This focus on affordability, convenience and accessibility has helped introduce millions to chiropractic care, and is one of the main reasons why The Joint continues to grow rapidly across the country.

“The growing demand for this concept is significant, as more consumers are empowered to drive their own healthcare outcomes,” says Peter Holt, president & CEO of The Joint Corp / Chiropractic. “We’re a nation that is facing some very serious issues. We have an obesity epidemic, with 75% of Americans overweight and 34% of them obese, which creates huge issues of pain. Then we have the opioid epidemic, and 75,000 people died of an overdose last year from opioids. With The Joint, we have a natural, holistic way for people to deal with their pain.  As the largest chiropractic franchise in the world, we have an opportunity to change the lives of millions of people who are seeking pain relief and preventative care.

Chiropractic care continues to become more and more popular with consumers

Psychology Today recently published an article titled, “Everything You Need to Know Before Visiting a Chiropractor,” which details the rise of chiropractic care and offers readers tips on visiting a doctor for the first time.

“Chiropractic treatment is one of the most popular forms of integrative health care in the United States,” the publication states. Half of the adults in the U.S. have had some experience as a patient of a chiropractor, and 33.5 million U.S. adults reported visiting a chiropractor within the past 12 months. Chiropractic treatment focuses on the relationship between the structure of the body (mainly the spine) and how it functions. Chiropractic care is located on the conservative end of the health care spectrum, focusing on manual treatments for conditions affecting muscles, joints, and nerves.”

This is exactly right, and in the age of the opioid epidemic, unnecessary surgeries, and millions of Americans saddled with chronic back and neck pain, it’s no wonder why consumers are seeking a non-invasive, holistic approach to care.

The Joint’s commitment to being consumer-friendly, while providing exceptional care, is the reason why our franchise owners love the fact that their businesses becomes a vital part of people’s regular lives.

“Every month in business is better than the month before,” says Chad Eades, owner of multiple clinics with The Joint in Asheville, North Carolina. “If there is a ceiling, we have not hit it yet. The Joint is really making access to chiropractic care more affordable and more accessible than ever before, and we’ve experienced this at our clinics in Asheville.”

Click here to read the entire article published by Psychology Today.

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