The fastest growing chiropractic franchise is actively seeking savvy entrepreneurs and existing chiropractors to open new locations in the Bluegrass State
The Joint Chiropractic® is revolutionizing the chiropractic industry by ushering in a level of mainstream credibility for the $15 billion chiropractic market. With more than 530 locations open, and many more in development across the United States, The Joint is leading the way in making chiropractic care an essential and affordable part of health and wellness for the millions of people seeking relief from back, neck and joint pain without the use of prescription drugs. Now, The Joint is actively seeking savvy entrepreneurs and chiropractors in Kentucky to take advantage of immediate opportunities.
Franchising with The Joint comes with a proven business model, an exceptional executive team that supports you in all aspects of the business and a service that will help many Kentucky residents who are suffering from back and neck pain.
“We haven’t revolutionized chiropractic care; the reason why we’re so influential is that we have transformed access to chiropractic care,” says Peter Holt, President and CEO of The Joint. “Our delivery model is focused on small box retail locations, next to where we get our coffee, our groceries or cut our hair, making access to pain management easier for people. I’ve been building and managing franchise systems for over 30 years, and in predominantly small-box retail space, and I have never seen such strong unit economics, which is the reason that so many entrepreneurs and chiropractors are investing in The Joint. On top of that, pain isn’t going away. We’re looking for ways to manage our pain in a holistic way, and that is what The Joint provides.”
Why Kentucky? Why Now?
With nearly 5 million people in Kentucky, it is safe to say that the Bluegrass State has many people who are in dire need of treatment for their back and neck pain. According to The Good Body, the rising levels of obesity, sedentary work and home lifestyles, stress and poor diet all contribute to the astonishing fact that 80% of Americans will experience back pain in their lifetimes.
“The demand for this concept is only getting more and more relevant,” Holt says. “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 — people don’t want to go under the knife, they don’t want to take opioids. We’re currently the largest chiropractic franchise in the world, and we’re only getting started because holistic and natural ways to treat pain are only going to become more sought after going forward.”
Why you should franchise with The Joint in Kentucky
The Joint was founded in 1999 by a doctor of chiropractic with a mission to improve the quality of life through routine and affordable chiropractic care. By making routine chiropractic care more accessible, affordable and customer-friendly, The Joint has transformed the way chiropractic care is delivered in the United States.
With a small footprint, limited overhead and staff consisting of three to four employees, The Joint is easy to operate and boasts a proven business model that is unique in the booming health care 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 quicken the return on investment. Our model works for chiropractors seeking to own a business that avoids the nightmare of insurance billing, and it works equally well for business investors who see the need for more accessible chiropractic care.
“There is no doubt that The Joint is really connecting with entrepreneurs and chiropractors who are seeking a proven business model that can dramatically improve lives,” says Eric Simon, Vice President of Franchise Sales & Development with The Joint. “We’re incredibly proud that our franchise owners continue to be more profitable and treat more people than traditional chiropractic clinics by a large margin, and our continued nationwide growth is a reflection of both the profit potential of this business and our ability to connect with consumers in growing numbers. For entrepreneurs, The Joint is a brand that you invest in if you want to make an impact and earn a great living at the same time.”
Ready to franchise with The Joint in Kentucky?
The total investment estimate to begin operations on a new chiropractic franchise ranges from $215,297 to $476,997, and The Joint offers the potential for strong returns. Our build-out costs are substantially lower than other small-box retail brands.
The Joint Chiropractic (NASDAQ: JYNT) revolutionized access to chiropractic care when it introduced its retail healthcare business model in 2010. Today, the company is making quality care convenient and affordable, while eliminating the need for insurance, for millions of patients seeking pain relief and ongoing wellness. With more than 530 locations nationwide and over 7.7 million patient visits annually, The Joint is a key leader in the chiropractic industry. Named one of the Top 200+ Franchises by Franchise Times and ranked number 78 overall on Entrepreneur magazine’s Franchise 500® list, The Joint Chiropractic is an innovative force, where healthcare meets retail. For more information, visit www.thejoint.com. To learn about franchise opportunities, visit www.thejointfranchise.com.
The Joint Corp. is a franchisor of clinics and an operator of clinics in certain states. In Arkansas, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming, The Joint Corp. and its franchisees provide management services to professional chiropractic practices.