Franchise Business Review Awards Praises The Joint Chiropractic Franchise’s Strong Culture

The fast-growing chiropractic franchise focuses on culture to help support franchise owners’ growth

A strong culture is a terrific sign that a chiropractic franchise brand has their priorities right – and that’s why it was an immense recognition that The Joint Chiropractic® was listed on Franchise Business Review’s awards for the top 100 companies with the best workplace culture.

“Creating a winning culture among its franchise owners is always going to be a key driver of success for any franchise brand,” Franchise Business Review reported. “And the verification for that commitment is being named one of the top companies named to Franchise Business Review’s Culture100™.”

Franchise Business Review asked more than 24,800 franchisees from more than 224 brands a series of 12 specific questions that focused on leadership, core values, honesty and integrity, as well as overall company support.

But questions were also geared toward lifestyle, such as: “Do you enjoy being part of the organization?”, “Do you feel valued?”, and “Would you recommend the company to someone considering buying a franchise?”

The Joint Chiropractic checked all the boxes, and stood out for the company’s core values, honesty, integrity and overall support for their franchisees.

“We’re proud to be recognized for our franchisee relations and engagement,”,” says Jorge Armenteros, Vice President of Operations with The Joint. “This award not only demonstrates the favorable feedback of our franchise system, but also validates the effective business model and package of support that we’ve put together for our franchise owners.”

Indeed, The Joint Chiropractic offers franchisees support every step of the way. Initial training includes a week of in-clinic training at a regional training clinic, followed by a week of corporate training and new clinic opening support. Ongoing training and ongoing support, as well as consulting, is offered through our local Regional Developers and Franchise Business Consultants through the learning center LMS platform.

The Joint Chiropractic Franchise receptionist hands paper to patient

Also, our Regional Developers and Franchise Business Consultants work with franchisees to identify opportunities to improve revenue and patient experience by analyzing all aspects of a clinic’s performance. Support tools include labor optimization models, one page business plans and tool kits covering every aspect of the business.

The Joint Chiropractic franchise offers a no insurance, no appointment cash-based membership where patients can come into a clinic on their own schedule and receive care in any one of the company’s 600-plus locations in the U.S. And what’s driven success is our brand’s strategy, which focuses on accessibility of care, credibility of our providers and empathy toward our patients who are experiencing physical pain.

“Our model not only offers the potential for strong unit economics, but it also provides the opportunity to own a business that has a noble purpose,” says Eric Simon, Vice President of Franchise Development with The Joint. “Our franchise owners are helping people in their communities manage their pain and improve their lives on a daily basis. The ease and simplicity of our model makes this a great business for people of all backgrounds, and our robust support infrastructure makes it easy for franchise owners to scale. This is a business that can make a tremendous impact, not only in the lives of our franchise owners, but also in the lives of their patients.”

Ready to bring the fastest-growing of the chiropractor franchises to your community?

This healthcare franchise’s business model is simple, straightforward, and quick-to-scale. This benefits both franchisees and their customers. For in-depth details about The Joint Chiropractic healthcare franchise opportunity, download the free franchise information report.

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