buy a chiropractic practice options

Buy a Chiropractic Practice or Start From Scratch? Options to Consider & Mistakes to Avoid

For most chiropractors, there comes a point in their chiropractic career that they ask the question: should I buy a chiropractic practice or should I build one from the ground up? Bad Ways to Buy OR Build While there is no “right” answer to the above question, there are some universally bad factors that can influence your decision, so let’s get …

Is Your Chiropractic Non-compete Agreement Enforceable? Current Issues For Chiropractors To Consider

To chiropractors on both sides of the fence, a chiropractic non-compete agreement is often a hotly contested issue. For a business owner that is seeking to employ an associate chiropractor, there are obvious practical advantages of having a non-compete agreement, plus the experience learned in the school of hard knocks that basically teaches that non-competes are pretty much indispensable. After …

chiropractic fees

The Science of Setting Your Chiropractic Fees – Answering the Questions of Why, How, How Much & When

Despite what happens in the offices of many or most chiropractors, there IS a science to setting your chiropractic fees. Sadly, many chiropractors create their fee schedule based on fear, haggling or a random throw of the dice. In today’s post, we will discuss the strategic science of setting your chiropractic fees for profit and positioning. Here’s why and how: …

How to sell a chiropractic practice building

How to sell a chiropractic practice in 7 Steps (& How to Save Time, Stress & Money in the Process!)

Chiropractors looking to exit the profession or transition into a different situation frequently contact us or attend one of our webinars to discover how to sell a chiropractic practice. It is certainly tempting to try to sell your practice yourself, especially if you look at a chiropractic practice broker’s commission or transition consultant’s fee as an expense that will decrease …

non-chiropractor-own-a-chiropractic-practice

Can a Non-Chiropractor Own a Chiropractic Practice in the State of…?

Investors and other buyers looking to purchase a chiropractic business often email us to ask “Can a non-chiropractor own a chiropractic practice?” The quick answer is that in approximately half of the states,  it is legal for a non-chiropractor to own a chiropractic practice.  And of course, that means that the other half of the states do not permit non-DC …

Chiropractic Practice for Sale with Owner Financing

Chiropractic Practice for Sale With Owner Financing – What Buyers & Sellers Need to Know

If you are looking to purchase a chiropractic practice, undoubtedly you have seen classifieds advertising Chiropractic Practice For Sale with Owner Financing.  Like many prospective buyers of a chiropractic office, this naturally catches your attention. From a marketing or seller’s perspective, a “chiropractic practice for sale with owner financing” ad is designed to pique your interest in the business for …

buying a chiropractic practice

Buy, Build or Break Up WEBINAR: Your Best Moves For Buying a Chiropractic Practice or Getting a New Associate Job

Many chiropractors are uncomfortable or inexperienced with the logistics of buying a chiropractic practice or starting one from scratch.  As a result, some docs stay in lousy associate positions for longer than they need to. Fortunately, buying a chiropractic practice or making the decision to move in another direction doesn’t have to be a mystery! In this webinar, Dr. Tom Necela …

chiropractic practice financing interest rate

How the Federal Reserve Rate Cut Can Help You Buy, Grow or Sell Your Business Smarter (& Its Impact on Chiropractic Practice Financing Interest Rates)

If you are looking to buy or sell a chiropractic practice in the near future — or if you are looking to grow your practice now —  the recent Federal Reserve rate cut should definitely interest you because it likely will impact the chiropractic practice financing interest rates for the business you are interested in buying or selling. Grammatically, I …