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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 …

3 Questions to Help You Avoid the Emotional Chiropractic Practice Sale Disaster In Your Business!

The “emotional” chiropractic practice sale is not an uncommon one. Chiropractors who have been in practice for decades get progressively tired of managing their business, hiring new employees, keeping up with insurance changes and sometimes even, taking care of patients.  Some of these DC’s eventually get to a breaking point where they just want to throw in the towel and …

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Selling a Chiropractic Practice in 2020? Why This Year is Shaping Up to Be an Excellent Time For Your Chiropractic Business Sale

If you are a chiropractor who is thinking of selling a chiropractic practice in 2020, we’ve got good news!  There are quite a few factors that contribute to the fact that this year is shaping up to be an excellent time for your chiropractic business sale.  Here’s why Bank Lending Boom Continues The Small Business Administration (SBA) changes made back …

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Chiropractic Practice Trends Chiropractors Will See And Experience in 2020 and Beyond

At the start or end of a year, we often hear about lists of the latest ideas shaping our profession and so, here are chiropractic practice trends that chiropractors will see and experience in 2020 and beyond. Rather than pull random predictions, I’ve also included references to why you will be seeing and experiencing these chiropractic practice trends (if you …

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Year-End Moves to Help Your Future Chiropractic Practice Sale or Transition

If you are planning a future chiropractic practice sale or transition next year (or within the next three years), there are some strategies that you can employ at the end of the year to better position your business for the eventual sale or transition. The good news is that they are relatively simple moves that can be done quickly.  The …

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Space for Rent – A Big Chiropractic Practice Sale Mistake That Can Unintentionally Sabotage Your Chiropractic Office Sale

Renting Space can be a chiropractic practice sale mistake that some chiropractors will make during the course of their transition, but the Space for Rent scenario is a particularly deadly error you want to avoid — unless you want to permanently ruin your chances for an eventual office sale. Since chiropractors who are looking to sell or transition their chiropractic office …

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 …

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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 …