Dr. Poulos said, “The chiropractic industry is poised to gain strength and increased success due to changes in demographics, increased life spans, along with the reforms taking place in medical care. Many individuals and healthcare providers are seeking less expensive ways to provide medical services, and the chiropractic industry can fill that need. Medicare patients also need the services of this industry.”
“Our model provides ways for chiropractors to expand their revenue sources beyond basic care by providing personal services such as massage, and coaching services that include weight loss and pain management. Our franchise program will help chiropractors build their business by maximizing the income opportunities available, while providing a valuable service to patients,” he continued.
Dr. Poulos has teamed with Dr. Jay D. McFarlane, D.C., who owns and operates a leading pain relief/chiropractic clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, and whose practice is the model for the Primary Pain Relief franchise system. Dr. McFarlane has successfully built a practice that generates revenues several multiples higher than the average chiropractic clinic. His successes and techniques will be taught to and made available to Primary Pain Relief franchisees, helping them achieve a higher level of success than might otherwise be possible. “Chiropractors are looking for new revenue streams, and Primary Pain Relief has the systems and training to create new sources of income,” said Dr. Poulos.
The Primary Pain Relief franchise program is available to new chiropractic offices, and to existing chiropractors who wish to associate with a growing brand and receive assistance in reaching new levels of revenue and success. Area development franchise opportunities are also available in selected parts of the country, allowing Primary Pain Relief owners to own multiple locations in a metropolitan area.
This franchise program is unique because of its modest cost and flexibility. Existing chiropractors can convert to the Primary Pain Relief model without the need to invest in new equipment or remodel their office, further reducing costs, and making it very easy to become a Primary Pain Relief franchisee.