Husband-and-Wife Franchisees Open 6 QC Kinetix Clinics in Twin Cities
Josh and Pam Means have been busy building a number of QC Kinetix clinics in the Minneapolis-St. Paul market. The couple built all of their clinics and opened their first two in November, opened a third in December, and have now opened three more clinics in the first weeks of this year. The two say they are passionate about the regenerative medicine franchise that offers a non-surgical alternative to joint and pain relief.
“There are a lot of people living in pain, and we’ve seen too many people become dependent on opioids and other pain medication or undergo unnecessary surgery to treat it,” says Josh. “In just the few months we’ve been open, I’ve heard patients who want to get back to hunting or other daily life tasks but can’t because their knees, hips, or shoulder joints cause them great pain. I truly enjoy being a part of the solution to restoring quality of life again through QC Kinetix’s regenerative medicine treatments.”
Pam, a registered nurse with extensive experience in both orthopedics and surgery, says she worked with many patients over the years who could have benefitted from QC Kinetix’s therapies and avoided surgery and use of long-term pain medication.
“So many Minnesota and Wisconsin residents will benefit from these treatments, from those who have retired to anyone enjoying an active lifestyle, as well as athletes and industry workers who can’t afford a long surgery recovery,” says Josh.
Their six clinics are in Burnsville, Chanhassen, St. Paul, Maplewood, Fridley, and Maple Grove.
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