SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - January 28, 2014 - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Entrepreneur Magazine today ranked The Joint…the chiropractic place on its annual Fastest-Growing Franchise list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing franchise companies. The Joint received the ranking of No. 32.
"The Entrepreneur Fastest-Growing Franchise list represents the top franchise brands, and The Joint is honored to be recognized among the most rapidly growing," said John Leonesio, The Joint’s Chairman of the Board. Acknowledging the demand for quality healthcare, he went on to say, "In just three short years and with nearly 450 franchises awarded nationally, The Joint is well on its way to joining the ranks of some of this country’s most successful franchise companies. The demand for accessible healthcare today is clear, and routine chiropractic makes it possible for people to take control of their health decisions. The Joint business model delivers on its promise of affordability and convenience, ensuring its success wherever implemented. We firmly believe that The Joint and its family of exceptional doctors is the very future of healthcare in the U.S., offering the highest level of care not just conveniently, but affordably."
The Joint model is simple – monthly membership plans for as little as $49 per month, providing patients with up to four visits per month and additional visits for only $12 each. This unique concept allows people to take control of their own health and wellness at an affordable cost. The Joint also offers family membership plans, and appointments to see your doctor are never needed.
The Joint Corporation was founded in 1999 in Tucson, Arizona, with a vision to transform the traditional and confusing concept of chiropractic care into a simple and affordable reality. Now based in Scottsdale, Arizona, The Joint delivers a new philosophy of chiropractic care where clients can utilize chiropractic treatment as an integral part of their health and wellness program. The Joint offers convenient hours, and no appointments are necessary. For more information, visit thejoint.com.
The Joint has 442 clinics open or in development in 28 states.
Barbara Carrera Holland