According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, chiropractors earn a median annual salary of $66,720.
— Bureau of Labor Statistics

BUT NOT AT SIMPLY CHIROPRACTIC!

"Strong, Consistent Income Model"

The Simply Chiropractic model is designed to generate strong, consistent income.  The strong income is from a pricing model that avoids messy complications like insurance, billing, etc. Under the Simply model, your patients pay before they are adjusted, and the aggregate payments are equal to or greater than an insurance-based chiropractic practice. 

The consistent income comes from a steady flow of new patients, as well as a retention system for existing patients.  The new patients are generated using a customized (per location) marketing system,  designed to minimize your time commitment, and maximize new patients to your practice. The patient retention system is an automated system of emails and texts designed to keep patients engaged, even if they are not speaking directly with you. 

The result of the system is a strong, consistent income for you and your business. 


SIMPLY CHIROPRACTIC MODEL
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INCOME EXPENSES
New Patient Case Value $3500 Rent (850-1150 Sq ft) $2,500
Weekly Visits 186 - 291 Management Fee $2,500
Monthly Visits 800 - 1250 Software $936
Income from Chiropractic $35,000 Labor $3,500
Income from Massage Visits (Net) $4,500 Lease Equipment $750
Utilities/ DSL / Phone $471
Cleaning and Office Supplies $550
Branding $1,000
Advertising $3,500
Insurance Billing $1,470
    Insurance (Liability, Med Mal) $250
Total Income Per Month Projected $39,500 Total Monthly Overhead $17,427
MONTHLY PROFIT PROJECTION $22,073
YEARLY PROFIT PROJECTION $264,876

*Simply Chiropractic projections are not a guarantee of income, results will vary based on many factors.  However this is neither the highest income potential or the lowest.  

** The average yearly gross income from the locations using this model is $418,086.00 / excluding any additional massage income.

*** This model included health insurance billing.