Chiropractors in the UK aspire to owning their own chiropractic business and it is the reason the majority go into the profession.
Associate chiropractors can earn a good living in the right practice but having to pay out, typically, 50% of income to the practice owner gets tiresome after a while for those who know they could manage their own practice, subsequently keeping all their income and perhaps even reaping income from their own associate!
Is this a familiar feeling to you?
Chiropractors typically require commercial finance for:
Start up business loans for chiropractors are available from banks and other specialist lenders. The application process is fairly standard but there are some significant variations between transactions depending on your experience as a chiropractor, the lender and the value of loan required.
That’s why it pays to have the help of specialist finance broker, Kevin, who used to work on the other side of the fence as a finance lender. He knows the application process and how to get the results you need.
The 11 simple step process:
An alternative to buying a chiropractic clinic is to set one up from scratch.
The process of how to start a chiropractic practice varies for every chiropractor. Consider the following:
When obtaining commercial finance for setting up a chiropractic clinic it helps to have someone on your side that knows the process of applying for specialist finance.
Both new and established practices need to update their chiropractic equipment from time to time.
When you do, specialist lenders on the market will give better rates than others.