Long Established Chiropractic Practice for Sale in Canberra
Bs141660, Canberra ACT 2601
Business ID: BS141660
Profitable Practice 3 yrs average $160K+ pa to Owner working just 25hours per week - Offers considered over $216K+
This Chiropractic was founded by its current owner in September 2000 as a single owner-operated chiropractic clinic until mid-2006.
Renovations of the premises then allowed for expansion and the practice has grown to include 3 chiropractors, 2 massage therapists (one of whom is also registered for acupuncture and Chinese medicine), a practice manager and 2 casual receptionists.
The Practice has an amazing referral system via the medical centre within the same building and also through sporting connections and alternative health and mainstream medical fields in Canberra.
Many patients have been coming to the clinic for several years and they also see quite a few families spanning up to 4 generations.
-Well appointed facilities with free onsite parking -Longterm practice with repeat clients -Great referral system in place -Does not rely on one person to generate income -Excellent reputation in prime location -Easy transition to new owner by existing owner
Owner prepared to stay on for 6 to 12 months for an easy transition to new owner.
This business is a great opportunity for a Chiropractor wanting to own their own practice with ongoing support from other in-house providers or for an investor wishing to take no daily involvement.
Offers considered above $216K plus minimal stock at valuation.
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