Business Overview

Our Regenerative Medicine Franchise is a concierge medicine that offers tailored treatment plans for things like arthritis or injury. We treat damaged joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and tissue, due to arthritis or injury. We use non-surgical injections to restore damaged tissue, decrease pain, and increase the quality of life. This is designed to be a long-term fix and keep patients out of surgery, away from toxic steroid injections, and off addictive pain medications. Class IV deep tissue laser, Plasma, Platelet- rich plasma, A2M (naturally occurring protein) and Bone Marrow stem cells are used in these treatment plans. The plans are tailored to the patient’s specific needs. CASH ONLY BUSINESS! We do not bill any insurance as this is not covered by Medicare or any private payor. This is a concierge model that allows the patients to be involved in the latest and greatest treatment methods that only elite athletes once had access to. We now have access and have helped many patients regain their quality of life.

The medical field during a recession is a good place to be People with pain will always need help! COVID-19 resistant- essential business!!

These clinics are open only 1 day a week for treatments and have proven to be massive income providers.

The first of 4 units has lease in place and all construction and renderings completed. You can be up and running in less than 90 days!

*Price includes Franchise Fee for all 4 units and all work to date on construction of first of four units to be open.

*Printed Item 19 in FDD shows a Net Income of $150,000 to $800,000 for a single location open 1 day per week!

* 2,000 square foot Medical office space

* Yes, Absentee Ownership – Franchisee acts as “Investor” – Corporate Management company manages the business – minimum of a 3 clinic market to qualify or Yes, Semi-Absentee Ownership – Franchisees can keep their job/manage the manager.

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  • Asking Price: $177,000
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Established Franchise:

This Business Is An Established Franchise

Why is the Current Owner Selling The Business?

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Understanding the Customer Base, Competition and Area Demographics

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