If you are a human, you most likely experience back pain on a somewhat consistent basis. The American Chiropractic Association reports that somewhere in the neighborhood of 90% of people suffer from back pain regularly. With this statistic in mind, it is odd how difficult it is for chiropractic services to stay afloat in our medical climate. Even though chiropractors offer a relatively inexpensive and non-invasive treatment that has been proven to substantially reduce the need for back surgery, the viability rate for not chiropractic services is surprisingly low.
Because of the common challenges that chiropractors face, chiropractic consulting groups have been developed to help connect, support and guide chiropractic services into successful practices. Unfortunately, for every effe