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December 2012

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The Joint Corp. announces 2 new clinics

December 3, 2012 — The Joint Corp., a leading franchisor of chiropractic clinics is proud to announce the opening two new clinics in the Houston region with the opening the West Memorial and Woodlake Square clinics. The clinics are owned and operated by husband and wife, Kate Ryan and Joe Skubisz.

The Joint…the chiropractic place now has nine clinics serving the Houston community with three additional clinics slated to be open before the end of 2012.

The Joint is operated by Massage Envy's Founder and former CEO John Leonesio. “Kate and Joe are the type of franchisees who understand the concept because they know first-hand how beneficial chiropractic care can be will be a dynamic asset to the fast growing Houston market,” states Leonesio.

Regional Developers Anne and David Glover

are not surprised by the growth. “We knew the magic that John had worked with Massage Envy and the membership model. John is the master at simplifying the service delivery process and creating value for the consumer,” states Glover.  “In addition with lower start-up costs and minimal staffing needs and the profit potential is quite impressive,” adds Glover.

The Glovers are also Regional Developers in Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin markets.

“We selected The Joint because we believe in what they are doing. We looked at many franchises, but none of them inspired us like The Joint. I believe that The Joint has the potential to mainstream chiropractic and make it something that is a regular part of everyone’s life and not just reserved for injuries,” says Ryan

Source: The Joint,

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