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Old 09-19-2012, 10:05 PM
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Looking to move my wife and our FOUR little girls ( ages 3 weeks old to 12 years ) to Colorado
Its always been my dream . I've been practicing Chiropractic for almost 20years
also studied numerous soft tissue techniques and Acupuncture in China .
Although I've been quite successful thus far, I have a paralyzing fear of the possibility of Colorado being tremendously over saturated with chiropractors thus making it difficult to thrive . Are there any towns in the Front Range that are in need of a seasoned chiropractor ? (I do need a good school district and family oriented area . Maybe near Louisville, Ft Collins or outskirts of Denver.)
I would appreciate any advice or suggestions. Many Thanks in Advance!!!!!
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Old 09-19-2012, 10:32 PM
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You've got ready access to the listings of the professionals in the area ...

and, as one might surmise, there's a lot of practices in the area.

With the popularity of alternative approaches to medicine in the region, there's so many Chiropractors ... as well as ND's, acupuncturists, and a host of therapies available ....

That you'll have a lot of competition already established. It's been widespread enough that the frontiers of places to open up a practice extended into the foothills and then into the mountain resort communities ... which were already highly desirable places for medical practices to open up as an excuse to move to the resort areas, or at least be able to write off a 2nd home in those areas. I watched as everybody from trauma surgeons, orthopod's, internal medicine specialists, and every other medical practice you could name set up practices in the 1970's through to present ... to the extent that some of the best practices in the region are now in the mountains. Steadman clinic, for example ...

I know several chiropractors who opened up practices in the ski areas just so they could spend their days on the slopes, awaiting a call on their mobile to come to their office. Limited their regular office hours to mid-day so that they could count of being on the slopes at the first chair each day to catch the best untracked powder if there. All making a decent living, but they're still single and have no concerns about the less than good school districts locally.
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Old 09-20-2012, 11:06 AM
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Thanks for the info
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Old 09-22-2012, 10:11 AM
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There's always a need for GOOD chiropractors. In reality however, it matters little how good you are. The key to success is marketing. Here in Grand Junction, I've been to several really good chiropractors who are struggling, while some of the mediocre chiropractors with marketing expertise are thriving.
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