(Doctors licensed in any state are welcome to apply).
Location: Sioux Falls, SD
Techniques: Manual Adjustments, Diversified, Arthrostim, Drops, Neuropathy, Decompression; Wellness Lifestyle Education
Practice Style: Care for Individuals, Families, Pain Relief, Rehabilitation Care; Subluxation-, Symptom-, & Structural-based Practice; Active/Passive Therapy Approach
Compensation: $80,000 + Profit-sharing
Contact Number: (888) 311-1981
Organization: Chiro Match Makers
Job Description & Requirements
A practice in Sioux Falls, SD is seeking an Associate Doctor to join their team. In this role, you will take x-rays, write reports on findings, close financial plans, adjust patients, and provide recommendations for ongoing care including exercise plans. This is a long-term opportunity to join a fantastic team.
The ideal candidate is very friendly and approachable with a strong attention to detail, and who is comfortable with a variety of adjustment techniques. Preference will be given to somebody willing to engage in ongoing professional development and internal workshops.
This position provides a competitive salary plus profit-sharing, paid time off, and malpractice insurance.
South Dakota’s largest city, Sioux Falls sits nearby the beautiful Big Sioux River and rock faces in Falls Park. This bustling and thriving community isn’t only a stunning city and landscape, it’s been voted the best place to live for young professionals and is in the top 10 best places to live overall. Falls Park is complete with sculptures, waterfalls, and more, while their highly rated zoo, museums, and aquarium are major attractions in the city. A small-town feel with the benefits of city life, Sioux Falls is a gorgeous, great place to live.
About the Clinic
This practice focuses on the trifecta of the body that need to be addressed to improve pain and symptoms: bones, muscles, and nerves. They use advance protocols and technology to deliver excellent results for patients, and create tailored plans (including homecare instructions) for patients to continue healing. This practice uses a dynamic, 4-step process, and also specializes in treating neuropathy.