(Doctors licensed in any state are welcome to apply).
Location: Sanford, ME
Techniques: Manual Adjustments, Diversified, Arthrostim, Drops, Webster Technique, Decompression; Wellness Lifestyle Education
Practice Style: Care for Individuals, Families, Pediatric, Prenatal; Sports Chiropractic; Subluxation- & Structural-based Practice; Passive Therapy Approach
Compensation: $75,000 Bonuses
Contact Number: (888) 311-1981
Organization: Chiro Match Makers
Job Description & Requirements
A practice in Sanford, ME is seeking an Associate Doctor to join their team. In this role, you will perform patient consultations, take x-rays, write reports on findings, and provide recommendations for ongoing care including therapy, rehabilitation, and exercise instruction.
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 who has begun training in CBP corrective care, and that is willing to engage in ongoing professional development, internal workshops, and networking.
This position provides a competitive salary plus bonuses, paid time off, health insurance, a simple IRA, malpractice insurance coverage, and support for continuing education. The schedule also features a 4-day work week.
Sanford is a city in Maine that sits along the Mousam River. It is a popular destination for campers as the city is surrounded by many lakes and wooded areas that make for beautiful hiking trails and overnight camping spots. Inside the city, the Art Association displays local creative talent. There are also golf courses with fantastic views, a national wildlife refuge that acts as an important rest area for birds and small mammals, and an orchard with apple picking.
About the Clinic
This chiropractic clinic offers scolicare bracing, chiropractic treatments, athletic performance improvement, corrective techniques, and even a nutritional wellness program. Their mission is to help families get well and stay well, ensuring each individual family member can live a life without pain. Not only do they take corrective action, but the office also teaches its patients so that they can continue living a healthy life beyond adjustments.