-Ability to provide quality care for those with physical ailments.
-Potential to develop a steady client base.
-Chance to work autonomously as an independent business owner.
-Opportunity to build relationships with patients and other healthcare providers.
-Opportunity to provide a necessary service in the community.
-Significant start-up costs for professional equipment, office space and staff.
-High liability insurance rates due to the physical nature of the job.
-Increasing competition from large corporate chiropractic clinics.
-Potential for long hours and difficult patient workloads.
-Necessity to keep up with changing regulations in the medical field.
-Need to constantly stay abreast of recent advances in chiropractic care.