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40% Of Chiropractors In The United States Now Receive Less Than A Quarter Of Their Total Annual Revenue From Third-Party Payers

Dr. Scott P. Zack explores the latest chiropractic industry trends and considers what’s in store moving forward.


Chiropractor Dr. Scott P. Zackreflects on Dynamic Chiropractic’s most recent Expanding Chiropractic Practice Survey as he addresses the latest industry trends, including reduced dependency on insurance and the growth of so-called multi-practitioner offices.

“Around 40 percent of chiropractors in the United States now receive less than a quarter of their total annual revenue from so-called ‘third-party payers...”

A magazine for U.S. chiropractors with a circulation of over 60,000, Dynamic Chiropractic is published by MPA Media and is indexed by CINAHL, a catalog of predominantly English-language journal articles relating to healthcare, allied health, nursing, and biomedicine.


“The Expanding Chiropractic Practice Survey offers an interesting snapshot and look into exactly what’s trending within chiropractic care in the United States today,” explains Dr. Zack, a successful and experienced chiropractor based in West Bloomfield Township, Michigan.


Looking to reveal a number of key takeaways from the latest Dynamic Chiropractic Expanding Chiropractic Practice Survey, the main finding, he says, centers around reduced dependency on insurance. “Around 40 percent of chiropractors in the United States now receive less than a quarter of their total annual revenue from so-called ‘third-party payers,'” reveals Dr. Scott Zack, “pointing at a growing trend toward reduced third-party dependency.”

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