Who we are
Franchising is a proven system of business growth and is successfully leveraged in health care all over the world. Founder of Back In Motion Health Group, Jason Smith, together with specialist consultants, developed a proven and successful franchise concept for physiotherapy practices and related health services in Australia.
After conducting thorough industry research, feasibility studies and a detailed due diligence of the opportunities in allied health care, Back In Motion Health Group was launched as a franchise in 2004 with outstanding clinical and business results to date.
Today, Back In Motion stands as the largest Australian-owned provider of physiotherapy and related services. With more than 100 locations across Australia, the Group provides hundreds of qualified staff with rewarding jobs and delivers quality health care to tens of thousands of people every year.
Why partner with us?
From a single, successful practice to an extraordinary national franchise, Back In Motion Health Group evolved to become Australia’s leading provider of physiotherapy and related services. This successful model is now available in New Zealand! This is your opportunity to take your practice to the next level and secure your financial future.
What makes our model so successful?
We lead with best-practice clinical philosophy, keeping pace with industry developments and delivering a consistently superior standard of results-driven client care. The result is loyal clients and advocates.
Our proven support systems give practice owners the time and freedom to focus on their business and lifestyle goals – working on their business, not just in it!
We provide current or aspiring practice owners with a variety of ownership opportunities. We are also committed to exploring an ownership option that is right for you. You can:
- Join with an existing practice (conversion); or
- Start a new practice (greenfield)
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* Statistics presented based on operation of franchise model in Australia. Figures represented are based on the IBIS industry report and extrapolated for FY16