• Can purchase the practice and/or the office
  • If you only purchase the practice, the current physiatrist will be the landlord
  • $4M purchase price for the real estate and the practice purchase OR
  • $2M for just the practice and all the equipment
  • $2M for the building


  • 4-year-old 3,000 square foot office next to a major hospital in a relatively new medical arts building
  • An ortho and physical therapy tenant pays around $8k/month in rent; co-refer and treat patients
  • $200k OEC Elite C-arm
  • Office has procedure room with carbon fiber diving board table, regenerative orthobiologics lab, 2 private offices, storage rooms, small kitchen, 2 private bathrooms, physical therapy area with 4 treatment tables, 4 private patient exam rooms, reception area, and patient waiting area.


  • The current physiatrist is Regenexx-trained in bone marrow and adipose stem cell procedures and will train the future owner
  • Will stay on as needed to smooth transition
  • Predominantly a non-opioid practice
  • Approximately 2% of the patients receive chronic opioids(mostly Tramadol)
  • You could also do anesthesia at hospital next door if you wish
  • Part of a large ortho umbrella group that provides superior contracts and some management
  • In regards to credentialing, the ortho umbrella group can get you credentialed within 30 to 90 days.  It’s very quick.

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