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QC Kinetix opens new clinic to provide alternative to surgery
November 30, 2022 // Franchising.com // SIOUX FALLS, SD – QC Kinetix recently opened in Sioux Falls. The clinic opened this fall and offers one of the most advanced regenerative medicine protocols in the state’s largest city.
Alan Cole, along with his son Mason Cole and son-in-law Nick Spera, bring the first clinic of its kind to the state. The three men together have strong business experience to operate the new regenerative medicine clinic. Mason is in information technology, while Nick is in digital marketing. Alan is a serial entrepreneur, having opened his first business at age 22. From salons and spas to sports bars and taverns, he’s done it all. Cole also spent 10 years in law enforcement.
Previously, Cole opened a QC Kinetix clinic in Sherman, Texas. It has since sold that location and is now opening the one in Sioux Falls with more planned across the United States.
“When I was looking to open my next business, I wanted a business where I could have a positive impact on people and the community. With regenerative medicine, we are giving people back their quality of life,” says Alan. “I can easily support the product and service offered by QC Kinetix, as I have seen it improve people’s lives for the better with my previous clinic.”
QC Kinetix uses all-natural biological protocols that take the best of what the body naturally produces and use it to help the patient recover and restore the quality of life they deserve. It is an alternative to surgery, NSAIDs and painkillers which mask the pain but do not solve the problem. For patients seeking relief from pain due to musculoskeletal injury, chronic joint pain, or hip, knee, back, or shoulder pain, regenerative procedures are the next frontier of treatment.
The former Dallas Cowboys star and NFL MVP is the official spokesperson for QC Kinetix. He knows firsthand the need for innovative chronic pain treatments that help people return to an active lifestyle. Previously, only elite athletes like Smith had access to regenerative medicine treatments, but growth and innovation in the field have made treatments available to everyone.
“So many Sioux Falls residents will benefit from these treatments, from those who have retired to anyone leading an active lifestyle, as well as athletes and industrial workers who cannot afford a lengthy recovery from surgery” , explains Alan.
Alan, Mason and Nick don’t want to be a medical clinic where people drive by. they want to integrate the clinic into the Sioux Falls community.
“We are already thinking about how we will get involved with charities and local organizations, as well as connect with other healthcare providers and physical therapists,” says Alan.
Regenerative medicine can be used to treat a wide variety of health issues. Alan, Mason, Nick and their team are excited to begin offering hair restoration treatment options for men and women in the near future.
Scott Hoots, CEO of Charlotte-based QC Kinetix, is confident that the three men and their team will be a tremendous asset to the QC Kinetix franchise.
“Alan, Mason and Nick are ideal QC Kinetix franchisees,” says Hoots. “Their extensive background in business, IT and marketing, combined with their love of regenerative medicine and helping others, make them the perfect candidates for us. We look forward to seeing their business grow and more Sioux Falls residents seeing the benefits of these treatments firsthand.
QC Kinetix is a type of concierge medicine, which continues to grow in popularity. There are no difficulties of dealing with insurance companies. Patients pay in cash and benefit from very high level care and services with state-of-the-art treatments. Each patient receives quality time with their medical provider and a personalized treatment plan based on their diagnosis and medical condition.
QC Kinetix Sioux Falls operates at 4301 W 57th St., Suite 160, Sioux Falls, SD 57108
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