EASING BACK PAIN IS BRAD'S SUCCESS STORY
Written on the 21 June 2012
THE opening of a second Back In Motion physiotherapy centre on the Gold Coast continues Brad Beer’s bullish plans for the chain in Queensland.
The Sorrento practice had a ‘soft opening’ last month and the 30-year-old Beer (pictured), the company’s Queensland area director, will bank on it becoming as successful as his first practice in Mermaid Waters.
Co-director Justin Mistry has moved to the new practice from Mermaid Waters and is on the search for up to three physiotherapists to join him. New administration staff is already working there.
“We needed a new practice close enough to Mermaid Waters to accommodate our growth because we were running out of space,” says Beer.
Beer has immediate plans to open another franchise in Mount Gravatt in Brisbane’s southern suburbs before the end of the financial year.
“We have had a record month for the entire group and have grown exponentially in the last year at a rate of 75 per cent, while the growth was 40 per cent locally,” he says.
“We’ve moved into the bigger practice [at Mermaid Waters] and our revenue which was in the ’80s was last month $150,000.”
"It is something our chain takes very seriously and, at the end of the day, that is what our industry is all about,” he says.