Clinicube, the co-working medical facility and practice accelerator, today announces its partnership with Scoliosis Systems LLP, the advanced non-surgical program for treating adolescents and adults with scoliosis. With this alliance, both companies reaffirm their mission to provide Americans with better, more accessible health services.
The partnership is intended to help Clinicube develop the medical co-working space nationally. Without luxury rental in the medical space, medical professionals have to compromise in a way that can be detrimental to their reputation.
Scoliosis Systems LLP relies on referrals from patients and medical professionals. By working in an environment that increases the exposure of its services, Clinicube has granted Scoliosis Systems LLP the space for its unique clinical needs, while allowing the company to interact with the greater community.
Clinicube was founded in 2017 by Dr Noam Sadovnik, who developed the concept of a shared medical office space to help private practice operations. Clinicube is the first of its kind, acting as both a co-working area and an accelerator. Currently, Clinicube operates from a location in Manhattan, New York, covering 5,000-square feet.
Building on the co-working model adopted for office space, Clinicube helps medical professionals save significant money by sharing common resources. Experts estimate that private practice startup costs can range anywhere from $70,000 to $100,000 – a huge expense for early-stage ventures. In response, Clinicube provides a modern alternative to expensive, long-term real-estate commitments.
Clinicube’s newest partner, Scoliosis Systems LLP, has developed Scoli-Fit – a non-surgical program for correcting scoliosis in both adults and adolescents. Scoliosis and kyphosis are disorders that cause abnormal spine curvature. Sufferers of these conditions often look for conservative methods of treatment because they carry fewer risks than surgery, yet still produce impressive results.
Scoliosis Systems LLP doctors are independent contractors who help patients in the U.S. (31 cities in total) and Dubai. The doctors create specialized treatment plans on a per-case basis, using spinal x-rays, vestibular and metabolic testing and formetric three-dimensional imaging. From the evaluation, doctors can recommend flexible bracing, Schroth exercises, and chiropractic techniques.
Speaking about the partnership, founder Dr. Noam Sadovnik says: “Scoliosis Systems is the next practice to take full advantage of the Clinicube platform. Clinicube is designed to help practices like Scoliosis Systems LLP reduce overhead, increase profitability, and streamline operations by leveraging technology and shared workspace.”
Meanwhile, Scoliosis Systems LLP co-founder, Dr. Marc Lamanta, responds “I’ve been in clinical practice for 23 years. For the past 17 years, I have had my own 1,500 square-foot facility that cost me over $10,000 a month to operate. One might say we were working to pay the rent. Clinicube has invigorated our practice while reducing our overhead by 75%. I couldn’t be happier.”