Holistic wellness is growing exponentially over the years, and it is more than just a social media mania. This approach to life is embraced wholeheartedly by many Australians. Did you know that the health and wellness industry of Australia is already valued at $9.5 billion?

The wellness industry is worth an estimated $4.2 trillion.

Between 2015 and 2017, the wellness market grew by 12.8 per cent, making it one of the world’s fastest-growing and most resilient markets.

With the strong demand for wellness, the demand for holistic health care facilities would naturally heighten. According to the 2019 General Practitioner Workforce Report by Deloitte, there will be a shortfall of nearly 9,300 full-time general health clinic practitioners by 2030.

If you are thinking of building your own chiropractic specialty clinic, then now is the perfect time to actually do it. To ensure you attract patients, one important element you cannot overlook is good interior design. On that note, below are three design pillars you need to consider when building your chiropractic health care office.

1. Consider your budget and spatial limitations.

No commercial construction project is built without any budgetary and physical restrictions. While fantasising about the possibilities of a makeover can be entertaining, do not get carried away with ideas that are not realistic to accomplish. Establish the money, schedule, and physical restrictions for your project before fully diving into the design process. This will provide you with a realistic canvas upon which you can start building the new design of your chiropractic health clinic.

2. Build an efficient and effective floor plan.

Form follows function. Like the alignment of your spine, your floor layout has an impact on how you and your health care practitioners work in a space. Efficiency and ease of use are the most critical aspects of the area of your health clinic. It does not matter how lavish your lobby’s cushioned seats and sofas are if they obstruct movement or make the space seem crowded.

3. Create a culture that positively affects the feelings of your clients.

Consider the impression you want to convey to your patients when they walk into your chiropractic health clinic. Do you want them to see you as high-end? Or an office that evokes a sense of warmth, compassion, and gentleness? When you start thinking about the vision for your new space, we recommend looking for photos of inspiration. These will allow you to describe what you want for your health clinic much better.

If you are looking to build, renovate, or fit out your chiropractic health care office, contact us so we can start exploring some options.