Joint (JYNT) falls 3.91% on high volume on Aug 19

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Today Joint Corp Inc (NASDAQ: JYNT) stock fell $ 3.42, down 3.91%. The joint opened at $ 86.50 before trading between $ 87.78 and $ 83.02 throughout the Thursday session. The activity resulted in Joint’s market cap falling to $ 1,208,309,860 on 221,954 shares – above its 30-day average of 214,477.

About Joint Corp

The Joint Corp. revolutionized access to chiropractic when she launched her retail business model for healthcare in 2010. Today, the company makes convenient, affordable, quality care convenient and affordable for millions of patients seeking pain relief and lasting wellbeing, while eliminating the need for insurance. With nearly 600 locations across the country and over eight million patient visits annually, The Joint is a leader in the chiropractic industry. The Joint Chiropractic is an innovative force where healthcare meets retail.

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