How would you use 1,500 sq feet to build out the perfect pain clinic?

Like the title says. I'm a fellow who will be graduating this summer. I will hopefully be building out a 1,500 sq foot space to suit and wondering if anyone had input on how to best utilize this space in regards to exam rooms, procedure suite, reception area, and small pre/post procedure area. There will be a shared waiting room that won't need to be included in the space. Appreciate the input!
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