Power PT & Sports Medicine - December 2019



reminded of just how helpful this was for me. Sure, it may require extra work on our end, but ultimately, we are helping train the future of care for our patients. We give these students a mentorship program they can rely on in a fast-paced, powerful field. We’re honored to host these students each year, and we’re excited to continue doing this in 2020. As we round out 2019, our staff is also looking for a more hands- on way to get involved in our community. This holiday season, we are participating in Angel Tree Christmas. This is a prison fellowship program that provides support, gifts, and holiday joy to children and families who have parents in prison. The goal is to provide an extra boost of Christmas spirit for families who may be feeling the pang of missing a loved one during the holiday season. I can’t wait to see how our experience with Angel Tree pans out, and I know my staff will be open to giving all we can to these children and their families. In 2020, our goal is to continue supporting our community in more ways, including working with programs like Angel Tree. We have passionately striven

At Power Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, one of the core values we hold most dear is the power of building community. This is something we have recently taken a more active stance on to demonstrate our commitment to the community we call home and the patients who trust us. Now that we’re nearing the end of 2019, I think it’s the perfect time to share the progress we have made with this core value in the past year and decide how we want to approach it again in 2020. For starters, just like in the past, our clinic hosted students and new graduates from local universities in 2019, most notably Vanguard University. Our purpose is to provide valuable hands-on experience for prospective physical therapists in their journey toward a PT career. Together, we work with students to teach them more about physical therapy, and with our assistance, they become more skilled and ready to enter PT school. When I was in college and trying to figure out how my career path might look, I had a similar experience. As I work with these students, I’m

to live up to this core value, but we know we can do more, and we’re determined to do so. This holiday season, I am grateful for the opportunity to help organizations with my team, the support and comfort of my family, and my faith in God. I hope you and your family have the opportunity to celebrate the gift we have been given through Jesus Christ. May your holiday celebrations be filled with love, laughter, and happiness.

Happy holidays!

–Mark Nowlin

P.S. For more information about Angel Tree Christmas, visit PrisonFellowship.org/About/Angel- Tree . Find out how you can help our team by calling (714) 557-2100.

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