Power PT & Sports Medicine - January 2020

January 2020


As we approach 10 years of Power Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, I hope everything we have been working for and building will continue into the 2020s. Ultimately, my biggest hope is to continue providing quality care for people who need relief. I want to continue to grow and, during the next 10 years, be in a position to hire additional therapists to our team. I’m curious to see how my role with the business will grow as we expand, too. Of course, I’d be remiss if I didn’t talk about how those three boys have grown in the past decade. We’ve officially moved on from elementary school, and we’re now the proud parents of a sixth-grader and two high schoolers, the eldest preparing to graduate in 2021. The older two seem to have an idea about their future paths: One of them is looking at engineering while the other seems to be headed toward the medical field. Our youngest is just content to be a kid right now, and that’s perfectly okay with us! Regardless of where our boys go, I hope they find the path that makes them the happiest over the next decade. I think all any parent ever

As we celebrate the start of a new decade, I can’t help but think about where I was 10 years ago. In 2010, I was providing physical therapy elsewhere, but I was noticing small things that motivated me to venture out on my own. I knew I could contribute more to the world of rehab than what I was offering in 2010. 2011, and, for a while, it was just the two of us. We were handling patient inquires, billing, care, and regular office duties on top of raising our 2-, 5-, and 7-year-old boys. (I still have photos of my kids when they were this age in my office!) Within that first year, we hired our first employee, and our Power PT family has continued to grow. In the past nine years, I’ve learned quite a bit about owning a business. It has been different than I expected, especially as I have navigated creating a workspace where talented experts would want to work. Of course, as a result of our hard work, it’s more rewarding than I ever anticipated. My wife and I opened Power Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine in

wants for their kids is good health and happiness, but I am excited to see how they continue to grow. It’s interesting to look back and consider how the Nowlin and Power Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine families have grown. No one can know for sure what the 2020s will bring, but if they are anything like the past 10 years, I cannot wait for the ride.

Have a very happy new year!

–Mark Nowlin

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