It's been a minute!

What a whirlwind of a year.

Empowerment Rehab and Training officially turned 1 this week!
I am so grateful that I’ve been able to thrive, not just survive, working as an athletic therapist.
Not a lot has changed in the past year, except that I decided to brand my therapy and try to use social media as an educational platform, for both general public and potential or current clients.

I’ve been in practice now for 5.5 years, so here are 5 thing’s I’ve learned in that time.



  1. Learning should never end. I’ve taken 35 continuing ed courses, and am back in a Master’s program (year 1 almost done!). And I still wish I could learn more. Patients who come see you deserve the best possible care - they are literally putting their health in our hands, and we owe it to them to use the best available evidence and clinical judgment to help them.

  2. Boundaries are important.

  3. It’s better to be really good at a few things, then decent at a lot of things. I grew my referral network and it’s been so beneficial for my patients, and myself!

  4. It’s okay to not know things.

  5. Social media is AMAZING. I’ve connected with so many therapists, gained new clients, received a few job offers, and seriously have learned something new every day.

Happy Friday!

Megan Pomarensky