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We focus on serving the Austin, TX area with undivided, one-on-one attention. Most physical therapy clinics force you to come to them on their schedule, and once you’re there, you share your appointment with several other people. This can also lead to your treatment being administered by a technician and not an actual physical therapist.

That’s why we created the mobile physical therapy experience. At Move Empower, we help patients feel empowered with the right tools and education to help them restore balanced, healthy movement. Our Founder, Eric Finger, has over 19 years of physical therapy experience and has the tools and knowledge necessary to treat his patients safely and effectively, achieving quick results.

At Move Empower, we focus on YOU. We come to YOU. We bring everything YOU need for your appointments. Our physical therapists only work with YOU. We want to empower movement so that YOU can get back to the activities you love!

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Eric Finger Physical Therapist

Eric helps active professionals and business execs achieve peak physical health to get back to the workouts and sports they enjoy without compromising their busy schedules.


As a busy professional, father of three, and triathlete, Eric understands the difficulties of finding time to take care of himself. He also understands the benefits of high-quality one-on-one care under the guidance of a specialist physical therapist, not a technician. As a clinician of 17 years, he saw the trend of PT clinics demanding volume over the quality of care. He knew a better way to deliver physical therapy, and Move Empower Concierge PT was born.

Eric began his formal education at the University of Kansas, where he was a varsity swim team member. From there, he completed his Master’s in Physical Therapy at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2002. Eric pursued an effective post-graduate continuing education regimen becoming an APTA Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist and a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy.


In his free time, he enjoys competing in triathlons, particularly the Escape From Alcatraz and Ironman 70.3. If he’s not competing, you will find him traveling, listening to music, cooking, and spending time with his wife and three children.