Advanced Prosthetics Center is a facility in Omaha that offers physical therapy and rehabilitation services. The clinic combines the efforts of physicians, therapists, and prosthetists, and their aim is to rehabilitate amputees and help them regain their gait, mobility, and self-confidence despite losing a limb. Advanced Prosthetics Center has a gym that features several ramp-and-stair combinations and state-of-the-art exercise machines.
Omaha, NE(402) 399-9993
C.O.R.E. Physical Therapy and Sports Performance is a fitness center in Omaha that aims to deliver “Conditioning, Orthopedic, Rehab, Exercise.” The founders are a husband-and-wife team, and they have decades of combined professional experience. C.O.R.E. Physical Therapy and Sports Performance offers cash-pay and package options to facilitate the patient's recovery in a timely and cost-effective manner, and the staff guides clients through procedures on insurance claims.
Omaha, NE(402) 933-4027
Dynamic Physical Therapy is a clinic in Gretna. The facility provides a range of treatments for individuals with various medical conditions, such as bad posture and musculoskeletal pain, and the staff also offers unique services, such as edema reduction that benefits people who have undergone vein operation, cosmetic surgery, and similar procedures. Dynamic Physical Therapy prefers using the Leduc method, which involves manual lymph drainage, intermittent compression, multi-component bandaging, and patient education.
Gretna, NE(402) 905-9089
East & West Physical Therapy is a health care provider in Omaha that operates seven days a week. The facility accepts cash, check, and credit card payments, as well as insurance plans, and the staff offers personalized care. A parent said, “Both my sons are high school wrestlers who were treated at East & West Physical Therapy for neck and shoulder injuries. Thanks to [the practitioner, my boys] experienced an almost immediate improvement and a quick recovery.”
Omaha, NE(402) 504-3535
Go Physical Therapy is a health and fitness practice in Omaha that operates from Monday to Saturday. The center offers individualized treatment plans, and the practitioners encourage each patient to take a proactive part in the process of recovering from an illness or injury. Go Physical Therapy has been with the community for more than ten years, and it has another location in Gretna that serves clients four days a week.
Omaha, NE(402) 933-8333
Healing Motion Physical Therapy is a practice in Omaha. The clinic commits to providing each patient “exceptional, progressive care that includes the most current, effective techniques,” and the staff deals with whiplash, migraines, chronic pain, work injuries, orthopedic discomfort, vestibular dysfunction, temporomandibular joint disorder, and similar health issues. Healing Motion Physical Therapy also provides post-surgical rehabilitation, and it accepts all insurance carriers, including BlueCross Blue Shield.
Omaha, NE(402) 346-7772
Hillcrest Health Services is a wellness practice in Bellevue that offers a continuum of care in Nebraska” for the aging population. The facility has nine locations throughout the state, and it provides outpatient physical therapy, inpatient rehabilitation, memory support, assisted living, hospice, and related services. Hillcrest Health Services has been serving the community since 1989, and the staff does not discriminate or treat individuals differently on the basis of color, race, national origin, gender, or disability status.
Bellevue, NE(402) 682-4210
Horizon Rehabilitation Centers is a health and wellness practice in Omaha. The facility has two locations in the city, on Prairie Hills Drive and North 90th Street, and it has offices in Logan and Blair as well. Horizon Rehabilitation Centers has been around for more than 15 years, and the treatments include neurological and spinal rehabilitation. The licensed physical therapists can provide remote one-on-one consults and online training programs so clients need not leave their homes or offices.
Omaha, NE(402) 393-9390
JAM Physical Therapy is the premier physical therapy clinic in Omaha. The center's mission in to improve each patient's quality of life through the application of proven techniques in one-on-one sessions, and the founder is a doctor of physical therapy, who himself experienced the need for a therapist when he tore his anterior cruciate ligament in college. JAM Physical Therapy operates Mondays through Fridays, and the services include running assessments, sports performance enhancement, and post-surgical rehabilitation.
Omaha, NE(402) 885-8855
Makovicka Physical Therapy is a practice in Omaha that encourages patients to “get back in the game.” The clinic treats conditions like Achilles tendonitis, ankle sprain, cerebral vascular accident, chronic mobility disorders, and popping jaw, and some of the modalities are vasopneumatic compression, iontophoresis, and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation. Makovicka Physical Therapy has nine locations in Nebraska, and these are in Aksarben, Midtown Crossing, Millard, Pacific Springs, Papillion, Pine Lake, University Place, West Maple, and on North 90th Street.
Omaha, NE(402) 934-0045
Methodist Health System is a multidisciplinary physical therapist in Omaha, on North 190th Plaza and East Centennial Road. The clinic uses an integrated approach to women's health, and the staff helps patients deal with conditions like sexual dysfunction, bowel movement disorder, pregnancy and postpartum discomfort, and breast cancer treatment issues. Methodist Health System also offers behavioral health, skin renewal, urogynecology, obstetrics, and menopausal health services, and it has another location in Papillion.
Omaha, NE(402) 815-2061
Midwest Physical Therapy Services is a health and fitness provider in Omaha that opened in 1987. The founder is a board-certified specialist in women's health, and the facility treats conditions like adult and pediatric pelvic floor dysfunctions, premenstrual syndrome, painful intercourse issues, and mastectomy discomfort. Midwest Physical Therapy Services is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, and it also helps male patients cope with their gender-specific medical situation.
Omaha, NE(402) 933-8383
Pediatric Therapy Center is a wellness practice in Papillion. The clinic helps young patients with special needs, and it commits to “empowering children, families, and our community.” The parents of a girl wrote, “At the age of two and a half, [our daughter] started occupational therapy for sensory processing disorder, and we are so excited to tell everyone she graduated today. We could never have made it through this journey without the wonderful staff at Pediatric Therapy Center.”
Papillion, NE(402) 932-2782
Peterson Physical Therapy is an outpatient clinic in Omaha that has been serving the community since 2005. The practice specializes in men's and women's health diagnoses, and the staff deals with conditions like urinary and fecal incontinence, sexual dysfunctions, prostate surgery discomfort, post-breast surgery discomfort, pregnancy-related pains, lymphedema, osteoporosis, and organ prolapse. Peterson Physical Therapy welcomes patients who are more comfortable speaking in Spanish.
Omaha, NE(402) 390-1027
Premier Therapy Associates is an occupational and physical therapy provider in Omaha that has locations on South Saddle Creek Road, South 90th Street, and Maple Street. The practitioners offer one-on-one sessions and customized programs, and their services include correction of neuromuscular disorders, functional dry needling, and workers' compensation assistance. Premier Therapy Associates is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, and it supports the health care industry's “go green” movement by going paperless and adopting eco-smart practices.
Omaha, NE(402) 933-0100
Progress Physical Therapy is a health care provider in Omaha. The facility offers a range of services, including aquatic therapy and post-surgical rehabilitation, and the staff helps patients cope with medical situations like balance disorders, plantar fasciitis, loose shoulder, shin splints, muscle weakness, and iliotibial band syndrome. The clinic accommodates patients like injured athletes and car crash victims. Progress Physical Therapy publishes a free newsletter that contains useful information and industry updates, and the website contains downloadable referral forms.
Omaha, NE(402) 408-9555
Siegmund Physical Therapy is a health and fitness center in Omaha. The facility deals with muscular pain, back pain, arthritis, sports-related injuries, and similar problems, and the staff provides pain reduction programs, hands-on therapy, neuromuscular re-education, post-surgical rehabilitation, and other treatments. Siegmund Physical Therapy serves patients from the city and nearby communities like Elkhorn, Fremont, Shadow Ridge, Valley, Village Pointe, and Waterloo.
Omaha, NE(402) 504-9797
Skyline Physical Therapy Services is a health and fitness provider in Omaha that covers the communities of Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa. The practice commits to helping patients achieve vitality, and the experienced staff offers pain management, functional dry needling, manual therapy, low-level laser therapy, custom orthotics, and other procedures. Skyline Physical Therapy Services has been dispensing “high-quality treatment for 30 years,” and its options include the Graston Technique®.
Omaha, NE(402) 505-9611
Total Rehab Physical Therapy is a health care provider in Omaha that is a recipient of the 2016 Opencare Patients' Choice recognition. The facility offers a range of wellness benefits, and the staff deals with body pain, jaw disorder, and similar conditions. Total Rehab Physical Therapy gives a free 15-minute phone screening with a licensed practitioner, and it invites clients to join Elite's Golf Fitness membership and play on an unlimited basis at Miracle Hill, Pacific Springs, and Shoreline.
Omaha, NE(402) 614-7500