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We take pain personally.

Relentless physical pain and dysfunction affect your entire life. They add stress, take focus off of important things. They hold back relationships and keep you from fulfilling dreams. Many of us at Husker Rehab have experienced that kind of door-closing pain and physical dysfunction in our own lives. That’s why we are so tirelessly dedicated to solutions that get YOU moving again through state-of-the-art physical therapy and rehabilitation treatments, and to keep you moving through exceptional preventive care. To find out why we’ve had a 98% satisfaction rating since 1999, click on the name of the facility nearest you (above) and read more about it. It’s our mission to help you stay healthy!

 

    Mission Statement

To provide cost effective holistic rehabilitation and occupational health services which exceed our customer’s expectations and maximize functional outcomes in an attractive and caring environment, as well as to provide the opportunity for preventative care and continued self-rehabilitation through wellness center programs.

  • Hip Labral Tears and Pelvic Pain

    One cause of chronic pelvic pain symptoms, that frequently gets overlooked, is a tear in the hip labrum.

    The hip acetabular labrum is the fibrocartilagenous ring lining of the “socket” part of the hip joint. The hip is a ball and socket joint. The labrum functions to absorb shock, lubricate the joint, distribute pressure, and aide in stability.

    Causes of labral tears include trauma, impingement (also known as femoroacetabular impingement or FAI), hypermobility, dysplasia, and degeneration. Hormonal influences such as during pregnancy or underlying collagen disorders can predispose patients to labral tears. Hip labral tears can also occur during delivery …

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