Can just learning more improve your symptoms?

Can just learning more improve your symptoms?


A recent study published in the Journal of Urology (Urology 84:321-326, 2014) found that patients with moderate to severe interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome (IC/BPS) had significant improvement after receiving only advice and support.

This study was actually first initiated to examine the effect of a certain medication on interstitial cystitis but found that 50% of the placebo patients had over 50% improvement.  The “placebo effect” was attributed to the education and support patients received regarding their diagnosis.  So, in other words, just by finding out accurate information about their disease process (and making some simple lifestyle changes), patients improved over …

Pelvic Physical Therapy

This is a wonderful blog post about what Pelvic Physical Therapy is and who might benefit from this specialized treatment (written by Tracy Sher who is a Pelvic Physical Therapist in Florida)!

What Is Pelvic Physical Therapy

These services are offered at Husker Rehabilitation in our North Lincoln office.…

Fairbury Grand Opening Celebration

Please join Husker Rehabilitation and Wellness, PC in celebrating the opening of our new location in

Fairbury, NE


December 7, 2013

11am to 4pm 504 E Street Fairbury, NE

This will be a great opportunity to see our NEW facility and meet our staff while enjoying good company, drinks and food!

Prize drawings every 30 minutes!…

Introducing our new Fairbury, NE location!

Husker Rehabilitation and Wellness, PC is happy to announce our new location in Fairbury, NE!

Greg Cromer, PT will be serving the Fairbury area conveniently at 504 “E” Street in downtown Fairbury.

Call 402-729-2639 to schedule an appointment to see Greg!…

6th Annual Pain Symposium

The Multidisciplinary Pain Symposium’s goal is to increase knowledge in the treatment of pain and examine the role of multiple different disciplines in care of complex chronic pain patients.  This year’s event will be August 20th from 8:30 to 3:30.  For more details or to register for the event, please follow this link:



We have all seen that crazy AFLAC duck over the years on commercials.  He was injured a few months ago and is currently undergoing physical therapy.  Check out his progress here:


Pain Symposium

Husker Rehabilitation and Wellness, PC announces the 5th Annual Multidisciplinary Pain Symposium: A Continuing Education Event for Nurses on Tuesday August 21st.The Multidisciplinary Pain Symposium’s goal is to increase knowledge in the treatment of pain and examine the role of multiple different disciplines in care of complex chronic pain patients and has been approved for 6.25 contact hours.

“Fit After 50”: A Campaign to Increase Health & Wellness in Adults 50 and Older

The American Physical Therapy Association is pleased to announce ‘Fit After 50’ from Move Forward. ‘Fit After 50’ seeks to highlight the importance of staying fit and active for those 50 years old and older. The campaign will begin October 1st in conjunction with Physical Therapy Month. For 50 days the APTA will highlight a daily program on their website for adults to get in shape and stay fit. In addition to ‘50 Ways in 50 Days’ from October 1st through November 19th, the APTA will host a Member Challenge as well as giving special attention to the Fittest Baby …

Vote For Husker Rehabilitation

Voting is currently open for the Lincoln’s Choice Awards. Click here:


to vote for your favorite local businesses.

We would love to have your vote for favorite Physical Therapy Clinic!…

An “Expansion” of Husker Rehab

We are enthused to announce that the Husker Rehab family is growing! The wedding bells and baby giggles are near for some of our great employees.

Chris Siefker (North Clinic), Stacy Fountaine (South Clinic), Heather Blecha (Beatrice Clinic), and Mike Hahn (Beatrice Clinic) have all found their true love recently.   Something must be in the water because they have all became engaged over the last couple of months.  Lucky us, we officially get to induct each of their significant others into our little family.

As far as the next generation of Husker Rehab is concerned, Carin Rosenthal and her husband …