Treating the cause of pain not just the symptoms.

Serving Southeast Nebraska since 1995

Lincoln – Nebraska City – Fairbury – Beatrice

Our Mission is 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.

Pain Points

Back Pain

Low back pain is frequently the result of excessive lumbar compressive forces resulting from pelvic malalignment. 

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Shoulder Pain

The shoulder is a complex joint that is very stable in spite of it’s lack of boney structure and limited ligamentous support.

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Knee Pain

It could be argued that the knee joint is less complex than other joints in the body. 

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Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a very real thing and can be difficult to treat and manage.  Chronic pain is defined as moderate to severe pain that last longer than 6 months. 

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Foot Pain

The foot is a very complicated part of the body.  It is comprised of 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles.   

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Cervical Pain

The cervical spine or neck consists of seven cervical vertebral bodies and is the uppermost portion of the spine.

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Our Services

Physical Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Pelvic Physical Therapy

Postural Restorative Therapy

Personal Training

Wellness Center

Husker Rehab Locations

Check out all 6 of our locations and see which one is closest to you! 

Patient Experiences

Patient experience is incredibly important to us. No matter what brings you to Husker Rehab, we know you’ll like us! 

Why Husker Rehab

Clinics

+ Years serving Nebraska

Therapists

We use holistic treatments in finding the source of the pain and not just treatment of symptoms and we provide specific postural programs to address the alignment and dysfunctional ergonomics of daily tasks that promote pain issues. We provide care providers that listen to the issues and needs of the client to get the best possible outcomes and provide long term solutions to prevent return of pain.

“The staff have been great. Knowledgeable, caring, sympathetic, encouraging… and it’s all needed as my progress has been particularly slow and very painful. So, thank you for all the support!”

“Husker Rehab has been a life changer. Thank you to all your staff and therapist. I appreciate all your help.”

“I am finally pain free and able to move freely for the first time in 4 years. I have tried PT at multiple other facilities and finally found Husker Rehab.”

About Us

At Husker Rehab, physical pain and dysfunction are personal. We’ve become very good at listening to our patient’s needs and desires, analyzing the problem, ferreting out causes, and figuring out ways to get people moving again. That’s the bottom line and its reflected in our core values.

PAIN is a pain in the neck.

We treat the body holistically, like a builder builds a house. If the pieces don’t work together correctly, it weakens the structure and causes problems. We treat posture first, like a builder frames first. Only then do we perform traditional, trusted therapies to methodically coax a body back to normal. We re-evaluate often and make adjustments as we go, then teach patients how to maintain their newfound health at home—how to establish good habits and build a foundation of wellness, so pain is less likely to become a problem later in life.

Resources

Star City Six – Halie Trimble

Star City Six – Halie Trimble

Husker Rehabilitation & Wellness Centers, PC provides physical therapy services in order to help treat the source of pain through a more holistic approach. Halie Trimble is a physical therapist assistant (PTA) at Husker Rehabilitation & Wellness Centers. Tell...

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Postpartum Return to Activity Guidelines

Postpartum Return to Activity Guidelines

Returning To Activity After Birth Participating in sports, running or other high-impact activities too early after childbirth may actually reduce pelvic floor muscle strength and contribute to long-term bladder and bowel problems and/or pelvic organ prolapse...

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