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Owner and physical therapist, Mike has practiced for over 30 years after graduating from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He received his Postural Restoration Certification in 2009 from the Postural Restoration Institute. He has devoted his entire career to treating musculoskeletal pain and injury. Mike also has a strong interest in cycling-related injuries and is a competitive cyclist himself. Mike frequently guest lectures to various cycling and running enthusiasts and to the volleyball community. Outside of work you will find him riding the trails and competing in endurance races.
Beth is a graduate of UNMC and a native of Albion, NE. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Assoc, Nebraska Physical Therapy Assoc., and has served on the Sarpy Community YMCA Board along with volunteer work for ReRuns. Beth has specialized in orthopedic, sports and spine patients for the past 30 years. Her treatment approach is Postural Restoration based and she has extensive training in its methodology. Beth also is a guest lecturer for the PL Schools health education classes, business classes and Leadership Academy mentor. Beth’s interests outside of work include cycling, golf, hiking and travel.
Lori graduated from Creighton University’s Physical Therapy program in 2001. She has worked in the Omaha area since graduation, focusing on outpatient orthopedics; she also has experience with pediatrics and women’s health. Lori enjoys treating orthopedic, spine, and sport’s injuries. Her treatment approach is strongly influenced by her advanced training in postural restoration. Lori’s hobbies include running, golfing, volunteer work and spending time with her family.
Eric is a University of Nebraska graduate who has over 27 years of experience in the outpatient setting. In 2009 he became certified in Postural Restoration and continues his pursuit of understanding and treating biomechanical muscle imbalances that cause pain and decreased performance. Eric is frequently asked to speak publicly on varying prevention and injury management topics. He consults with several high school track and cross country teams to help improve performance and to help manage injuries. Away from work, Eric enjoys spending time with his family, cycling, and playing guitar and piano.