Physical Therapy for Back Pain and Spine Surgery Patients
The Nebraska Spine + Pain Center’s Physical Therapy Department provides a collaborative approach to the evaluation and treatment for post-operative and non-surgical disorders or injuries of the spine.
Our diverse team of specialists has extensive experience using focused physical therapy to treat neurological, sports-related, motor-vehicle accident, and worker’s compensation conditions.
Extended Hours Now Available
Open 6:00am – 7:00pm
Why Choose Nebraska Spine + Pain Center for Physical Therapy?
Nebraska Spine + Pain Center Physical Therapists have undergone unique training to provide highly specialized physical therapy for the back and neck. We provide 100% supervision and direction to help you restore functional movement and correct posture.
Physical therapy patients at Nebraska Spine + Pain Center also enjoy fewer visits, on average, than patients at other clinics nationally. Our department’s individual specialties include:
- Manual Therapy
- Strength & Conditioning Exercises
- Posture Corrections
- Pilates Reformer Exercises
- Functional Movement Assessments
Nebraska Spine + Pain Center’s Physical Therapy Clinic in Omaha
Our Omaha location offers patients access to a highly functional, posture-based physical therapy clinic specializing in rehabilitating conditions of the spine, including but not limited to:
Scoliosis – a condition of the spine characterized by a noticeable sideways curvature
Scheuermann’s Kyphosis – a condition of the spine characterized by a skeletal deformity that prevents the patient from consciously correcting his or her posture.
Stenosis – a condition of the spine characterized by a narrowing of the spinal canal.
Excessive Mobility – a condition of the back or spine characterized by excessive movement at a joint, which leads to instability or poor posture.
Spondylolisthesis – a condition of the spine characterized by the slippage of vertebrae forward onto the bone below it.
Thoracic Kyphosis – a condition of the spine characterized by a forward rounding of the back.
Pars Fractures – a condition of the spine characterized by the crack of bones that face the rear of the spinal column.
Contact us today at (402) 496-0404 to schedule an appointment for physical therapy at our Omaha location.