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Physical Therapy

At Cozad Community Physical Therapy we aim to provide the highest quality care for the patients of our community.

With a dedicated staff and clinical expertise in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, massage therapy and athletic training, we have the diversity needed to provide for all your rehabilitation needs.

The new facility at Cozad Community Physical Therapy boasts state-of-the-art equipment. More importantly, our staff is committed to your healthcare needs, providing the individualized personal attention needed to ensure successful rehabilitation.

As a part of Cozad Community Health Systems, the health and well-being of our community is very important to us. Our staff provides health education programs to the communities in which we serve. As healthcare professionals we look to strengthen the future of rehabilitation. To ensure continued excellence, we have been selected as a clinical education facility for interns from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.   

 

Meet Our Staff

Meet Our Staff (Video)

 


Robert Dyer, PT, DPT
Licensed Physical Therapist, NE #2033
Director of Physical Therapy

Education:
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2005
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE

Master of Physical Therapy, Graduated with Distinction, May 2001
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE

Bachelor of Science, Chemical Sciences, May 1998
Wayne State College, Wayne, NE

 

 


Martin Stoddard, PTA

Certified Physical Therapist Assistant, NE #847

Staff Physical Therapist Assistant

Education:

Associate of Applied Science, 2008

Northeast Community College, Norfolk, NE



Ann Dyer, OTR/L
Licensed Occupational Therapist, NE #947
Staff Occupational Therapist

Education:

Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy, May 2001
Creighton University, Omaha, NE

Associates Degree in Applied Science, May 1997
Central Community College, Columbus, NE



Alison Feik, ATC, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist, NE #1450
Certified Athletic Trainer, NE #328
CPR Instructor
Biopreparedness Coordinator

Education:
Bachelor of Science, Athletic Training, May 2001
Nebraska Weslyen University, Lincoln, NE

Diploma in Massage Therapy, Graduated with High Honors, September 2001
Omaha School of Massage Therapy, Omaha, NE

 

 

 

Connie Olds
Physical Therapy Technician

Connie has been employed at Cozad Community Physical Therapy since 1989

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Emily Young PT, DPT
Licensed Physical Therapist, NE #3109
Staff Physical Therapist

 

Education:
Doctor of Physical Therapy, May 2012
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE
Bachelor of Science, in Exercise Science, May 2009
University Of Nebraska Kearney, Kearney NE

 

 


 

Hours:
Monday, Wednesday 7am - 7pm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8am - 5pm

 

Programs and Services 

Aquatic Therapy: Pool exercise with weight bearing for strengthening, conditioning, balance, and coordination.


Arthritis Program: Specializing in treatment of arthritis, fibromyalgia and osteoporosis with Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Aquatic Therapy.

Community Outreach Program: On-site educational programs offered to local organizations and clubs.  Programs include but are not limited to ergonomics, spinal safety, prenatal exercise and fall prevention.

Comprehensive Occupational Rehabilitation and Ergonomics: Treatment and prevention of work related injuries and ergonomic job evaluations.

Hand Therapy: Rehabilitation of wrist and hand injuries or pain related issues.  Custom splint design and fabrication.

Manual Therapy: Joint mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, myofascial release, muscle energy, strain and counterstrain.

Orthopedic Rehabilitation: General outpatient orthopedic rehabilitation services. Caring for joint replacement, traumatic injuries, corrective surgeries, chronic conditions and pain.

Orthotic Fabrication / Assessment: Custom made orthotics for the treatment of heel pain and foot pain. Modifications of over-the-counter orthotics are also made to customize them for patient comfort.


Pediatric Programs: Physical therapy, occupation therapy, and speech therapy for children.

Spine Program: Treatment of acute or chronic back pain, and headaches through education of proper body mechanics and core stabilization, using manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and traction.

Sports Medicine: Individual and team sports performance enhancement, bio-mechanical evaluations, injury management and prevention, and surgical rehabilitation and return to sports program.

TBI / Stroke Rehabilitations: Individualized treatment of neurological conditions for comprehensive rehabilitation with physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.

Wellness: Individualized community and corporate wellness programs, exercise prescription, and personal training available.

Wound Care: Burn care management, debridement, dressing changes, edema management, whirlpool, wound-vac, and education in self wound care.

 

Women's Health:  Prenatal and postpartum treatment of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction of the pelvis and sacroiliac joints.  Treatment of urinary incontinence with exercise and biofeedback.

 

Lymphedema:  Massage and wrapping techniques to remove swelling and lymph accumulation to improve pain and function.

 

Wheelchair Evaluation:  Assessment of wheelchair and seating system needs in collaboration with equipment supplier.

 

Activities of Daily Living:  Treatment to maximize personal independence with work, self care, and leisure tasks.  Training the use of adaptive equipment.  Home safety assessments with recommendations.