Monthly Newsletter / August 2013
August 2, 2013

August is going to be a busy month for Makovicka Physical Therapy. Everything from The Best of Omaha contest to a contest of our own. We also had to say good-bye to one of our residents, Ryan Vincent, as he took a new position in his home state of Wyoming. Ryan, thank you so much for imparting your knowledge among the rest of us and we wish you the best of luck! We’d like to welcome Zach Kramper, and Michelle Ripperger to the Makovicka family as we continue to grow.

Social media seems to be the hot marketing tactic, and we are taking advantage of it! Along with Facebook, we just added Twitter and Pinterest accounts to the mix. These accounts are what we will be using for our contest in September for a chance to win Husker football tickets, gift cards, and more!

Football Season is right around the corn stalk and training camps have been underway for a few weeks. Brain injuries are a popular topic among coaches and staff and there is little information we have on what exactly causes them (in terms of force and direction from which it comes). If you or your son have any questions as the season nears, don’t hesitate to stop by one of our clinics or give us a call.

The Makovicka Difference

We are leaders in our profession, locally owned and operated by physical therapists who forge relationships with patients, and advocate for their care. All of our clinics have board-certified specialists on staff, meaning you get the highest level of care to maximize your recovery, and get you back to your game. We will listen, evaluate your symptoms, and create a personalized physical therapy program to meet your needs and improve your function, strength, and mobility.

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When it comes to feeling better, there is no time like the present. Our expert therapists will help create a customized program of strengthening exercises and therapies to help you get you back in the game. Let us help you become one of the many Makovicka success stories.

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