Makovicka Physical Therapy Wins Two Business Excellence Awards

Joel receiving Business Excellence Award

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.

Every year, the Greater Omaha Chamber honors local innovators, givers, and leaders in Omaha as companies who strive for excellence and positively contribute to the local region. Special distinction was given during a recent celebration to the winners that demonstrate specific characteristics of excellence in business, including innovation, leadership and philanthropy.  Makovicka Physical Therapy was the recipient of two awards: Business Excellence in Leadership and Business Excellence in Philanthropy.

Excellence in Leadership celebrates a devotion to collaboration and forward-thinking, empowering others, and acting with authenticity, integrity and inclusivity.

Organizations with a philosophy of giving make a significant impact on our community’s health and well-being. They build long-term relationships and invest time, talent and resources to foster an environment of community impact and support—that’s Excellence in Philanthropy.

The awards were presented at an event the evening of May 23rd at the Omaha Design Center.  In attendance with owners: Joel Makovicka, Natalie Harms, Cory Sylliaasen and John Makovicka were: Jeff Arnold, Lisa Barton, Kathy Byrnes, Connie Makovicka, Dan McCutchen, Josh Richling and Lauren Watson.

Cory Sylliaasen, John Makovicka, Natalie Harms and Joel Makovicka
Dan McCutchen, Jeff Arnold, Lauren Watson, Kathy Byrnes, Joel Makovicka, Natalie Harms, Lisa Barton, Connie and John Makovicka, Cory Sylliaasen