Physiotherapy can help ease pain, improve strength and mobility, and restore movement to those suffering from injury or illness. Physical therapists treat patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. They use treatments based on the principles of exercise and manual therapy to promote movement and reduce pain. They also teach patients strategies to manage their condition.
The therapists at Physical Therapists in Norfolk NE are experienced in treating a variety of conditions. They work closely with patients to develop a treatment plan that best suits their needs. They are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care and strive to meet each patient’s goals.
Mark Spier, MS, PT, grew up in northwest Montana and received his Master of Science degree from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. He has served the Norfolk community since 1986 at both outpatient and inpatient settings and is certified in spinal manipulation, functional dry needling and men and women’s pelvic floor therapy. He and his wife Jolene live in Norfolk with their three children Sydney, Hunter and Jett.
Kristi received her Bachelors in Physical Therapy from University of Nebraska Medical Center. She then went on to get her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Baylor University. She has extensive post doctorate training in orthopedics, spine manipulation, functional dry needling and obstetric physical therapy. She enjoys treating geriatric and pediatric patients as well as the challenge of musculoskeletal injuries. She is excited to join the team at Family Physical Therapy and Sports Center.
Located in Norfolk, NE, Pierce Physical Therapy is an established practice that offers expert medical care and specializes in orthopedic rehabilitation including post-surgical, sports medicine, and musculoskeletal conditions. Their skilled therapists provide personalized attention and education, enabling patients to achieve optimal results.
Rhiannon ‘Rhi’ is originally from Alliance, NE where she attended Northeast Community College for her Physical Therapy Assistant Program. She joined the Family PT team in 2014. She has a strong interest in orthopedics and balance training. Outside of the clinic, she enjoys spending time with her husband Luke and two cats, attending family events, working out and cheering on Husker sports.