P.O. Box 277 Jefferson Community Health and Life in Fairbury, Nebraska offers a 17-bed Critical Access Hospital facility in Fairbury, Neb., and a family medicine physician’s clinic, The Fairbury Clinic. Our mission is to provide an exceptional healthcare experience for every patient, every time. Our vision is to be the most trusted partner for a Read more [...]
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Husker Rehabilitation & Wellness Centers, PC, known more commonly as Husker Rehab, first opened its doors in the 1990s and has been striving to provide quality care and wellness options to individuals throughout southeast Nebraska ever since. The positive attitudes and dedication of the physical and occupational therapists and other staff members continues to earn Husker Rehab the trust, respect, and loyalty of its patients. Over the years, Husker Rehab has grown in size and now includes the Fairbury clinic, along with one in Beatrice and two in Lincoln. They are co-owned by three experienced physical therapists, Greg Cromer, Ryan Wade, and Michael Zalman.
At Husker Rehab, the staff recognizes the importance of addressing the root causes of their patients’ problems, satisfying individual health and fitness needs efficiently and effectively, and creating a fun and encouraging environment in which they can work to improve and/or maintain their wellness.
Meet Greg Cromer, M.S.P.T.
In addition to fulfilling his role of co-owner, Cromer is active in the day-to-day operations of the Fairbury Husker Rehab clinic. He and his staff, which includes Melissa Cromer, MS OTR/L, are able to offer quality physical and occupational therapy services to the community. Cromer carries a full patient load, provides medical coverage to local high schools, and is trained in the Graston Technique to break down scar tissue and fascial restrictions. He is also an LSVT BIG Clinician, providing specialized treatment to help improve limb and body movement impairments in those with Parkinson’s disease, which can potentially translate into better balance, speed, and quality of life in the short term.
Cromer knew he wanted to be a physical therapist from the time he was in junior high, as he possessed a true passion for helping others to feel and perform their best. So, after graduating from high school, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychobiology from Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska and then a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Having grown up in the small town of Utica, Nebraska, it was his dream to eventually return to a rural area and own his own clinic, so that he could provide the quality care that is sometimes difficult to find. His dream was fulfilled with the opening of Husker Rehab in Fairbury, Nebraska!
Husker Rehab of Fairbury feels privileged to call the Historic Downtown its home, giving patients an easily accessible location just off the courthouse square. This location offers a variety of therapies, exercise equipment, and modalities to support your specific needs. So, whether you recently had surgery or suffered a sports injury, are working to recover from a stroke or car accident, deal with chronic neck pain, headaches, or back pain, or just want to maintain an overall state of wellness, Husker Rehab is ready to serve you. The staff will evaluate your condition and determine a plan of action that may include any of the following:
- Physical therapy (PT)
- Occupational therapy (OT)
- Electrical stimulation
- Moist heat
- Graston Technique
- Isokinetic testing
- And more!
There is even a physical therapy gym and rehabilitation room on-site for patients to utilize, with the newest cardiovascular, fitness, and rehabilitation equipment. For others who just want to work out and achieve their fitness goals or maintain their strength to prevent future injuries and pain, Husker Rehab of Fairbury also offers affordable gym memberships. Simply stop by and purchase yours today, so that you can begin enjoying the exercise equipment we have available:
- Stationary bike
- Arm bike
- And more!
Why Husker Rehab of Fairbury?
At Husker Rehab, the staff will strive to get you relief as quickly as possible, while also helping to produce long-lasting results and reducing the likelihood of future issues. In order to provide the best and most effective treatments available, the staff is constantly learning and growing in their individual areas of expertise. They attend seminars, host guest speakers, and network with other professionals, thus enabling them to remain up-to-date on medical advances and better serve your needs.
The staff also understands that it is essential to really listen to their patients and get to the root of their issues, instead of just treating the symptoms. As a result, Cromer’s physical therapy patients are treated from a more holistic approach, correcting postural issues first and utilizing state-of-the-art techniques, before also incorporating more conventional therapies and exercises. This is one of the many factors that make Husker Rehab’s approach to physical therapy so unique and effective.
In addition, there is always a warm smile to greet you at the clinic, which immediately makes patients feel welcome and cared for. A family-like atmosphere also gives patients the support and motivation needed to push through difficult challenges and come out stronger on the side. At Husker Rehab of Fairbury, you are sure to receive the time and attention you deserve during your treatments, a factor which contributes to our high satisfaction rates among patients.
Please contact us today to find out how we can assist with your rehabilitation and wellness needs! We treat children and elderly patients and everyone in between and consider it a privilege to serve the southeast Nebraska area.
Breathe Yoga & Essential Oils
Mondays & Wednesdays
Yoga mentor Julie Petersen teaches Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga twice a week at Husker Rehab, 504 E Street, with two classes held on Mondays and one on Wednesdays. An All Level Yoga class and Mommy & Me Yoga held every Monday and the Gentle Flow Yoga classes are on Wednesdays. She uses essential oils to enrich the aromatherapy during class. Contact Petersen for details on special class offerings such as beginner yoga, private one-hour yoga classes, and more.This summer I will continue to provide a yoga practice for you on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Join me on Monday at 6:00 PM for a vinyasa flow and on Wednesdayat 6:00 PM for a gentle flow. We will continue to meet inside of Husker Rehab in downtown Fairbury. Class fee is $8 or I have punch cards available for a discount.I create my own classes every week with safe sequences, inspirational music and meaningful meditations. Let me know if you have a favorite pose or song that you want me to include.
Beginner yoga classes will be held on July 9, 11, 16, 18 at 7:15 pm inside Husker Rehab (504 E Street) in downtown Fairbury. Payment of $25 is due on July 9. (Normally four yoga classes would cost $32.) Get an even better deal by bringing a friend and paying $20 each. Men and women are welcome.Have you spent all summer focused on your child’s activities?
Are you ready for some well-deserved self-care?
Do you think it is time to finally wear your favorite yoga pants in a yoga studio?Is yoga an activity that you have always said you would try someday?Are you ready to improve not only your flexibility, but also your balance and strength?Would it help you to have a beginners only environment to step on a yoga mat?Are you seeking an exercise that positively affects your mind, body, and spirit?Keep in mind that I also offer essential oil products. Place your order with me or shop at Stagecoach Mall in downtown Fairbury to pick up a lavender bath soak or one of my popular roller bottles.Now close your eyes, sit up straight, take a deep cleansing breath, completely exhale and smile.