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ONE ON ONE TREATMENT

ONE PATIENT - ONE THERAPIST

 

Best Physical Therapists in Omaha
  • We believe in treating the individual - individually.  You and only you have our attention.  There are no other clients during your appointment. 

  • We believe in teaching the individual - not only why they have the pain but even more so how to move correctly to help them avoid chronic pain or acute injuries.  Giving them the tools they need to move past their pain and injury.

  • We believe in continuing to educate and improve ourselves.  Clinicians must further their education to best treat all patients.

OUR TEAM

Dynamic Physical Therapy is owned and operated by husband and wife team Tammy and Andrew Consbruck.  Tammy and Andrew met in 1997 while attending Creighton University. They live in Gretna and have 2 young children, Hunter and Lauren.

Andrew holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree and Tammy holds a Doctor of Occupational Therapy both from Creighton University.  After graduating Tammy and Andrew worked separately in their perspective fields until 2013 when they came together to open Dynamic Physical Therapy.

 

Andrew is a current member of the Gretna Optimist Club, Gretna Chamber of Commerce and Gretna Events Committee. Andrew is honored with the times he helps Creighton University School of allied health and sciences with prospective physical therapy student interviews.

In addition to supporting Andrew in the business and community service commitments Tammy enjoys spending time with their children and is an avid runner.  As a member and co-captain of Creighton University's Cross Country team her junior/senior years Tammy had great success.

 

Molly Bumsted holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Creighton University.   Molly has extensive orthopedic, low back pain and Sacroiliac dysfunctions and women’s health experience.  Through her work Molly recognized the significant need for trained practitioners to treat individuals that had acquired lymphedema.  Molly earned her International Certification of Lymphedema Management in 2012. 

Molly and her husband Shane have three children, Barrett, Mason &  Brenyn.  Molly enjoys time with her family and attending her children’s activities as well as various hobbies including reading, photography, knitting, biking, traveling, trying new food, and music. In addition Molly enjoys volunteering at Creighton for their various community projects. 

Molly, along with another colleague, run a volunteer Physical Therapy clinic at One World in South Omaha one time a month serving those in need of therapy that are uninsured.  Molly has also recently taken on a teaching roll at Creighton in the summer modular program for Creighton’s International China Program.

SERVICES

At Dynamic Physical Therapy our one patient – one therapist philosophy extends not only to your first visit but to each and every visit.  You will receive services from the same skilled physical therapist at each visit.  Open and fluid communication between you and your therapist is the key to us understanding how your condition is affecting your life so in turn we can teach you how to restore function and get back to it. 

Our care and treatment plans for you are developed on your individual needs.   Your first visit will last approximately one hour and will allow us the opportunity to thoroughly evaluate your injury or pain.

 

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Musculoskeletal pain including but not limited to:acute and/or chronic pain

  • bursitis
  • tendonitis
  • joint pain
  • neck and back pain
  • jaw pain

Neurological deficits including:

  • gait
  • balance
  • posture
  • breathing
  • alignment
  • recovery from stroke

Pre/Post Orthopedic Surgical Care for:

  • hips
  • knees
  • ankles
  • shoulders
  • back/neck

Postural Restoration

Over the last 2 years, Andrew has devoted a great deal of his time to learning the practice of Postural Restoration.  This treatment is based on the way irregularities in the symmetry of our bodies can greatly affect posture and movement and ultimately what we perceive as pain. 

These imbalances limit our function because our muscles and joints are unable to move within their normal range due to restrictions within our soft tissue and bones. Restoring our postural balance requires retraining our body’s neurological and muscular memory trough physical therapy treatment program.  Dynamic Physical Therapy integrates this knowledge into our patient treatment plans.

Andrew will be sitting for his PRC certification in 2016.  For more information on Postural Restoration please visit the Postural Restoration Institute website.

 

Lymphedema Management

What is Lymphedema?

Our Preferred treatment method:

The Leduc Method was first being taught to therapists and doctors in 1994; the method wasfounded by Professor Leduc who was a physical Therapist as well as a researcher.  His techniques consist of these three main aspects of treatment

  • Manual lymph drainage
  • Intermittent compression
  • Multi-component bandaging
  • Patient and family education

All techniques and bandages have been researched and are evidence based.

Emphasizes projection and management of the affected limb through both clinical treatment as well as patient education on to treat and management at home.

Other conditions that can benefit from aspects of this method for edema reduction:

  • Post-surgical conditions that are struggling with edema
  • Post vein surgery
  • Edema associated with congestive heart failure
  • Cosmetic surgery