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Snyder Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation

Snyder Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation

2845 S 70th St.
Lincoln, NE 68506
(402) 489-1999
Snyder Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy, Health and Beauty, Lincoln, Nebraska

Whether you’re a Division I athlete at the top of your game or a casual runner during the evening, sports injuries can occur at any moment. Depending on the severity of the injury, you may be looking at surgery, but one thing that remains constant is the need for physical rehabilitation. At Snyder Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation in Lincoln, NE, you can receive care from the finest physicians in pain management and physical therapy who offer individualized treatments to get the most out of your body.

For over 27 years, patients of this rehabilitation center have enjoyed working with the physical therapists here, who believe listening to their patients is an integral part of getting you healthy. Many conditions and injuries can keep you from being the best version of you, and they work relentlessly to treat these conditions. Ligament injuries, osteoarthritis, shoulder replacement, and other conditions are all within the wheelhouse of these physical therapists. Regardless of the type of your injury, you’ll be in the hands of therapists who want to see you succeed.

From an anti-gravity treadmill to youth lifting, they incorporate various types and levels of specialty services and rehab methods, each tailored to specific injuries or conditions. Their expansive list of treatments includes functional training, manual therapy techniques, electrical stimulation, and therapeutic massaging. Truly all-encompassing, you won’t receive more comprehensive care from another team of physical therapists.

The road to recovery can be a long one, but it’s not a journey you need to make alone. Rely on expert physical therapists by calling Snyder Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation today at (402) 489-1999. Visit them online for a complete list of injuries they treat, and the treatments associated with them.

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