Lexington Family Physical Therapy

At Family Physical Therapy of Lexington, we strive to provide a fun and professional atmosphere. Our clinic is well equipped with modern and up to date equipment and modalities to deliver the best experience and results possible. Our therapists are specialized in a wide variety of areas, and provide many years of experience. We offer physical, occupational and speech therapy with a very comprehensive and effective approach. Family Physical Therapy of Lexington staffs two full-time onsite bilingual staff members for Spanish speaking patients. We also have a certified Fall-Proof balance and mobility instructor, which is one of three currently in the state of Nebraska.  We work closely with local physicians and pride ourselves on fast easy scheduling.  Feel free to contact us or stop in to view our clinic.  We look forward to working with you and your family.

123 4th Street
Lexington, Nebraska 68959
Phone: 308.324.3700
Fax: 308.324.5217

Services

Tree Top Therapy

  • S.O.S (Sequential Oral Sensory Feeding)
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Brain Gym
  • Balametrics
  • Therapeutic Listening
  • Handwriting without Tears
  • Neuro-Developmental Treatment
  • Sensory Diet
  • Splinting and Orthotics
  • Home and Environmental Modifications
  • It Takes Two To Talk
  • and much more!

Contract Services

  • Home Health
  • Industrial
  • Nursing Homes

Two Bilingual Staff Members on Staff!

 

Services List

  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Wound Care
  • Prosthetic Therapy
  • Pediatrics- Tree Top Therapy
  • Vestibular Therapy (Vertigo)
  • Pre-Surgical
  • Post- Surgical
  • Lymphedema
  • Custom Splinting
  • Bracing
  • Balance/Gait Therapy
  • Women’s Health
  • Expressive/Receptive Language Therapy
  • Swallowing Therapy
  • Home Safety Evaluations
  • Pre-Employment Screens
  • Home Health
  • Assistive/Adaptive Equipment
  • Orthopedic Therapy
  • Work Hardening
  • Pain Management
  • Diabetic Therapy
  • Concussion Testing
  • Manual Therapy

Our Staff

Lazaro Martinez Perez: Physical Therapist Assistant

Lazaro was born and raised in Tlaxcala, Mexico. He moved to the United States in 2010 directly to Nebraska.  He graduated from Lexington High School and then attended Northeast Community College for his license. He decided to become a PTA after performing some job shadowing. He enjoyed seeing the one on one interaction between the therapist and patients. He has also always enjoyed learning about anatomy.  His favorite part of his day is meeting patients that are a little skeptical about therapy, but at the end they are the patients that end up super happy they came to us. When Lazaro has spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and fiance. He also enjoys playing the guitar, going to the movies, bowling, pool and visiting new places. A quote he feels represents him is, “When you really want something, the world conspires to make a dream come true” -Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist.

Mariah Kuck: Physical Therapist Assistant

Mariah is from Bertrand, Nebraska and graduated from Southeast Community College. She became a therapist after going through physical therapy in high school for minor injuries and watching her grandpa go through therapy following a stroke. She watched him be able to gain back function to return to loving life. Her favorite part of her day is helping people return to full function following an injury and helping improve their quality of life while building a relationship with them. When Mariah has spare time she likes to work out, cook, shop and spend time with her family and friends. A quote that she feels she lives by is, “If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you.”

Stacy Reynolds: Occupational Therapist

Stacy graduated from Paxton Nebraska. She got her undergraduate at Doane College and her advanced degree from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. She became an Occupational Therapist because she had a family member that needed OT as a child, her mom also encouraged her to pursue a career in OT after Stacy expressed interest volunteering with special needs children.  Her favorite part of her day is working with her co-workers, meeting new people from the community and making an impact on somebody’s quality of life. When she has spare time she enjoys spending time with her two fur babies, golf, summers at Johnson Lake and traveling. Two quotes she lives by are, “The best is yet to come and everything will work out exactly the way it was supposed to.”

Norma Mendoza: Office Manager

Norma is from El Salvador and Lexington, Nebraska where she went to Lexington High School. She came into the line of work due to working home care and she met some of Family PT’s therapists, and when her father had a stroke she knew there was no better place to take him for rehab than with us at Family PT. Now as an office manager she gets to help people out in different ways and seeing a smile on their face which is the best reward. Her favorite part of her day is when a patient is done with rehab and stops by her desk and tells her how great of a job Family PT has done. When she has spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and anything related to softball. A quote she lives by is, “Positive mind positive life.”

Tyler Wyant: Physical Therapist

Tyler is from Kearney, Nebraska and got his undergraduate from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and his advanced degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He had his own personal experience with therapy in high school and enjoyed the process of working with his therapist and meeting his goals and returning to baseball. From that point on physical therapy was all he wanted to do.  His favorite part of his job is working with people to accomplish goals they didn’t think were possible anymore. A quote he lives by is, “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

Hannah Parsons: Speech Therapist

Hannah grew up in Callaway, Nebraska and went to the University of Nebraska at Kearney for her license. She became interested in a career in speech language pathology after her grandfather suffered a stroke when she was in high school. His speech and language skills were highly affected, and for a short time, he was unable to communicate with her family. After working with a speech therapist, he was finally able to tell her family that he loved them and she knew she wanted to give that joy to as many other people as she could.  Her favorite part about being an speech therapist for Family PT is the variety of patients. She loves the different age ranges and different people she sees on a daily basis.

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