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Philip Parker, PT

Philip Parker, PT

"My interest in physical therapy began in high school when I was a patient myself. I was amazed by my therapist and how he could get me ready to play soccer again and the compassion he showed while doing it. My interest continued while taking my anatomy classes and being amazed at how wonderful and perplexing the human body is. The human body continues to fascinate me every day and I am proud to be in a profession where I am able to help heal and improve people's lives. One of my favorite parts about this profession is all of the people I get to meet. Every person is individually different even if they have the same injury or condition."

"When I am able to create the trust and respect with a patient, I am able to help them so much more and they in turn enjoy coming to therapy and are able to help themselves improve. There is not a better feeling in the world then seeing a patient return to whatever they needed help with or receive the pain relief they have been needing. I also really enjoy the wide diversity of the profession. There are so many opportunities that we couldn't possibly learn everything in school. I am very excited to continue learning and growing in this profession as it continues to change and grow."

  • DPT: Creighton University, Omaha, NE
  • BS: Exercise Science, Creighton University, Omaha, NE
  • Member: American Physical Therapy Association, Nebraska Chapter of APTA, Orthopedic Section of APTA
  • Community: AYSO

Philip enjoys all sports, soccer being his favorite. He enjoys playing and has been coaching youth soccer since high school. Philip has become a runner over the last few years participating in several half marathons and smaller races. He also enjoys playing video games, reading, or watching movies.

To schedule an appointment with us, please call our Columbus office at 402-564-5456, our Humphrey office call 402-923-1011, or our Northeast Nebraska office at 402-371-8278. You can also use our online Request an Appointment form.

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