C.O.R.E. Physical Therapy & Sports PerformanceAug 23, 2021 08:43AM ● By Kara Schweiss
Photo by Bill Sitzmann
No matter what’s been happening in the world, when patients receive services at C.O.R.E. Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, they can always count on a positive atmosphere and focused care, said Dr. Claire Rathjen, who owns the practice with her husband, Dr. Mark Rathjen.
“People still have pain and they still have injuries, and they still want to get back to what is important in their lives, so we’ve tried to maintain that status quo in terms of providing them with a safe place to do that,” she explained. “We want people to stay active and be an active participant in their health.”
The Rathjens are planning on bringing in additional physical therapists in 2021 and are looking at options for facility expansion in response to continuous growth since C.O.R.E. opened six years ago, Rathjen said. Most of their business comes to them through personal referrals, she added, and that means the team strives to live up to the expectations created by their patients’ confidence in them.
“We take that seriously,” she said.
C.O.R.E. Physical Therapy
& Sports Performance
17660 Wright St., Suites 9 and 10
Omaha, NE 68130