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Update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) for Our Patients

We are prepared and taking the appropriate measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the protection and safety of our patients and staff.

Important:
  • If you’ve traveled overseas, you must stay home for 14 days after returning from travel, monitor your health, and practice social distancing.
  • Anyone that is sick with a fever, cough, or has trouble breathing should call their primary care physician before coming into our clinic.

Welcome to
Live Well Physical Therapy in Grand Island and Hastings, NE

We are a professional physical therapy staff who are committed to providing attentive and individualized care in a personal and compassionate environment utilizing innovative aquatic and land-based therapies. Our ultimate goal is to assist those we serve to achieve their highest level of healing and function so they may live with the utmost quality of life.

We provide personalized care to help our patients regain physical strength and lead an independent, pain-free life.

We were voted "Best Physical Therapy Clinic in Grand Island" for 2020.


Choose Well... Choose Live Well

Read Our Story
Live Well Physical Therapy offers rehabilitation to the injured people in the Grand Island, NE, area. We understand that life does not stop for anyone, and we work to ensure you get back on your feet as soon as possible.

Our professionally trained physical therapists and support team are trained with extensive experience in men and women's health issues, surgical recuperation, and injury healing. Our staff prides ourselves with exceptional patient relations and results.

Live Well Physical Therapy Clinic is owned and operated by Barb Engberg and Matt Hilligas.

Call today for your individual treatment plan today!

Call Us Today
(308) 382-9700

OUR TEAM OFFERS

Aquatic
Therapy
Aquatic
Therapy
Functional
Dry Needling
Functional
Dry Needling
Running
Evaluation
Running
Evaluation
Graston
Technique
Graston
Technique
Blood Flow
Restriction
Blood Flow
Restriction
Additional
Programs
Additional
Programs

Read what your neighbors have to say...

  • I felt comfortable from day one going to Live Well, and they helped my mobility in my shoulder in a very timely fashion. I would go to Live Well with any future issues I might have in which I need PT, and have referred several others.…

    Kathy B.

  • Very professional staff that took great care of me.…

    Taylor J.

  • My mom has been going for a while and loves the therapists and receptionists. If I ever need therapy I will choose Live Well.…

    Deb V.

  • Within a matter of a couple weeks of following the home excercise program I was back to 100%. I couldn’t be happier! …

    Andy K.

  • Great people, who truly take an interest in your personal well being and treat you with respect and kindness.…

    Brenda R.

  • The Physical Therapists at Live Well are very experience in orthopedics, sports medicine, and manual therapy for all ages. I would highly recommend them for you and or your family’s rehab needs!…

    Steven J.

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