Matt Schwager, DPT, CLWT,CIDN, LSVT Big Certified
Matt received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska in 2008. He has experience in outpatient orthopedics, pediatrics, inpatient and home health in both rural and urban communities, and has over 8 years of home health experience. Matt started out his career serving the communities of western Lincoln including Milford, Friend, and surrounding communities for inpatient, geriatric, and outpatient orthopedic care. Matt then opened Coddington Physical Therapy in May 2010 in west Lincoln. Matt has partnered with Interim Healthcare of Lincoln to manage all of their physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy needs thru a separate company called MLS Physical Therapy. Interim is a home healthcare business that has been serving "at home" patients for over 25 years. Matt and Casey Moeller, D.P.T. opened a satellite clinic in Hickman, NE in January, 2013 Hickman Physical Therapy. Matt is a co-owner of Advanced Physical Therapy on 84th and Old Cheney in Lincoln, NE.
Matt especially enjoys working with sports injuries and post surgical patients. After seven years of professional baseball with the Baltimore Orioles, he has a passion for patients with shoulder pain and has had great success treating patients with all types of shoulder injuries. Matt is currently treating patients at Coddington Physical Therapy in west Lincoln 3 days per week and treats patients in their homes for Interim Healthcare 2 days per week. Matt is married and has three sons. He has certifications in lymphedema treatments and wound care and is certified in Dry Needling. He also specializes in treating patients with Parkinson’s using the LSVT Big Program.
Thanks to Matt and the employees at Coddington Physical Therapy. They were all amazing to work with. The staff at Coddington all cared about me and gave me the direction I needed to recover. I had a hip replaced in 2012. I was very active before for my hip surgery and became frustrated 6 weeks following my surgery because I was not recovering the way I had hoped. I continued to have pain and weakness. I was referred to Coddington Physical Therapy and followed their direction. The results were unbelievable. It has been 5 years since my surgery, and my hip is still pain free. I am back to my active lifestyle again!- Doug Schindel
Casey Moeller ■ DPT
With over 16 years experience as an in-demand physical therapist, Casey's love of helping people heal began when he experienced rehabilitation to his own body as a high school athlete. Originally from Grand Island, Casey graduated from Doane College in 1996 and from Creighton University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2000. He was part of the team that founded Crete Physical Therapy in 2006 and purchased the practice in 2008. You can also find Casey at his other clinics: Coddington Physical Therapy in Lincoln and Hickman Physical Therapy.
When Casey isn't at the office, he enjoys life by being with his family: skiing, biking, traveling, playing softball, and coaching youth sports. He and his wife, Shannie, have four kids - Cade, Ella, Crew, and Cash - who attend Norris school. The Moeller family recently moved to an acreage near Roca and love the beauty of the landscape and sense of rural community.
Thanks for helping me get my happy, pain free life back. I appreciate all your encouragement and guidance with both my knees. You're the best!- Terrie Henderson-Urtel
Alison Cullinan ■ OTR/L, CLT
Alison Cullinan, OTR/L, CLT grew up in Arthur, Nebraska. She completed her undergraduate studies and played volleyball at Hastings College, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Developmental Psychology in 2009. She received her Masters of Occupational Therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri in 2011.
Alison is specially trained in Women's Health Therapy from the Herman and Wallace Institute. Her focus is to restore a high quality of life to women who are experiencing pelvic floor dysfunction: bowel and bladder dysfunction, sexual health concerns, and pelvic pain exacerbations. Treatment approaches may include, but are not limited to: manual therapies, modalities, behavioral strategies, therapeutic exercise and activity, neuromuscular re-education, and patient education.
Alison received her Certification in Lymphedema Therapy from the Academy of Lymphatic Studies in 2016. She is trained in the use of the Vodder Technique of manual lymph drainage and complete decongestive therapy.
Alison is excited to bring her education and years of experience to Coddington Physical Therapy to provide individualized, client centered care that will help you rebuild your confidence, and restore your engagement in activities that are meaningful and important to you.