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Grand Island, NE -- Want Details About Cost and Availability? -- 402-641-3176 or

We work with you in the comfort of your home to get you back to doing the things you love including...

Safely Remain at Home

Don't let pain or balance issues keep you from living independently.

Active Older Adults

Just because you are getting older doesn't mean you have to give up activities


like playing ball with your grandkids or skiing.

Busy Professionals

Your time is money and you want an effective treatment for your foot, knee, hip or back pain without spending time going to a clinic.

Neurological Diseases

Dizziness, vertigo and Parkinson's Disease can be effectively treated with physical therapy in your home.


After Stroke

You may have already gone through a traditional bout of therapy but you know you can still make progress with the right guidance.


 Before/After Surgery

If you are stronger before you have surgery your recovery afterward will generally be quicker because everyone wants to get back to doing what they love.

Back pain relief exercise, <div class="LI-profile-badge"  data-version="v1" data-size="medium" data-locale="en_US" data-type="vertical" data-theme="dark" data-vanity="dr-nicholas-rech-pt-dpt-atc-cscs-51227877"><a class="LI-simple-link" href=''>Dr. Nicholas Rech, PT, DPT, ATC, CSCS</a></div>

Nicholas Rech, PT, CSCS

Nick offers an alternative experience to the traditional and often busy outpatient clinic.

Many people know they would benefit from physical therapy but they just don't go whether it's due to:

  • lack of time because you are a busy parent or professional

  • lack of transportation 

  • physically difficult to go to an outpatient clinic

  • don't feel comfortable exercising in a busy environment 

To overcome these barriers and get you the care you want, Nick comes to your home.

He knows you value personalized care and will work with you to achieve your specific goals.

Serving the Grand Island area with home visits and the whole state of Nebraska via telehealth. 

Care Philosophy

Movement and mobility are a basic human right. Everyone should have the opportunity to stay as active and independent as possible throughout life.


Physical therapy teaches you to build and keep the strength, balance, flexibility and endurance needed to perform at your highest level whether it's sports or safely walking through the grocery store.


Physical therapy can reduce pain to improve your quality of life with reduced need for pain medications or repeated doctor visits.


As your therapist, Nick looks to form a team with you to guide you to meet your goals.


Nick graduated with a B.S. in Athletic Training from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.


He then earned his Masters degree in Health and Human Movement with an Emphasis in Sports Medicine while working as a graduate assistant athletic trainer for the women's gymnastics and football teams at Utah State University.


Finally earning his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Delaware. 

He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Certified Athletic Trainer.

Nick grew up on a farm in eastern Nebraska. Like many other therapists, he sustained a back injury in high school and the subsequent physical therapy he received turned him on to the profession.


Nick has experience treating outpatient sports and orthopedics, outpatient geriatrics, acute care at a regional hospital and acute rehabilitation (Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital).


While working in the hospital, skilled nursing and home health he gained experience treating many patients after total hip and total knee replacement. At Madonna, he was on the stroke team but also treated patients with spinal cord injury and traumatic brain injury.

Nick and his wife, a nurse, did travel therapy and nursing where he worked in skilled nursing and home health.


He and his wife, Kelsey, moved to Grand Island in 2017 and have two sons, Arlo (5) and Ollie (3). Nick's hobbies include playing with his son, gardening, reading, mountain biking, rock climbing, snowboarding, carpentry, general health, nutrition and fitness. 

How different would your life look if you were stronger and had less pain?

Want Nick to help you decide if in-home physical therapy is right for you?

If you are unsure if physical therapy is right for you or if you have not had a good experience in the past or if you just have questions, Nick would be happy to talk to you first to make sure you are a good fit.

If you have questions about availability or cost before booking an appointment just fill out this quick form to get more information about you and your situation and we'll be happy to determine if we are right for you.

For a limited time, Nick is offering free 20min consultations over an online video call. This is a great way to see what Nick can do for you. Fill out this quick form to get started. 

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