Wyatt Robinson

Wyatt Robinson

Clinic Director | Physical Therapist

Wyatt treats all musculoskeletal injuries ranging from the neck all the way down to the ankle and foot. He takes a special interest in athletic injuries of the upper and lower extremities with emphasis on return to sport.

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy from Creighton University
    • Founding program of Doctorate Level education
  • Bachelor’s of Science in Athletic Training from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Experience rehabilitating NCAA Division I Football, Basketball, Baseball, Wrestling, and Track and Field.

Wyatt strives to provide a holistic approach to physical therapy in treating the whole person and developing meaningful relationships. He focuses on constructing unique exercise programs tailored to the individual and encompassing patients’ goals.

Wyatt grew up on a farm in rural Nebraska where he developed a love and passion for Husker Football. He participated in a multitude of sports including football, basketball, baseball, track and field, and golf. In his free time Wyatt enjoys exercising, watching/playing sports, hiking, and spending time with his family. He would love to help you return to all activities pain free.

Blog Posts written by Wyatt Robinson

Fall Conditioning to Prevent Winter Falls on the Slopes

Thanks to releasable ski bindings, the rate of leg fractures associated with skiing have decreased tremendously over the last several years. However, medial collateral ligament (MCL) and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are on the rise in this population, and account for about 30% of all ski injuries. We’ve heard common suggestions for avoiding injury, like taking a break at midday so you are rested for your afternoon turns, and eating a good lunch so you have fuel for your muscles to...