Rob and Susan opened Siegmund Physical Therapy in 2010. They enjoy working together as a husband and wife team and complement one anothers professional interests. At Siegmund Physical Therapy each patient recieves one on one care with either Susan or Rob.
Robert Siegmund PT, DPT, CSCS
Robert Siegmund was born and raised in the suburbs of New York City. He moved to Omaha in 1997 to attend Creighton University. He graduated in 2003 with his doctorate in Physical Therapy. Rob has now practiced for 16 years in outpatient physical therapy specializing in shoulder injuries, sports performance, TMD/jaw pain and vestibular rehabilitation. He completed a year long fellowship under Bob Donatelli and also is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Rob has also completed post graduate work in Maitland manual therapy and Graston. Rob enjoys college basketball (Go Bluejays) and pro football (Go Giants) as well as gardening and reading. Additionally, Rob coaches both youth basketball and baseball. Rob enjoys helping all athletes and non athletes achieve their maximum potential.
Susan Siegmund PT, DPT
Susan Siegmund was born and raised in Omaha, NE. Susan Graduated from Creighton University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2003. Susan has extensive post graduate training in Maitland manual therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, foot and ankle, and Graston instrument assisted soft tissue mobilizing. Treatment specialties include spine pain, TMD/headaches, post partum rehabilitation, SI dysfunction and balance training. Susan enjoys spending time with her two children, Ethan and Paige, and cheering on Creighton athletics including soccer, baseball, volleyball and basketball. She is passionate about helping others achieve their wellness and health goals. Susan's hobbies include reading, gardening, and spending time outdoors.
Tony Milone, PTA
Tony Milone was born in Fullerton, CA. He spends most of his time at the beaches of orange county. He enjoyes beach sports, the waves, and skateboarding around Newport Beach. After graduating from CSUF in 2015, he moved to Omaha to pursue physical therapy. While studying physical therapy at Clarkson college, Tony worked as a strength and conditioning coach specializing in sports performance for high school athletes. In his free time, he enjoys exploring the sites, attractions, and food Omaha has to offer as well as spending time with family.