Casey Moeller ■ DPT
With over 15 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.
Physical therapy could easily be something I dread doing each week. However, Casey and his staff are so upbeat and encouraging that I actually look forward to seeing them and working together to regain my strength and abilities.
Casey and his team came highly recommended by my orthopedic doctor and they’ve earned a great reputation in the Crete area and community. Convenient location, easy check in, fantastic facilities and a knowledgeable and caring staff all make Crete Physical Therapy a great place to recover, recharge, and restore better health - Ann Teget
Brandie Harvey, P.T.A.
Brandie has been working as a PTA since May 2016 for Crete Physical Therapy and Hickman Physical Therapy. Her husband Kirk and four kids Mathew, Caitlyn, Andrew and Mallorie, reside in Firth and attend Norris schools.
In her spare time she enjoys returning to the Sandhills with her family to go tanking down the Middle Loup River. She is kept busy attending her kids’ activities which include volleyball, football, basketball, wrestling, track and soccer.
In December 2008 I had major back surgery. As part of my recovery, I was given a prescription to have physical therapy. I chose Crete Physical Therapy. Casey Moeller and his staff led me through the exercises with gentleness and explained each exercise. It's been six years since the surgery, and I still continue to do the exercises in the morning and evening. Because of this, I am having a normal life and can do many activities I enjoy including gardening. The secret to good health is to continue the physical therapy exercises daily. It really helps!- Carol Brinkmeyer | Hallam, NE
Jesse Meza, PTA
Jesse works at Crete PT and he is our bilingual Spanish interpreter. Jesse has years of experience in providing high quality care to his patients.