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Sydney grew up in Clearwater, NE and graduated from Wayne State College with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She graduated from the University of Nebraska Medical Center with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in May 2018. She gained diverse experience in hospital and clinic settings with clinical rotations in Nebraska, Oregon, Texas, and Iowa during physical therapy school. Beyond physical therapy school, Sydney has taken additional courses on pain science, headaches, low back pain, and stroke rehab. She is certified in Functional Dry Needling. Before joining the Hausmann team, Sydney worked as a physical therapist in the inpatient and outpatient settings at the Genoa Community Hospital in Genoa, NE. She is passionate about helping patients meet their goals, whether it be helping an athlete return to the sport they love or helping an older adult return to walking independently, and anything in between. Sydney is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Orthopedic section of the APTA, and the Nebraska chapter of the APTA.
Cooper grew up outside of Sioux Falls, SD. He graduated from Dakota State University in Madison, SD with a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science in 2016. In 2016, he began physical therapy school at the University of South Dakota. He graduated with his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2019. Cooper spent time on internships learning from top sports and orthopedic physical therapists in La Crosse, WI and Sioux Falls, SD. He completed his training as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2018. Cooper’s passions lie in helping patients exceed beyond their prior level of performance/function with a decrease in pain. He continues to study the latest research on injury prevention, mobility, nutrition, and active lifestyle. Cooper is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Nebraska chapter of the APTA, the Orthopedic section of the APTA, the American College of Sports Medicine, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Cooper and his wife, Heidi, have a one year old named Nash.
Stacy graduated from Columbus Lakeview High School in 2000. She entered the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Northeast Community College in Norfolk, NE where she was elected president of her class. Stacy earned her Associate of Applied Science degree and became a Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant in 2002. Since that time, Stacy has gained invaluable experience in many different venues, including outpatient, inpatient, short-term and long-term rehabilitation care. Stacy recently completed a certification as an Orthopaedic Specialist in Physical Therapy through Evidence in Motion. In addition to her extended education in orthopedic care, Stacy has attended training courses with focus on physical therapy treatment for shoulder disorders and pathologies, Parkinson’s disease, falls and balance, and advanced exercises for the professional athlete. Stacy is a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association with special interest in geriatric and orthopedic care, the Nebraska Chapter of the APTA, and is also a member of the Academy of Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. Stacy is passionate about her career as a physical therapist assistant and feels blessed to be able to serve the community of Pierce where she and her family live. Stacy and her husband, Brad, have three children: Cole, Katie and Carl. Together, they enjoy traveling within the US and internationally. They enjoy sports, the outdoors, and being active within the Hadar and Pierce communities.
Stacey grew up near Tilden, NE. She graduated Community College in 1995 where she received her Associates of Arts Degree and Associates of Applied Science degree for Physical Therapist Assistant. She has 24 years of experience in a variety of settings. After graduating, she worked for 10 years in the hospital setting where she gained valuable experience in a variety of areas including acute care, skilled care, home health, acute rehab unit, outpatient, cardiac and geriatrics. She then worked 12 years in an outpatient clinic and nursing home setting. Stacey has taken multiple continuing education courses during this time, focusing on orthopedics and neurological rehabilitation. She recently completed a certification as an Orthopedic Specialist in Physical Therapy through Evidence in Motion. She is passionate about helping patients progress to their goals and improve their function. She and her husband Todd live in Battle Creek and together have 5 children: Tanner, Grant, Hallie, Noah and Emily. They enjoy traveling, boating and spending time with family.