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Bethany Vitko

Occupational Therapist

Hello everyone! Bethany Vitko here. I’m an occupational therapist (OT) specializing in all things women’s health.

My love for the specialty started during clinical rotations at a women’s health and healing center, where I was introduced to pelvic floor, breast cancer, and lymphedema rehabilitation. Before graduation, I became certified in lymphatic therapy and soon after pursued pelvic floor education.

I’m especially passionate about core rehab and manual therapies including visceral manipulation, manual lymph drain, and myofascial release to decrease symptoms like diastasis recti or pain, maximize outcomes post-surgery, and improve people’s movement/quality of life. I always try to pair this with teaching you how daily activities, stress, and movement patterns impact pain and progress-that’s OT! I’m a Prenatal and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist, and want to help you with those exercises that make a huge difference in the gym or daily life.

I obtained my Master’s of Occupational Therapy from College of Saint Mary. My continuing education includes Certified Lymphatic Therapist, Visceral Manipulation, Certified Breastfeeding Specialist, Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation, Prenatal Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist, Universal Design, Functional Nutrition for Optimal Fertility through the Integrative Women’s Health Institute, and more.

Days/Hours in Office:

Tuesdays and Thursdays by appointment

How to Schedule:

Online scheduling available at


Amanda Woodhead

Physical Therapist

​"I’ve been a physical therapist for 12 years, practicing and specializing in
orthopedic injuries and rehabilitation. I’m a Lincoln native and a graduate of
Northwestern University in Chicago with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy.

My interest is still in orthopedic injuries, return to sport athletes, and dry
needling (I promise you will love this!). But, the past couple of years, I have
become very passionate in treating the female athlete specifically. My passion
about this grew over my own pursuit with training to be a competitive athlete
in sports as well as in the weight room.

My goal is to provide evidence-based evaluations and assessments in order to
create treatment programs to correct the dysfunctions that are causing pain. I
will assess from head to toe in mobility, strength, and function. I do expect my
patients to be an active participant in their own rehab; so patient education is
a large part of the road to recovery. Programs include reducing pain, restoring
range of motion, progressively loading the joints, and ultimately returning to
multifunctional and multitasking activities.

You CAN enjoy your recreational and daily activities without pain, and I would love to help!"

Days/Hours in Office:

Wednesdays and Fridays by appointment

How to Schedule:


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