Community

Community Involvement

February 2017
MPTS staff attended and donated money to the Guardian Angel Auction Fundraiser for St. Gerald’s Elementary school and parish.
February 2017
MPTS partnered up with Creighton Physical Therapy students to donate to the Joint Effort volleyball tournament. This tournament was held on February 10th, and it raised money for the Nebraska Arthritis Foundation.
January 2017
MPTS donated to the first annual “Shoot-A-Thon for Katie” with local Creighton Students. Katie (Schindler) Prins was a 2016 Creighton DPT graduate, and passed away from cancer shortly after she graduated. Katie loved basketball, and her family wanted to start a scholarship program in her memory – Creighton students help kick-start this dream with the Shoot-A-Thon.
December 2016
The MPTS team and their patients worked together again during December to raise money and collect gifts for the Heartland Family Shelter in Omaha – a safe place for abuse families and victims. Together they put together gifts for 8 women and 15 children, to give them something to open on Christmas morning.
Christmas Gifts 2016
October 2016
MPTS is partnering with NAFC (the National Association for Continence) to host a complimentary one hour educational in-service focus on menopause changes occurring in pelvic floor muscles.
September 2016
Dr. Wisinski spoke at the “Jays for Peds” club at Creighton – club includes just under 100 physical therapy, occupational therapy and pharmacy students interested in pediatrics. During this one hour talk she shared her knowledge and experiences about working with children who battle with pelvic floor problems.
Summer 2016
Dr. Wisinski provided numerous complimentary educational in-services to medical offices across the Omaha area. During these in-services, she instructs medical staff in topics such as safe lifting and transfers, desk ergonomics and pelvic floor strengthening.
April 2016
Dr. Wisinski and Dr. Cantral attended the “Art of Living with Cancer,” a premier cancer conference for survivors, their caregivers and medical professionals. It is hosted by A Time To Heal, a holistic cancer rehabilitation program that was founded in Omaha and is now delivered nationwide. Dr. Wisinski was asked to speak during the conference about exercises for women with breast cancer.