Errin Nelson PT, DPT is joining the crew and we could not be more excited! Errin grew up in Taylor, Nebraska. She is married to her high school sweetheart, Brett, and they have one son, Nollan. Aside from physical therapy, Errin and her husband raise Hereford cattle and take time as a family to exhibit at local and national stock shows. She enjoys playing competitive volleyball and attending Husker sporting events. 


​She graduated from Wayne State College, with a bachelors degree in Applied Human and Sports Physiology. She went on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2009


​Errin enjoys working with patients of all ages. After practicing for the last twelve and a half years, she has come across many different diagnoses; both straight forward and those a bit more challenging. 


​"It's always my goal to make my patients better as soon as possible. Helping my patients attain some relief at their initial contact is very important to me. Working with patients to help them see the value in using physical therapy in their wellness plan is one of my passions."

Errin officially starting treating patients on December 20th, and is currently seeing patients Monday through Friday. She is a certified Sole Supports Orthotics provider, specializes in manual therapy and orthopedics, as well as has extensive training in dry needling. She has vast experience in the outpatient clinic setting, as well as hospital acute care, geriatrics, pediatrics, and orthopedic conditions. We hope you'll stop in to meet the newest addition!

As a physical therapist, Errin has been an advocate for movement and wellness, participating in many community outreach projects. She has presented at the NEXT conference for the American Physical Therapy Association, the Nebraska Athletic Trainers Association, and local community functions to help members gain more understanding about physical therapy and the services the physical therapy profession can offer to their communities. 


"Knowledge is truly power and patients and therapists alike can gain so much from working together."


Manual, hands-on, therapy and being able to use her skill set as a physical therapist to work through a patient's pain and dysfunction to assist them in returning to their normal daily life is one of Errin's passions. 


"With my love for sports, I truly appreciate patients who are eager to be well and are 'coachable'. It is exciting to have patients involved and truly invested in their own health, wanting to learn more about how to improve their physical well-being."

Welcome to the crew, Errin!

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2021 South E St., Suite #1 Broken Bow, NE 68822

Help us welcome the newest addition to Pearson Physical Therapy!