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Dr. Whitney Haase

DC

Midwest Movement

Chiropractor
Pelvic Floor Therapist
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Hello!

I'm Dr. Haase

Functional movement for motherhood. Move and feel better with natural, effective, functional chiropractic care.

I'm a functional chiropractor, and I've made it my mission to elevate musculoskeletal care, especially for women's core and pelvic health. Our spines & pelvic floors don't work in isolation, so why would we treat those areas like the rest of our bodies doesn't matter? Endless adjustments and Kegels are out, function is in. Let's move.

Where to Find Me

Midwest Movement
2929 North 204th Street suite 117, Elkhorn, NE, USA
(402)-256-6683

Offers Virtual Consultations

Where to Find Me

Midwest Movement
2929 North 204th Street suite 117, Elkhorn, NE, USA
(402)-256-6683

Offers Virtual Consultations

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services offered

Dry needling Pelvic floor therapy Rehabilitative exercise Cupping therapy Extraspinal manipulation Myofasical release Chiropractic adjustments

professional certifications

Webster Certified Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Trigger Point Dry Needling Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization Motion Palpation Institute

my practice philosophy in a nutshell:

My practice is a modern blend of traditional chiropractic with cutting-edge rehabilitative techniques. If you're looking for a quick in-and-out office, this isn't the place for you. I use chiropractic adjustments along with the primal, foundational movement patterns that we build during infancy & childhood, dry needling, and functional training techniques to address the underlying causes behind most musculoskeletal pain complaints. My patients should expect to be active during appointments (think anything from rolling on the floor to lifting weights) and be ready to implement these movement strategies in day-to-day life.

when i'm not practicing:

I'm a mother of three and aspiring homesteader. When I'm not in the office, you can catch me wrangling toddlers (and chickens), playing piano, trying not to kill my flower garden, working on my front squat, and perfecting my sourdough recipes.

He who treats the site of pain is lost.

Karel Lewit, MD