Louisville, Plattsmouth & Hooper Ne 68031
Dr. Dan Witte, PT, DPT, OCS

Dr. Dan Witte, PT, DPT, OCS

Board Certified Physical Therapist

Dan was raised in Louisville, graduating from Louisville High School in 2001. He attended Midland Lutheran College in Fremont graduating with a major in biology and a minor in Chemisty in 2005. In 2007 he enrolled in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Creighton University graduating in 2010. After graduation he spent time in a residency program to become a Board Certified Orthopedic specialist. He enjoys working closely with patient to help them achieve their goals and to return to their specific functions and activities. In his spare time he loves to coach youth sports, play golf, and spend time with his family.

Katie Alvarado, PTA

Katie Alvarado, PTA

Katie was born and raised in Grand Island, Nebraska. After graduating from Grand Island Senior High, Katie attended the University of Nebraska Omaha where she received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. After completing her Bachelor’s degree Katie then attended Clarkson College where she obtained her Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant degree graduating Summa Cum Laude. Katie is a current member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Nebraska Physical Therapy Association.

Dr. Kayla Mammen PT, DPT

Dr. Kayla Mammen PT, DPT

Kayla was raised in Wilber, NE where she graduated from Wilber-Clatonia High School. Following high school, Kayla attended Doane College and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with an Emphasis in Exercise Science and minors in Biology and Psychology. Kayla obtained her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Kayla is excited for a career that enables her to help members of the Louisville and surrounding communities return to activities they enjoy following an injury, surgery, or pain related conditions. Kayla is interested in all aspects of physical therapy, especially joint replacements, sports injuries, and balance difficulties. Kayla has training in vestibular rehabilitation, which allows her to help patients with BPPV, dizziness, tinnitus, and other vestibular symptoms. Kayla and her husband, Jason, enjoy spending time with their family and friends, hiking with their dogs, and traveling to new places.

Melissa Schulze, PTA

Melissa Schulze, PTA

Melissa was raised in Murray, NE. After graduating from Conestoga High School, Melissa attended Wayne State College where she received her Bachelors of Science in Biology. After receiving her Bachelor's degree, Melissa attended Clarkson College where she obtained her Associate of Science in Physical Therapist Assistant. After recovering from two hip surgeries in high school and going through physical therapy herself. Melissa has a passion to help patients reach theirs goals and return back to their specific functions and activities.

Dr. Natosha Siemek, PT, DPT

Dr. Natosha Siemek, PT, DPT

NaTosha was raised near Ansley, Nebraska, but her and her family have made Louisville, NE their home. NaTosha is excited to be part of a hometown community where she can serve the population and raise her family. NaTosha attended Nebraska Wesleyan University where she ran 4 years on the track team and received her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science. Following Wesleyan, she attended the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha and obtained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. NaTosha is also a member of the Nebraska National Guard for over 17 years and is thankful for the opportunities and experiences that organization has provided her. NaTosha has been practicing physical therapy full time since 2013. She has specialty experience working in pediatrics and women's health and is excited to bring these opportunities to Witte Physical Therapy.

Michael Witte

Dr. Michael Witte, PT, DPT, ATC/L, CSCS

Michael grew up on a farm south of Nebraska City. He earned his Bachelor's degree from University of Nebraska at Kearney in Exercise Science and Athletic Training. After coming to Omaha to work as an Athletic Trainer, he later enrolled in Creighton University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program and graduated in 2005. He has also earned post-graduate certificates in Healthcare Systems Administration (HSA), and Health Science Education Leadership (HSEL), is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Functional Movements System (FMS) certified clinician and American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) credentialed clinical instructor.

Following graduation from PT school, he began his career in Plattsmouth NE working for 2 years in the community. In 2007 he accepted a teaching appointment with Clarkson College Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program in Omaha Nebraska. Michael was with Clarkson College from 2007 to 2021 in a variety of capacities beyond teaching physical therapy courses. He served as Director of Clinical Education for 8 years, earned the rank of Associate Professor, served as VP and President of Faculty Senate, was the PTA Program Director for 3 years, Campus Health and Wellness coordinator for 2 yeas and was a faculty in the General Education department leading Academic Travel Abroad (ATA) trips taking students to see healthcare systems and hospitals firsthand in Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, France, Ireland and Italy.

Michael’s clinical background is in outpatient orthopedics, and sports medicine in a private practice setting. During his career, he has had the opportunity to work with all levels of patients and athletes from highs school, collegiate and professional settings in a wide variety of sports including experience with Olympic power lifting, football, volleyball, and speed training camps. He has continuing education training in: IASTM technique, Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) myokinematics, Kinesiotaping, Functional Dry Needling (FDN1), and Functional Movements Systems (FMS). He is an active member of the APTA, a member of the Nebraska chapter of the APTA (APTA-NE), National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), and National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Mollie Rew

Mollie Rew, PTA, OMTS, CCP

Mollie Rew grew up in Yutan, Nebraska. She received her Associates of Science, Physical Therapist Assistant degree from Clarkson College in Omaha. Following completion of her boards, she moved to Texas where she worked in various clinical settings for the next ten years. Having been an athlete throughout high school, outpatient, orthopedic therapy piqued her interest. She has been practicing in this setting for the last seven years, treating a wide range of diagnoses. Mollie has obtained multiple certifications throughout her years as a practicing therapist. These include Orthopedic Manual Therapy Specialization, Certified Craniofacial Practitioner, Blood Flow Restriction certification, and Kinesiology Taping certification. She is able to utilize these specific skills to optimize her patients’ outcomes and improve their quality of life. When Mollie isn’t working as a PTA, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, antique shopping, and attending country concerts and sporting events-GBR!

Board Certified

Proud member of the 6% of physical therapists in the United States who are board certified to serve their patients better.

After graduating from Creighton University with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Dr. Dan Witte chose to apply for a residency program for Orthopedics.

After completing an additional year of study and focused patient care Dr. Dan passed another round of board certification exams to become an Orthopedic Certified Specialist. Although he has experience in a variety of areas and disciplines with physical therapy, Dr. Dan has received extra training and posses extra skills needed to accurately and efficiently help get you back to your normal function and life.

Injury Prevention & Rehab

Helping patients both prevent future injuries and recover from past ones

The goal of physical therapy is to set the patient up for success. We want to use our skills to treat the current issue that you are dealing with, but also work to give you the tools to make sure it can be managed long term. Patient education and physical therapy treatment is a big part of our care.

Individualized Approach

Every patient is different and so is our approach to treating them.

Every injury is not the same for every patient, thus every treatment can’t be. For physical therapy to be effective each treatment approach must be tailored for the individual and must include more than a physical approach. With every patient we take the time to analyze every aspect of the injury and work to address all issues to ensure the best recovery possible.