Dan Miller, PT, MS

Dan Miller, PT, MS, is a graduate of the University of Nebraska Medical Center Physical Therapy Master’s program. Dan has 17 years of physical therapy experience, dedicating his interests to the specialty areas of resolving chronic pain, and restoring the essential physical requirements supportive of movement health and physical performance.


Using his extensive background of knowledge and skills, Dan strives to provide his patients with the means to efficiently and effectively restore their optimal well-being.


Dan has grown to recognize through dedicated practice and staying current with advances in health care that despite the apparent complexity of a person’s pain, true healing is not only possible but achievable. The key Dan says “is merging the natural properties and resilience of the human body with the right ingredients of therapeutic influences.


Dan has taken the lead to bring his vision for care encompassing the whole body, mind and spirit establishing relief from pain and long-term recovery to Healing Motion Physical Therapy.

When not at work, Dan enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, being outdoors and in general experiencing life.


Ross Holsing, PT, DPT, OCS, TPI CGFI MP3

Ross is originally from Aberdeen, SD, and attended Creighton University for his undergraduate and graduate studies. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Theology in 2003. After graduating with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2008, he completed a 1 year orthopedic residency at Creighton University Medical Center. He then successfully passed the Orthopedic Certification Specialization exam in 2010.


Ross began working for Healing Motion Physical Therapy in 2015. He is certified in Graston Technique, a specialized form of manual therapy, and has completed all 3 levels of medical professional training with Titleist Performance Institute. He is the only Physical Therapist in Omaha with this specialized training for golfers. Ross has also been an adjunct professor at Iowa Western Community College for the Physical Therapy Assistant program.


Throughout his career as a Physical Therapist, Ross has enjoyed working with athlete's at every level, including professional, Olympic, college and high school. He especially enjoys treating shoulder injuries and golfers. In his free time, Ross enjoys golf, kayaking, racquetball, and spending time with his family.


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Mary Danielson, PT, DPT

Mary attended Creighton University and graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2002. She recently completed Level I Pelvic Health course through the APTA Section on Women’s Health. She has treated both men and women with pelvic health dysfunctions. Mary has sixteen years of experience in physical therapy specializing in pelvic health, back pain and physical conditioning. Mary takes a holistic approach to treatment encompassing the individual as a whole and not just an individual body part.

Prior to her physical therapy career, Mary spent over twelve years in the United States Military in both the U.S. Navy and Nebraska Army National Guard as a Medic and Practical Nurse. She is also a spouse to an U. S. Air Force Retired Veteran. Mary has previously owned her own contracting business with multiple physical therapy businesses in the Omaha and surrounding areas.

Mary recently moved back to Omaha from rural Nebraska in a regional health system where she gained experience treating all age groups and multiple dysfunctions and injuries. She enjoys spending her time with her family, baking, boating, fishing, skiing, hiking and just enjoying the outdoors in all weather conditions.