About Curt Krobot, DPT, OCS

Curt hails from the bustling metropolis of Stuart, NE, population 600. Curt received his BS in Biology at the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2006, completed his Doctorate of Physical Therapy at the Nebraska Medical Center, and joined the staff at Premier after graduation in 2010. Curt was married in June 2012, and they are enjoying building their lives here in Omaha. Curt is an avid runner and golfer, and loves bringing that knowledge to his patients, even if it means delaying his PGA tourcard.

Reduce Running Forces With An App

Excessive impact forces during running can lead to acute and chronic related injuries. These injuries can include: -Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome -Iliotibial Band Syndrome -Tendinitis -Stress fracture Those who run with high impact forces typically demonstrate a lower rate of knee bend during "loading", higher "braking" forces due to over-striding, and excessive vertical motion during the running cycle. Running with music can also be a contributing factor, as we don't hear ourselves so we don't try and reduce our [...]

By | 2017-09-21T10:08:55+00:00 September 21st, 2017|Parent Category I|Comments Off on Reduce Running Forces With An App

BMI vs Waist to Hip Ratio as an Indicator of Health

The BMI, or Body Mass Index, has long been supported and utilized as an indicator of health or risk of illness. The BMI is based on weight vs height calculation. BMI = weight(kg)/height2(m2)   (Metric Units) BMI = 703·weight(lb)/height2(in2)     (U.S. Units) The results rank as below: Underweight = <18.5 Normal weight = 18.5–24.9 Overweight = 25–29.9 Obesity = BMI of 30 or greater For everything the BMI tells us it doesn't take into account body composition; [...]

By | 2017-09-06T11:49:26+00:00 September 6th, 2017|Parent Category I|Comments Off on BMI vs Waist to Hip Ratio as an Indicator of Health