Meet Us

Get to know our team of over 30 therapists and find a caregiver with the same specializations that meet your needs.

Our Mission

To assist individuals, families and caregivers in achieving the highest level of functional independence in mobility, self-care, communication and safety.  We work to develop, practice and integrate a unique exercise or modification plan that supports the client’s skills and abilities while helping them to conquer or adapt to their limitations.

History

In 2004, our founder Dr. Vicky McHugh launched a mobile treatment clinic, originally named Key Physical Therapy, that intended to provide a higher level of individualized, holistic care she couldn’t find anywhere else. Over the years, Dr. McHugh attracted other like-minded experts with a wide range of specialties, from Occupational Therapy to Speech and Language Pathology and beyond. Our name was then changed to Key Complete Therapies in order to represent the comprehensive variety of services we provide. The “Key” in our name has remained consistent to represent the fact that our treatment is essential for improving our patients’ quality of life and helping them reach their goals for independence.

Team

At Key Complete Therapies, we believe our strength in numbers is what makes us stand out. Our well-educated team of mobile therapists has diverse backgrounds and specialties, allowing them to serve every type of traditional and non-traditional health and wellness condition. Key Complete therapists work in a positive, autonomous environment that gives them the freedom to control their caseloads and specializations, as well as develop new therapy programs as needed. With an extensive collection of certifications, degrees and qualifications among our therapists, we have the experience and the drive to deliver effective, personalized treatment backed by genuine kindness and care for your well-being.

Vicky - PT, DPT

Specialties:
Complex neuro, lifespan, chronic pain, Ehlers-Danlos

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Dr. Vicky has been an accredited physical therapist for over 22 years. She graduated from Creighton University with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Lend Leadership Clarkson College. Vicky has a Master’s certificate in education and certifications in Kinesiotape/Dry Needling. Additionally, she is a Clinical Instructor for the American Physical Therapy Association and a registered Tai Chi Instructor.

 

Why did Vicky become a PT? “I enjoy teaching people and helping them learn how to change their circumstances in order to learn new, adaptive ways to do things,” she says. “I also enjoy the challenge of empowering people to make a change and watching them do something that once seemed impossible.” Vicky believes the most rewarding part of being a PT is serving people across the lifespan and always learning new ways to help and support others. She is married with a daughter and stepson, has two puppies and chickens, and enjoys gardening, cooking, baking and traveling.

BevVan - OTR/L, CAPS, ECHM

Specialties:
Environmental-based interventions, home modifications, home safety

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BevVan has been an OT since 1981. She graduated from LSU Medical Center School of Allied Health with her BS in Occupational Therapy. BevVan is CAPS Certified and an Aging in Place Specialist through the National Association of Home Builders. She also holds an Executive Certificate in Home Modification through USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and a Digital Badge Home Modifications through National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy.

 BevVan was inspired to become an OT because of her parents and her youngest brother, who had a physical disability. They taught her that there is always more than one way to accomplish a goal. BevVan also took a series of interest batteries in college, and Occupational Therapy consistently showed up in her top three matches. She figured it was worth a try and fell in love with the profession.

 BevVan knows that a person can live more independently if their home environment doesn’t get in the way, which is why she specializes in home modifications. She also enjoys public speaking and informal teaching. BevVan also helps with marketing for Key. The most rewarding part of his job, she said, is helping people find solutions to problems they are facing.

 BevVan and her husband Ralph have two adult children and two dogs. BevVan loves creating things, whether she’s building, planting or planning or getting involved with local theatre.

Lauren - M.S., SLP-CCC

Specialties:
Environmental-based interventions, home modifications, home safety

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Lauren graduated from Rockhurst University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and communication science. Following her undergraduate degree, Lauren received her Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Lauren’s specialty area is early Intervention in articulation/language. She became an SLP because she loves working “hands-on” and working with a population of the community that means so much to her! Laruen has been an SLP for three years and states, “the most rewarding part is seeing the progress over time and when the light bulb clicks for the little ones in understanding how powerful their speech can be!” Lauren is a dog mom who loves the outdoors and anything with kids.

 

Angie is a cancer survivor of a rare form of cervical cancer called small cell neuroendocrine carcinoma (SCCC.), and she has been cancer-free for one year now! She has been married to her husband Kyle for 13 years. They have two cats, Max and Ruby. They love traveling, hiking, camping and other outdoor activities, like going to their family cabin in Ashland, NE.

Amanda — MS, OTR/L, LMGC

Specialty:
Occupational therapy

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Amanda has been an occupational therapist for 22 years. She graduated from the University of Nebraska-Omaha with a bachelor’s degree in biology, and from Creighton University with degrees in Occupational Therapy & Health and Wellness Coaching. She values spending individual time with people and feels that relationships foster the communication and trust necessary for a person to achieve optimal self-realization. Amanda enjoys being part of peoples’ journeys, entrusted with their goals, and fostering their success. She lives with her husband and their blended family with five children ranging from 17 to 36 years old, as well as two grandchildren. Much of her family time is spent between golf, camping, outings, church & volunteering.

Maren — PT, DPT

Specialties:
Adults with neurological diagnoses

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Maren has a  Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Creighton University and a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Belmont University. This is her first year as a physical therapist. 

Maren became a physical therapist to help patients reduce their pain, improve their quality of life and experience as much independence as possible. She specializes in working with adult patients with neurological diagnoses, including traumatic or acquired brain injuries, strokes, spinal cord injuries and balance difficulties. Margaret also has experience as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor, and she hopes to become a neurological-certified specialist within the next few years. 

She  is engaged to a fellow physical therapist she met at PT school. The two of them love to hike and explore national parks and monuments together and spend time on the water, mainly at the lake her parents live on in South Dakota.

Lisa — PT, DPT

Specialties: 
Physical therapy

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Dr. Lisa graduated from Creighton University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and doctoral degree in physical therapy, and she has been a PT for over 23 years. Lisa always knew she would be working in healthcare, as she loved anatomy, biology, movement, and all-things-medical. Choosing physical therapy gave her a diverse number of practice options and the ability to be a part of patients’ entire recovery process. As a physical therapist, she facilitates her patients’ recovery while empowering them to be an active part of the process.

Lisa and her husband Greg have five children, and live on an acreage just outside of a small, southwest Iowa town. Lisa and her family enjoy everything outdoors, camping, horses, four-wheeling, gardening. Their kids keep them pretty busy with sports all year round.

Dyan — PT

Specialties: 
Pediatrics, neuro, wheelchairs and other durable medical equipment, orthotics, and early power mobility.

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Dyan is a physical therapist of 15 years who completed her undergraduate work at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville, and her graduate work at the University of Tennessee-Memphis Health Science Center. Dyan became a PT because her brother was born with special needs and began physical therapy as a baby. She was told he would never walk, but he proved everyone wrong and began walking independently at 4 years old. By the time Dyan was 5, she knew she would be a pediatric physical therapist. She was very involved in her brother’s therapy sessions, and now loves to encourage patients’ siblings to join in.

Dyan is a very caring, knowledgeable people-person who loves helping patients achieve all their goals, big or small. Her favorite thing is giving someone mobility who has never experienced independent movement before. Dyan moved to Omaha to be closer to her sister, brother in law, and niece and nephews. She enjoys spending time with her family and watching the Memphis Grizzlies.

Shayla — OTD, OTR/L

Specialty:
Pediatric OT

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Shayla completed her undergraduate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and graduate school at Creighton University. She has been an OT for 3 years, and became one because she knew she wanted to help others. After both of her grandmas and cousin received occupational therapy for various reasons, she looked into it more and applied the same year. Shayla has always had a passion for working with children, and most of her career has been spent in pediatrics — from schools, to clinics, to home visits. She says the most rewarding part of being an OT is seeing a child go above and beyond when accomplishing their goals!

Shayla has been happily married to her husband, Eric, for two years. She stays busy with her one-year-old son named Brigham and her two dogs, Sophie and Sloane. Shayla loves to read in her free time and binge watch the latest Netflix shows.

Samantha — OTR/L

Specialties:
Pediatrics, Autism Spectrum disorder

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Samantha graduated from College of Saint Mary with her undergraduate degree in rehabilitation science and graduate degree in occupational therapy. She has been an OT for two years. Samantha decided to pursue this career because she was excited to work in a field that used the daily activities most important to people as the basis and end goal of therapy. She says it is a field that encourages creativity and allows her to do what she loves. Samantha’s main area of focus is pediatrics, and she has an extensive history of working with Autism Spectrum disorder. What Samantha loves most about OT is the privilege of making a positive contribution to the quality of someone’s life. She loves to see patients thrive in life as a result of her help.

Samantha is engaged and has a 2-year-old son named Bennett and 3-month-old daughter named Olivia. She spends most of her free time with her kids and fiancé, especially outside, and also enjoys cooking, baking, decorating her house, and painting.

Angela — PTA, LMT

Specialties:
Massage and physical therapy

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Angie has been an LMT (licensed massage therapist) for 21 years and at PTA (physical therapist assistant) for 14 years. She graduated from Clarkson College and has since continued education training in craniosacral therapy, myofascial release technique, cupping technique, and lymphatic massage. Angie pursued this career because she is truly passionate about helping people heal themselves, and is fascinated by the resiliency of the human body. She enjoys performing hands-on techniques that provide pain relief, healing and recovery to our patients. She also focuses on educating patients on ways of performing self-care and healing techniques they can provide to themselves.

Krista — PTA

Specialty:
PT assistance based on her personal experience

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Krista graduated from Clarkson College with her PTA and has been an PTA for four years. She grew up having physical therapy on a regular basis, which is what inspired her to do the same thing in her career. Looking back, she feels fortunate for the positive role PT played in her life and loves having the privilege of treating others. Krista feels that one of her strengths as a therapist is relatability. “Since I have been on the other side of the patient therapist relationship, I can often better understand their perspective, causing me to respond with compassion and passion to find solutions to help them,” she says. “The most rewarding part of my position at Key is I am able to interact with patients of various ages and populations. In each of these scenarios, not only am I able to meet some of their physical needs, but through that, I am often able to provide hope. I think being able to give hope makes it all worth it.”

She was born and raised in Omaha, has three older brothers and an identical mirror twin. Krista enjoys playing with her niece and nephews and anything related to sports, especially baseball and basketball. Krista is a die hard Chicago Cubs fan. Go Cubs Go!

Christina — PTA

Specialties:
General rehabilitation

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Christina has been in the rehabilitation field for seven years and has worked as a PTA for two years. She started as a CNA and has had many different roles in the medical field before moving to therapy. She knew at a young age that she enjoyed helping people, and says the most rewarding part of her PTA position is meeting so many people from different walks of life and helping them on their journey. She believes strength is both a positive mindset and an attitude.

Christina has been married to her husband, Justin, for two years. She has no children right now, but two wonderful fur babies named Luna and Pickle. Christina enjoys hiking, cooking, traveling to new places and spending time in nature.

Kerry — PTA

Specialty:
Pediatrics

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Kerry graduated from Clarkson college with her PTA degree and has been practicing for over 20 years. In college Kerry started out on a different path, but eventually found a passion for PT as a tech before attending PTA school. Kerry enjoys working with all ages, but pediatrics is her favorite. She is talented with adaptive equipment and enjoys using creative methods to solve problems.

Kerry has been married for almost 25 years. She stays busy with three children, one high-maintenance dog, a hamster, and two goldfish. Kerry enjoys playing volleyball, hiking and traveling.

Claire

Specialty:
Office administration

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Claire graduated from Iowa Western Community College with her Associates of Science degree. After being an office administrator for two years, she decided she wanted to pursue a healthcare career herself. She is currently attending Clarkson College studying radiography and medical imaging with a minor in healthcare business. Clare originally started in this field because she wanted to learn more about the “behind the scenes” work that occurs at KCT. She strives to provide great customer service, whether that be to our patients, their families, insurance companies, or therapists. Claire enjoys spending time with family and friends, baking, hanging out in the pool during the summer, and occasionally binge watching Netflix.

Christina — PTA

Specialties:
General rehabilitation

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Christina has been in the rehabilitation field for seven years and has worked as a PTA for two years. She started as a CNA and has had many different roles in the medical field before moving to therapy. She knew at a young age that she enjoyed helping people, and says the most rewarding part of her PTA position is meeting so many people from different walks of life and helping them on their journey. She believes strength is both a positive mindset and an attitude.

Christina has been married to her husband, Justin, for two years. She has no children right now, but two wonderful fur babies named Luna and Pickle. Christina enjoys hiking, cooking, traveling to new places and spending time in nature.

Claire

Specialty: 
Office Administration

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Claire graduated from Iowa Western Community College with her Associates of Science degree. After being an office administrator for two years, she decided she wanted to pursue a healthcare career herself. She is currently attending Clarkson College studying radiography and medical imaging with a minor in healthcare business. Clare originally started in this field because she wanted to learn more about the “behind the scenes” work that occurs at KCT. She strives to provide great customer service, whether that be to our patients, their families, insurance companies, or therapists. Claire enjoys spending time with family and friends, baking, hanging out in the pool during the summer, and occasionally binge watching Netflix.

Jayne

Specialty 
Office administration

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Jayne attended Metro Community College and Southeast Community College in Lincoln and is a Certified Medical Assistant (CNA) with an Associates Degree in Health Information Technology. She has been an office administrator for 15 years, and went into the profession because she felt it was rewarding to help people in need. She also says it’s rewarding to hear people tell her about KCT’s great therapists and to see the results of their hard work. Jayne has two daughters and three grandchildren, and her hobbies include genealogy, photography and scrapbooking.

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