Our Nebraska Therapy Team



Erin graduated with a master’s in Occupational Therapy from College of Saint Mary in 2012.  She has worked primarily with the geriatric population in skilled nursing facilities and most recently, in independent living facilities and assisted living facilities. Erin is certified in lymphedema therapy, LSVT BIG, and has done specific training for dementia, taping, and IASTM.  

Erin lives in Arlington with her husband, TJ, their 3 kiddos and our dog.  Her family loves sports, particularly baseball and volleyball. They also love adventure, traveling to the mountains, and being outside. 


Mary received her degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Kansas. She has advanced training and certification in lymphedema therapy and management and Tia Chi. Mary has participated in a variety of training to advance in skills including fall prevention, myofascial release, dementia, taping, and sensory integration and management. Over the years, Mary has worked in a variety of settings including acute care hospital, SNF, ALF, home health and pediatrics. Mary has wide interests outside of the workplace including being with her family, being outdoors, traveling and quilting. 


Molly completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at Iowa State University in 1993 and her marketing degree at University of Nebraska Omaha in 1994. Molly earned her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2001. She has practiced in a variety of settings, however consistently working with the geriatric population. Molly lives in Omaha, NE with her husband, two children and her mother. Her hobbies include hiking and spending time with her family.


Riley Maxwell


Riley graduated from College of Saint Mary with her Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy and has primarily worked with adult and geriatric populations. Besides working with her awesome elderly friends (she prefers to call her patients friends), she enjoys rock climbing, playing futbol, and growing her indoor plant collection! She looks forward to continuing her education in pelvic floor training and improving her skills to improve the lives of her patients.