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Faces of Omaha 2018

April 19, 2018 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

Faces of Omaha is an annual sponsored publication that introduces a variety of “faces,” local industry leaders and experts, to the community. This exclusive publication was carefully cultivated​,​ so only one person and company per business category is invited to participate.

In the publishing industry, this sort of publication is known as “native advertising.” Native advertising is a unique form of sponsored content produced by editorial staff in conjunction with advertisers. The end result is an enjoyable book that has value to both the readers and advertisers.

Everyone featured in the book is truly the “face” of their field. Our sales team spent considerable time cultivating this list.

The following pages introduce more than 100 people and companies, the leaders in their respective areas of expertise, who stand ready to serve their community.  

Todd Lemke, publisher Omaha Publications

This sponsored content was printed in a special annual. To view, click here: Faces of Omaha 2018

Drs. Claire and Mark Rathjen

April 6, 2018 by
Photography by Bill Sitzmann

Our patient population includes all age groups, but they have one thing in common,” says Claire Lakatos-Rathjen, P.T., DPT, SCS, CSCS. Lakatos-Rathjen owns and operates Core Physical Therapy with her husband, Mark Rathjen, P.T., DPT, CSCS. “We did a survey and found that 95 percent of our patients self-describe as active or athletic. We work with high school and college athletes as well as people in their seventies who want to maintain an active lifestyle and make sure they’re doing it in the healthiest and safest way possible.”

The two doctors opened their clinic in December 2015. The Rathjens employ only licensed physical therapists, so patients don’t spend their time with techs. In addition to providing high-quality care, they have created a positive, relaxed, and welcoming atmosphere. 

“We want people to be able to walk in and instantly feel comfortable,” Lakatos-Rathjen says. “And with the rising cost of health care, we also want patients to feel that they’re getting excellent value in return for their hard-earned dollars.”   

Core Physical Therapy
17660 Wright St., No. 9 and No. 10     
OMAHA, NE 68130

This sponsored content appeared in Faces of Omaha 2018. To view, click here: https://issuu.com/omahapublications/docs/faces_2018/30