Dr. Nolan Clausen and Dr. Whitney Haase are the co-owners and chiropractors at Midwest Movement, a new chiropractic and functional rehab clinic opening this month in Elkhorn. They will also be treating patients out of the new Activ8 gym a few days each week.
Nolan and Whitney both graduated from Cleveland University-Kansas City with their Doctorate of Chiropractic degree last spring. They have a passion for movement and exercise and are excited to bring a fresh perspective on chiropractic care to Omaha. Their training from the Prague School of Rehabilitation has equipped them with the most up-to-date strategies for assessing and treating dysfunctional movement in everyone from elite-level athletes, to postpartum moms, to young children. Nolan and Whitney share a functional approach to chiropractic care and believe the human body was made for movement, so their treatment focuses on patient empowerment and active rehab.
Dr. Whitney and Dr. Nolan are excited to be a part of the A8 family!
Whitney has specialized in treating pelvic floor and abdominal dysfunction, especially in pregnant and postpartum women, and she is the only certified BirthFit Professional in the Omaha metro. She graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with honors and her B.S. in psychology. During her time in Lincoln, she developed a passion for long distance road racing and trail running, and has since become an expert in gait and running-related injuries.
Nolan has specialized in assessing and treating golf and baseball athletes, and he is Titleist Performance Institute and OnBaseU certified. He also is a Certified Functional Strength and Conditioning coach and is passionate about helping people become and stay active. He graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University, where he played football and basketball all four years.