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2055 N 156th St

Omaha, NE 68116 US


Meet the Doctors


Dr. Eric Clements, Dr. Robbi Long-Knudsen and Dr. Bird are all licensed Chiropractors and we have been serving the Omaha community since 1999.

Dr. Eric Clements

Before working in Omaha, Dr. Clements worked in Blair Nebraska and the Blair Chiropractic Center. He enjoyed 3 years in the Blair community before deciding to move his practice to Omaha.

Dr. Clements was born and raised in Tekamah, NE. He attended the University of Nebraska in Lincoln where he earned a bachelors degree in Biology. After graduation from Chiropractic School in St. Louis he returned to Nebraska to start a practice. He has enjoyed working with professional athletes throughout his career. He has worked on professional hockey players, crossfitters, triathletes, volleyball players, baseball and football players to name a few. He has also worked with numerous amateur, collegiate and semiprofessional athletes as well.

Dr. Robbi Long

Dr. Robbi is a native of Omaha, NE. She received her Bachelors at the University of Kansas and her Doctorate of Chiropractic at Northwestern Health Sciences in Minneapolis, MN. She began practicing in Omaha in 1999. In addition to her chiropractic degree Dr. Robbi has also received training in Active Release Techniques (ART), Pediatrics, Nutrition and Acupuncture. She is a member of the Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association and The American Chiropractic Association. She and her husband have 3 children...Read More About Dr. Robbi Long

Dr. Brandon Bird

Dr. Brandon Bird is a native of Omaha, Nebraska.  He received his Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science from Creighton University where he was also a member and Captain of the Bluejay baseball team.  Upon graduation, he moved to St. Louis, Missouri to pursue a career in Chiropractic Health Care.  

He graduated with honors from Logan College of Chiropractic in December of 2008.  While in St. Louis, Dr. Bird's love of sports and treating athletes led him to pursue a Master's Degree in Sports Science and Rehabilitation, which he completed in April of 2009.

We believe that staying active is a major key to being healthy and happy. Dr. Clements recently got to compete in a "beginner" Olympic weightlifting meet at my gym. He trained for 6 weeks and taped most of his training sessions. He said, "I found that when I looked back, the misses we all had were pretty funny. So I put together this video."

New patients receive FREE class IV therapeutic laser treatment.

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9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm


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Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "I have never had anything but excellent service each visit. Dr. Eric takes his time with each client and is very thorough. He always has suggestions to follow to have a healthier lifestyle."
    Genea D Omaha, NE

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