Sharee Fejfar-Jedlicka, PT, DPT is the Founder and Director of Dynamic Life Therapy and Wellness, P.C. Ms. Fejfar-Jedlicka graduated from Creighton University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in the spring of 1998. Her areas of experience comprise of orthopedic and neuromuscular therapy including industrial and overuse injuries, geriatrics and balance training, home health care and musculoskeletal disorders in pregnancy. She has extensive continuing education and expertise focusing on back pain and sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Her most recent education was in women's health including incontinence and pelvic floor muscle training through the American Physical Therapy Association of which she is a member. Sharee and her husband, Matt have roots in Schuyler and currently live in Columbus with their two children. They enjoy going skiing, family baseball and sports outings.
Cassie Sprague graduated from Heritage College in Kansas City, MO in September 2013 with an Associate Degree in Massage Therapy. She has since added to her degree with continued education in Cupping, Reiki Massage, Reflexology and Myofascial Release. Cassie is a nationally certified massage therapist and an AMTA member. She enjoys the much-needed releases for any client on the benefits of how massage effects everyone differently. Massage Therapy is Cassie’s passion and she enjoys researching, looking for new challenges and new developments for the betterment of the health of her clients. In her free time Cassie enjoys sleeping, walking her dog Remington and working out. She also loves spending time with her husband, Clint and their families.
Holly was born and raised in Columbus. She graduated from Scotus Central Catholic High School, and then attended Northeast Community College, where she earned her Physical Therapist Assistant degree. She is also a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Holly joined Dynamic Life in 2014. She assists with patient treatments and other tasks around the clinic. She enjoys treating a variety of conditions from knee and shoulder injuries, to back pain and balance deficits. "I enjoy hearing patients’ stories, and it's exciting to see them overcome obstacles as they recover from pain and injury and return to doing what makes them happy.”
Holly loves listening to music and dancing. She also enjoys spending time volunteering at her church, as well as traveling, going to dirt track races, and watching college football.
Liz Gonka graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 2000 with a bachelor degree in Psychology. She then went on to receive a bachelor degree in Occupational Therapy from College of Saint Mary’s in 2003. Liz is a Lymphedema therapist certified by the Lymphology Association of North America (LANA), Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR!) trained clinician and is a previously trained STAR (Survivorship training and rehab) clinician. She has specialized training in Physical Agent Modalities and upper extremity orthopedics with a focus in hand therapy. In addition to being an occupational therapist, Liz is a Healthy Steps instructor. Liz loves working with all age groups.Liz and her husband Chad, live in Columbus with their three children. They enjoy watching their children sports activities, Creighton University basketball and golf.
Kim Kern has over 200 hours of Yoga Training in a variety of Yoga styles, including Hatha, Vinyasa, Kundalini and Chair Yoga. Kim has practiced yoga since 1999, and has been a Yoga Instructor since 2010. She realizes that everyone’s body is different and yoga poses will look different on everyone. Kim will help you make any needed adjustments so your Yoga poses work for your body. Kim’s goal is for everyone to practice yoga safely, no matter what your body type or physical condition. You will find her Yoga classes a challenging yet peaceful, relaxing experience, balancing the body, breath and movement. Kim is also an instructor of Tai Chi, with the ‘Moving for Better Balance’ program. “When I found Yoga, I was struggling with a variety of health issues, an eating disorder, and depression. Yoga helped me to overcome my physical challenges and find balance in my life. It helped me deal with the stresses of life, helping me find peace of mind. Yoga is a wonderful gift that was giving to me and I love to share it with others.”
The clinic’s manager, Heather, has worked at our clinic since 2021. In addition to answering your questions about scheduling, billing, and insurance, Heather will greet you with friendly professionalism. She lives in Columbus with her husband and foster animals.
Kelly Cameron, PT, DPT graduated from The University of Nebraska Medical Center with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy degree in the spring of 2005. Her areas of expertise include low back/sacroiliac dysfunction, pelvic floor disorders and general orthopedics. Kelly is passionate about helping patients get back on their feet and enjoys the personal interaction of patient care. Kelly and her husband, Scott, moved to Columbus from Omaha in 2015. They enjoy cheering on their five children at their various activities and traveling as a family.