Born and raised outside of Niobrara, NE, Camie Jo (Kalkowski) Pinkleman graduated from Niobrara Public School in 2003. Camie started her college career at Doane College in Crete, NE where she studied Criminal Justice and played basketball.
The following year, Camie transferred to Wayne State College. There she found a new passion of playing rugby and exercise. Camie completed her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science in 2008 and earned the opportunity to intern in Colorado at the WIN Health Institute with a focus of athletic training. Shortly after completing her internship, Camie was accepted into the Physical Therapy Assistant program at Northeast Community College and completed an Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapy Assistant Degree in 2013.
Camie joined Overland Rehab in 2013. She has vital experience in many different settings, including outpatient, inpatient, short-term and long-term rehabilitation care.
Camie continues to build her education by taking multiple continuing education courses focusing on orthopedics, geriatric, and neurological rehabilitation. Her goal in the clinic is to create a relaxed and enjoyable environment while providing quality care to her patients. She is passionate about helping her patient’s progress to their goals and improve their function. Camie primarily provides therapy services at Verdigre, Lynch, and Santee locations.
Camie lives in Fordyce, NE with her husband Tom and their son Hunter.