Chris Krull, DPT, PRC
Chris Krull received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Creighton University in 1996, which brought him back to his home town of North Platte to establish his practice. After spending the first few years of his physical therapy career practicing standard physical therapy procedures, he felt that too much emphasis was being placed on symptoms rather than causation. He was introduced to Ron Hruska, PT, and founder of the Postural Restoration Institute. That chance meeting provided many answers to his questions in a comprehensive approach to rehabilitation. He is passionate about finding the root cause of a patient’s pain issues, and welcomes the most challenging cases. He achieved one of his personal goals when he received his Postural Restoration Certification (PRC) in 2013. He achieved his second goal when he opened Central Nebraska’s only Postural Restoration Center in 2015.
Chris has been involved in youth athletics since his return to North Platte. As a long-term supporter and fan, he has served as a board member, coach, and official of various sports. He is also a certified high school football referee and Legion baseball umpire. Chris and his wife, Rochelle, have four children, two human and two canine.
“God has entrusted me and other Postural Restoration therapists with knowledge and skills that can drastically change people’s lives. To give hope back to those who have lost it is the ultimate reward for the work that we do at Krull Clinic.”
Sue Shaner, MS Ed, NSCA-CPT
Postural Restoration Exercise Assistant, Personal Trainer
Sue Shaner, owner of Train With Suz, LLC, joins Krull Clinic with 25 years of experience in the fitness industry. A former patient, Sue understands the need to not “quit” rehab after release from Physical Therapy. Following a disc replacement and two hip replacements, Sue chose to compete in fitness competitions to help her stay motivated to complete her journey to wellness. Her primary interest areas are strength, form and balance, and nutrition. These are implemented to help patients transition to a lifetime of strength, function, and meeting their wellness goals. Whether you want to simply remain functional, improve strength and shape, or be a competitive athlete, Sue is eager to assist you in your training.
Sue and her husband have three children, eleven grandchildren, three horses, two dogs, and a goat. In her “spare” time, she loves to ride her horse, Ruby, in the pastures of Nebraska.
Christine Grauerholz grew up outside of a small town with her parents, brother, and sister. She is nearing graduation from Mid Plains Community College. Christine has lived in North Platte for seven years and enjoys taking part in community events. Her love of the outdoors includes ranching, hunting and fishing. Christine is very happy to be a part of Krull Clinic and recognizes the true passion we all have for helping people in their journey to wellness.