Accessibility View Close toolbar

Welcome to Chiropractic Neurology & Sports Rehab, L.L.C.!

Our address is:
4630 Antelope Creek Drive, Suite 100
Lincoln, NE 68506

We are in a red brick building, one block south and one block west of 48th & Normal. We're behind Ramo's pizza and north of the bowling alley Parkway Lanes.

Dr. Chad Miller is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist in Lincoln, Nebraska that specializes in treating chronic and complex conditions as well as helping the everyday aches and pains. CNS Rehab is committed to providing higher quality care using the advanced principles of chiropractic neurology as well as incorporating physical therapy modalities, nutrition, lab testing, and science-based supplementation.

With many years of physical therapy, functional nutrition and chiropractic neurology training and experience under his belt, Dr. Chad Miller has successfully cared for many patients with conditions ranging from strokes to fibromyalgia to sciatica to thyroid disorders to rotator cuff injuries. We have had stunning success with these conditions and many others. Patients seeking treatment at CNS Rehab are assured of receiving only the finest quality care, because we have a genuine concern for your well-being.

Look at all the pieces of the puzzle! When dealing with chronic conditions, a simple "health fair"-type test is unlikely to tell you much about what is really going on.

Our mission is to look at the whole picture, see how the engine is running and address as many of the "straws on the camel's back" as possible to regain a person's natural healthy state.

Simply put, we are in the business of CHANGING PEOPLE'S LIVES in order to get them back on their feet and doing the things they love to do.


Chad Miller
Lincoln Chiropractor | Chiropractic Neurology & Sports Rehab, L.L.C. | 402-420-2677

4630 Antelope Creek Rd, Suite 100
Lincoln, NE 68506

Wish to make an appointment?

Contact us using the form or call us at 402-420-2677 to request an appointment time

3D Spine Simulator

All of the functions related to the amazing human body are controlled and coordinated by the extensive neural network. Interference or stresses in any part of the nerve system may result in health problems in a variety of areas throughout our bodies. Take a moment and explore which areas of the body are influenced by the different areas of your spine. You will be amazed at how the spine and nerve system are interrelated and connected to every aspect of our expression of health and wellness.

Meet the Chiropractor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Chad Miller

    Dr. Chad Miller has been a licensed Chiropractor since 2004 and has been board certified in Chiropractic Neurology since 2005. As a Chiropractor with years of physical therapy and personal training experience, Dr. Miller is committed to promoting the health and well being of his patients.

    Read More

Featured Articles

Read about interesting topics

  • Yoda and Yoga

    In the film classic "The Empire Strikes Back," the iconic Jedi master Yoda inscrutably refers to "the Force" during training sessions with his disciple, Luke Skywalker. Yoda informs Luke that he "must feel the Force around you." Yoda himself is frequently seen assuming what may only be described as intergalactic ...

    Read More
  • Find Inspiration in Walden

    In this 200th anniversary year of the birth of Henry David Thoreau, each of us can increase our health and well-being by applying his guidance to our regular exercise activities. Thoreau, one of the United States' greatest writers, naturalists, and philosophers, not only walked the length and breadth ...

    Read More
  • A Center for Health

    Mindfulness programs and practices frequently describe a process of locating your "center." One's center may be conceived as a focus of energy, both spiritual and physical, by which all activities may be grounded and from which all activities flow. Similarly, ballet teachers and gymnastics instructors ...

    Read More
  • Learning From History

    Whether we're driving a car, riding a bike, or trying to record a spare at our local bowling alley, our musculoskeletal system bases its decision-making on past history, that is, what it has learned before. Drawing on years of experience, recorded deep within our muscle memory, we're able to avoid an ...

    Read More
  • Hip and Knee Security

    Everyone knows someone who has undergone hip or knee replacement. These surgeries are no longer exclusively performed on older persons and are now not uncommon procedures for many patients with persistent, significant hip or knee pain. Problems that lead people to be willing to undergo joint replacement ...

    Read More
  • Hitting for the Cycle

    In baseball, hitting for the cycle means that a batter hits a single, a double, a triple, and a home run during the same game. Hitting for the cycle is a rare baseball event, occurring about as often as a no-hitter by a pitcher. Certainly, a great deal of skill is involved in accomplishing such a feat. ...

    Read More
  • A User's Guide to Healthy Knees

    Healthy knees require continuous motion. However, our generally sedentary lifestyles are at odds with the maintenance of robust knee joint architecture. Left motionless throughout large portions of the day, over time knee cartilage will break down and knee ligaments will become lax. These chronic changes ...

    Read More
  • Detective Story

    When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes applied himself to a difficult case, he famously utilized his powers of deduction. Holmes assembled and examined the facts before him and employed a scientific method of analysis to arrive at a solution that took into account of all the elements of the ...

    Read More
  • Wildfire Inside of You

    Comparisons between the inner world and the outer world have been frequently drawn by philosophers, nature writers, and visual artists. For example, "seeing the universe in a grain of sand" is a well-known aphorism. The number of neurons in your brain has been compared to the number of stars in the Milky ...

    Read More
  • Making the Grade

    The recent school year has long been over, but the echoes of learning, striving, and achieving persist. We may, if we choose, apply these remembrances of ourselves when we were in school to the circumstances of our health and well-being. We all want good health for ourselves and the members of our families, ...

    Read More

Newsletter Signup

Sign up for more articles

Locations

Find us on the map

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Primary Office

Monday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

Closed

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed