Services we offer
General Rehab Services
Our licensed therapists treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and neurologic complaints and diagnoses, from chronic pain, dizziness and headaches to ankle and foot pain. We also treat patients following orthopedic surgery. All therapy services are one-on-one and individualized to meet each patient’s specific needs. In the state of Wisconsin, patients no longer require a physician’s referral for physical therapy in most cases. Contact our offices today to see if you can benefit from our services or for additional information.
Therapeutic dry needling is a technique performed by a certified physical therapist to help restore proper function in a dysfunctional muscle. Dysfunctional muscles and trigger points can cause pain, headaches, or the sensation of pain in a different area of the body, also known as “referred pain.” A full evaluation is required to determine the appropriateness of therapeutic dry needling. For further information, contact us.
Free Injury Evaluations
Do you have an injury, ache or pain, and are unsure of what to do? Come see us for a free injury evaluation. Our 15-minute free injury evaluations are offered weekly and performed by a licensed athletic trainer or physical therapist. The free injury evaluation includes a screening specific to your complaint and recommendations for the best course of action.
Post-concussion Evaluation and Treatment
We offer concussion treatment for student-athletes or anyone who has sustained or is at risk of sustaining a concussion. We also treat individuals who have experienced a concussion and are suffering from post-concussion symptoms including headaches, dizziness, neck pain, difficulty concentrating or sensitivity to light. Call us today to schedule a concussion screening or evaluation of your post-concussion symptoms.
TMD (Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction) Treatment
We provide a comprehensive evaluation based on best practice, assessing all components of TMJ dysfunction. TMD often involves cervical dysfunction, postural issues and stress-related issues. Utilizing a variety of treatment techniques, including manual therapy and exercise, our therapists can decrease your symptoms, improve your function and help you get back to eating your favorite foods.