Physical and Occupational Therapy
UW Health offers rehabilitation services provided by highly trained physical and occupational therapists, specialized in many areas of care.
Our rehabilitation professionals provide cost-effective treatment that improves function and relieves pain, reduces the need for surgery and prescription drugs and allows you to return to your highest level of activity.
You can receive physical therapy using Direct Access (without a referral), if approved by your insurance company. Occupational therapy requires a referral from your physician.
To schedule an appointment, please call (608) 828-6600.
Aquatic Physical Therapy
Dizziness and Balance Rehabilitation
Our physical therapists assess patients and develop treatment strategies to counter the effects of dizziness and faulty balance. Learn more
Drivers Assessment Program
We partner with Adaptive Experts, LLC to provide a standardized assessment of the skills necessary to operate a motor vehicle. Learn more
Helps patients with facial paralysis learn to re-establish and/or re-coordinate the muscles of the face through a series of individually-tailored movement patterns. Learn more
Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation
Rehabilitation for people recovering from an injury, illness, surgery or disease affecting the upper extremities. Learn more
UW Health Rehabilitation Hospital offers specialized programs for people who have experienced stroke, brain and spinal-cord injuries, amputations, complex orthopedic injuries and other conditions requiring inpatient rehabilitative services. Learn more
Lymphedema and Venous Edema
Comprehensive rehabilitation for people experiencing lymphedema or venous edema. Learn more
Neurological Therapy and Neuromuscular Retraining
Therapy for adults with disorders and diseases including stroke, traumatic brain injury and cognitive disorders. Learn more
Therapy for adults with orthopedic problems affecting the spine or extremities. Learn more
Our pediatric rehabilitation specialists at American Family Children's Hospital provide a multidisciplinary approach to your child's rehabilitation, including evaluation and treatment of children with developmental disabilities and neuromuscular diseases, treatment of spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries, evaluation and management of cerebral palsy and nonverbal learning disorders and more. Learn more
Pelvic Floor Disorders
Orthopedic physical therapists at University Hospital have advanced training and expertise in working with patients who have pelvic floor disorders. Learn more
We have a multidisciplinary clinic that addresses the needs of patients who have undergone amputation. Learn more
Spine Physical Therapy
Rehabilitation for patients with back or neck pain that interferes with home, work or recreational activities. Learn more
Rehabilitation for orthopedic injuries sustained by competitive and recreational athletes. Learn more
WorkCare: Treatment for Musculoskeletal Injuries
A streamlined appointment process for the injured worker. Learn more