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Stoughton Health Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine provides physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech/language pathology services in a patient-focused care environment with a supportive and dynamic interdisciplinary team. Our therapists provide comprehensive evaluation, treatment, and education for patients ranging in age from infant to geriatric. The therapy staff have more than 250 years of combined experience. Our skilled professionals and caring staff strive to provide every individual with an increased ability for independence with daily activities and the ability to enjoy life.

For more information or to make an appointment, please call the Stoughton Clinic at (608) 873-2292 or the Oregon Clinic at (608) 835-5373.

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Certifications & Specialties

Direct Access

In compliance with the WI State Practice Act for Therapy, we now offer direct access to our physical and occupational therapy services. An order from a doctor is no longer required for our occupational and physical therapists to provide treatment. Clients can self-refer and directly contact either of our two outpatient rehab clinics for an appointment.

Our staff will call each individual insurance plan to determine coverage. At this time, Medicare and Medicaid still require a referral.

Insurance Coverage

Stoughton Health accepts over 160 area insurance plans, please click here to learn more about insurance coverage.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapists are movement experts who treat people of all ages and abilities, helping them improve and maintain function and quality of life. Physical therapists create individual treatment plans to match each person’s goals, helping them improve their fitness and function, avoid surgery, reduce the use of opioids and other drugs, and partner in their own care.

Treatment May Include:

  • Techniques to improve joint and muscle mobility including manual therapy, dry needling, ASYTM, strain-counterstrain or myofascial release
  • Guided strengthening exercises
  • Steps for postural improvements
  • Ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and/or iontophoresis
  • LSVT-BIG for Parkinson’s Disease treatment
  • Facilitation techniques to improve balance, gait and muscle coordination
  • Evaluation and instruction in assistive devices, e.g., canes, crutches, walkers
  • Fitting of splints, braces and supports
  • Instruction in home exercise programs and self-management of symptoms

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists (OT) specialize in upper body treatment including but not limited to: orthopedic conditions including tendon and ligament injuries or bone fractures, stroke, brain injuries, or spinal cord injuries. The overall goal of occupational therapy is to decrease pain and improve functional performance enabling individuals to return to their daily living tasks and hobbies.

OT also helps to facilitate hand, arm and mental processes that are impaired due to a neurological disorder such as a stroke or head injury; and provides instruction in adaptive techniques for self-care and daily activities.

Treatment May Include:

  • Ultrasound, electrical stimulation, and/or iontophoresis
  • Techniques to improve joint and muscle mobility including manual therapy and edema management
  • Lymphedema treatment
  • Guided strengthening exercises
  • Techniques to improve fine motor coordination
  • Customized splints
  • Facilitation techniques to improve motor function in the arms/hands
  • Evaluation and instruction in assistive devices, i.e., for improving independence in dressing, feeding, bathing and homemaking
  • Instruction in home exercise programs and self-management of symptoms

Speech Therapy

Speech therapists specialize in the assessment and treatment of swallowing disorders, as well as language and reasoning skills that may be due to a stroke, head injury or developmental disorder.

Diagnostic Testing May Include:

  • Radiology studies of the swallowing mechanism
  • Standardized assessments of language skills and development

Treatment May Include:

  • Techniques to improve oral motor strength and coordination for speech and swallowing
  • Cognitive training and/or compensatory strategies for speech and language deficits

For more information or to make an appointment, please call the Stoughton Clinic at (608) 873-2292 or the Oregon Clinic at (608) 835-5373.

Educational Resources

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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy for Women's Health

physical-therapy-for-women-s-healthEmily Grosse, PT, DPT shares how physical therapy can help treat urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pain and abdominal weakness following childbirth or surgery.

The Importance of Balance and Stability Training for Seniors

the-importance-of-balance-and-stability-training-for-seniorsIn your everyday life, you may not even think about your balance and quite often we take our balance for granted, but it is an important and vital part of our health and well being. Many elders fall each year due to balance and stability issues. It has been shown that falls can reduce the quality of life and increase the mortality rate for seniors.

That is why, in this segment, Jennifer Ballweg, Physical Therapist at Stoughton Hospital joins the show to share with you how to do balance and stability training to reduce the risk of falls, at any age.

The Benefits of Dry Needling

the-benefits-of-dry-needlingIf you are living with chronic pain, you might want to consider dry needling therapy. Dry needling is a physical therapy intervention used to target muscle banding or knots.

In this segment, Stoughton Hospital physical therapist, Liz Touchett, discusses Dry Needling, and the benefits it can offer those that suffer from chronic pain.

Benefits of ASTYM

benefits-of-astymAstym® treatment is a therapy that regenerates healthy soft tissues and eliminates or reduces unwanted scar tissue that may be causing pain or movement restrictions. Astym® treatment is highly effective and even works when other approaches routinely fail. When your health and ability to stay active is at stake, only the best will do.

In this segment, Carin Johns, Physical Therapist at Stoughton Hospital and certified provider of ASTYM, joins the show to discuss the benefits of ASTYM and how it can help you return sooner to the activities that you enjoy

Physical Therapy Can Be A Safe Alternative To Opioids

physical-therapy-can-be-a-safe-alternative-to-opioidsAmerica is in the midst of an opioid epidemic.

To address this national health crisis, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued guidelines in March 2016 urging providers to reduce opioid prescribing in favor of safe, non-drug alternatives such as physical therapy for chronic pain conditions. The American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) launched a national public awareness campaign to educate consumers about the risks of opioids and the safe alternative of physical therapy for pain management.

Listen in as Emily Devine, Physical Therapist at Stoughton Hospital, explains that physical therapy can reduce the need for opioid medications.

Lymphedema: Stoughton Hospital Can Help

lymphedema-stoughton-hospital-can-helpLymphedema is the accumulation of a particular kind of fluid, typically in one part of the body. Lymph is the protein-rich body fluid that accumulates when the lymphatic system for fluid transport is damaged.

Fluid transport is one very important component, but many do not realize that the lymphatic system is part of the immune system. It fulfills the function of ‘immune trafficking,’ the process whereby infection-fighting cells can be mobilized to the tissues that require assistance.

Melissa Monte, a Stoughton Hospital Occupational Therapist, is here to discuss how Stoughton Hospital can help if you’ve been diagnosed with Lymphedema.

Do You Get Dizzy? Vestibular Rehabilitation Can Help!

do-you-get-dizzy-vestibular-rehabilitation-can-helpWhen the vestibular organs are damaged with disease or injury, the brain can no longer rely on them for accurate information about equilibrium and motion, often resulting in dizziness, vertigo, balance problems, and other symptoms.

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy (VRT) is an exercise-based program designed to promote central nervous system compensation for inner ear deficits.

Most VRT exercises involve head movement, and head movements are essential in stimulating and retraining the vestibular system.

Jennifer Ballweg is here to talk about how vestibular rehabilitation can help with vertigo.

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson's Disease and LSVT Big

parkinson-s-disease-and-lsvt-bigIn this panel interview Emily Devine, DPT, and Rachel Peerenboom, DPT discuss Parkinson’s Disease and how LSVT Big can help ease some of the symptoms.

What is LSVT-Loud

what-is-lsvt-loudLSVT-Loud is an amazing speech treatment for individuals with Parkinson’s disease or other neurological conditions. It can greatly improve vocal volume and articulation through voice muscle stimulation exercises.

LeaAnn Worachek, MS/CC-SLP, shares how LSVT-Loud works and the incredible benefits patients may experience through this treatment.

Exercise and Management of Parkinson’s Disease

exercise-and-management-of-parkinson-s-diseaseAccording to the The National Parkinson Foundation, an estimated one million people in the United States, and four to six million worldwide, have parkinson’s disease. It affects more people than multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease), muscular dystrophy, and myasthenia gravis combined.

In this segment, Emily Devine, DPT, joins the show to discuss management of Parkinson’s Disease, Parkinson Wellness Recovery & LSVT-BIG Certifications for Parkinson’s Disease.

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