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Gundersen Moundview rehabilitation services


At Gundersen Moundview, our rehabilitation staff stay on top of the latest techniques, seeking education from world renowned experts. We are a state leader in the number of accredited therapists in fascial counter strain, a technique for pain control. We work closely with you and your family to set and meet rehabilitation goals, providing you with the best care close to home. We welcome tough cases.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy helps patients restore movement, improve function and relieve pain following an injury, disease, surgery, developmental delay, chronic pain, or systemic infections (Lyme's disease). Conditions that may benefit include:

  • Orthopedic injuries or surgeries (knee, hip, shoulder)
  • Stroke or neurological disorders
  • Balance, posture, and walking difficulties
  • Back, neck, shoulder, elbow, ankle, or foot pain/problems
  • Developmental delays
  • Sprains or fractures
  • Work-related injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Dizziness
  • Urinary/bowel incontinence
  • Sports injuries
  • Cumulative trauma (carpal tunnel or tennis elbow)
  • Wound care
  • Headaches
  • TMJ

Our therapists have specialized training in vestibular (dizziness) rehabilitation, Jones Strain/Counterstrain, McKenzie back care, Mulligan's mobilization with motion, Barral Visceral mobilization, Butler pain and nerve root glide care and LSVT-Big and Loud (treatment of Parkinson's Disease).

Ask your provider for a referral to physical therapy or call us at (608) 339-8338 for more information.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps bridge the gap between disability and productive daily living. Our therapists provide specialized treatment in fine motor skills (hand/eye coordination), strengthening, and use of adaptive equipment.

Conditions that may benefit from occupational therapy include:

  • Work-related injuries
  • Heart attack or stroke
  • Arthritis, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, or other illnesses
  • Repetitive motion injuries or carpal tunnel disorder
  • Developmental disabilities
  • Amputations, scars, spinal cord injuries, or burns
  • Broken bones or pain in the shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hands
  • Chronic edema

Some examples of occupational therapy services include:

  • Improving range of motion and strength
  • Using adaptive equipment to help patients dress and feed themselves
  • Using splints to treat broken bones in the hand/wrist
  • Helping Alzheimer's patients remain independent as long as possible
  • Keeping a burn victim's skin from tightening
  • Using compression treatments to reduce swelling/lymphedema
  • Home safety evaluations
  • Driver's safety assessment screening
  • Cognitive function testing

Ask your provider for a referral to occupational therapy at Gundersen Moundview or call us at (608) 339-8338 for more information.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy is provided to patients of all ages who need assistance with communication skills due to a debilitating disease, injury or development delay.

Evalutation and treatment services at Gundersen Moundview include:

  • Voice
  • Fluency
  • Articulation
  • Hearing
  • Language skills
  • Comprehension and memory skills
  • Swallowing training

Ask your provider for a referral to speech therapy at Gundersen Moundview or call us at (608) 339-8338 for more information about these services.

Driver's Safety Assessment

A driver's safety assessment is recommended for the elderly, persons who are physically challenged or individuals who have suffered a head injury, memory loss, stroke, hip fracture or other debilitating condition. It assesses a person's abilities to determine if they are driving safely. Individuals complete a series of tasks using a machine that simulates driving related skills. Their physician is notified of the results and makes a recommendation based on the findings. If impairment is found, in many cases it can be resolved. For example, new glasses may correct a vision problem, therapy may improve physical limitations and equipment modifications can be made to vehicles. Medicare and most private insurances will cover the assessment with a doctor's referral.

For more information, call our occupational therapy staff at (608) 339-8338.


Lymphedema is swelling in the arms or legs due to improver drainage of the lymph fluid. A combination of treatment and self management techniques can help significantly reduce swelling and control other side effects. Our rehabilitation staff can provide individualized treatment to minimize symptoms, restore movement and maximize comfort. Patients are also taught to manage and control their condition on their own.

Ask your provider about a referral to this service or call us at (608) 339-8338 for more information.


Massage is an essential part of healing as well as a popular way to reduce stress, relax and improve overall health. It can improve your circulation, eliminate waste and toxins, lower your blood pressure, reduce your heart rate, increase production of natural painkillers, relieve muscle tension, improve muscle tone and more. Appointments are available Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Moundview's Rehabilitation Department. Rates are $25 for a half-hour session or $40 for one hour. To make an appointment, call (608) 339-8338.

Sports Medicine

Whether you are a school athlete or an adult who plays sports, Moundview's physical therapy staff can help athletes prevent injuries, enhance their performance or recover from an injury. We also provide guidance to local school athletic programs. Our staff is available for pre-season sports screenings including injury prevention and conditioning and testing in areas of strength, posture, flexibility and joint mobility.

Call us at (608) 339-8338 for more information.

Urinary Incontinence

Incontinence, the involuntary loss of bladder or bowel control, affects millions of Americans of all ages. Some of the causes include pregnancy, menopause, neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, surgeries such as prostatectomy or hysterectomy, and age. Our therapy staff helps individuals strengthen their pelvic muscles to improve bladder control. The treatment is non-surgical and painless. Patients remain fully clothed.

Ask your physician for a referral or call us at (608) 339-8338 for more information.

what to expect

We've taken steps at all our locations to keep you and our staff healthy and safe. Here's what to expect when you visit us.

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1900 South Ave.
La Crosse, WI 54601

(608) 782-7300

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