Amberwell Hiawatha provides area communities with physical, occupational, and respiratory services, with knowledgeable professionals who take pride in applying proven and evidence-based treatments to all their provided services. Our rehabilitation team uses effective equipment and exercise machines at our Hiawatha location.
We treat a wide range of ailments.
Our rehab team treats a variety of ailments due to injury, disease, and post-surgical recovery. Additionally, we have specialized programs in orthotics, wound care, pelvic health, blood flow restriction, and Graston technique therapies. If your pain, surgery, or disability is affecting your quality of life and preventing you from doing things you love, our multi-modal approach to patient care can provide you with new hope for lasting relief.
The rehabilitation team at Amberwell Hiawatha provides convenient access to rehab services for those in and around Brown County. The Amberwell physical and occupational therapy teams also work with local nursing homes, schools, and home health agencies to provide rehabilitation services throughout the region. This integration of rehabilitation allows for a greater continuum of care across these settings.
Pelvic Health–Pelvic health therapy includes treatment of a myriad of abdominal and pelvic concerns of both men and women including incontinence, pelvic/vaginal pain, prenatal and postpartum musculoskeletal pain and weakness, and rehabilitation specific to low back pain, chronic pain, and the female athlete.
Graston Therapy–Graston technique therapy is a successful treatment using instruments which effectively treats all soft tissue conditions. Applying this technique allows for faster rehabilitation and with greater success when the goal is restoring range of motion, eliminating pain, and restoring normal function.
Blood Flow Restriction–Blood-flow restriction training is a personalized treatment that can help patients to make greater strength training gains while lifting lighter loads, thereby reducing the overall stress placed on the limb. This is especially effective after injury or orthopedic surgery.