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Patient Referrals

In the state of Wisconsin, in most cases a client can begin therapy without a physician referral; however, your insurance may require it. Medicare and Medicaid do require a physician referral, but many other HMOs and private insurance companies do not. We can help you determine if you need a referral and will contact your insurance provider on your behalf to verify.
For patients considering a cash pay method, no referral is required; however, we are unable to accept cash for those with Medicare, Medicaid or other government insurance plans.

Our Fax Numbers

Holmen, WI (608) 526-9965
Arcadia, WI (608) 323-2150
La Crosse, WI (608) 519-2225
Blair, WI (608) 989-2285
Watertown, WI (920) 567-2017
Sparta, WI (608) 269-8803
West Salem, WI (608) 790-9478

Achieve Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine is OPEN for in-person outpatient services in the following locations:

HOLMEN – LA CROSSE – ARCADIA – BLAIR – SPARTA

Why are we open?  Physical, Occupational, Speech and Massage Therapists are considered essential critical workforce. https://www.cisa.gov/sites/default/files/publications/CISA-Guidance-on-Essential-Critical-Infrastructure-Workers-1-20-508c.pdf. We are experts at musculoskeletal conditions. If you are suffering from back pain or muscle strains or had to hold on surgery due to the pandemic, we can help! In most cases, we can see you without a physician referral, reducing the burden on the medical teams needed to care for critical patients. For a free 15-minute consult either by phone or in person to find out if therapy is right for you, contact our nearest location to schedule. Click Here for our locations and phone numbers.

The health and safety of our patients is our top priority if care is needed in person at this time. Click here to find out what Achieve is doing to keep you safe when a visit to our clinic is best for your personal care.

If you are concerned about travelling to our offices, we offer Telehealth Services. Many insurances are covering telehealth for physical, occupational, and speech therapy during this crisis. If you’re unsure whether or not insurance would allow, we are happy to contact the plan to research on your behalf. If insurance does not cover, we have flexible cash pay options to help ease the burden, yet get you the care you need today.

Beginning May 4, 2020, we will resume operations for massage therapy clients in our Holmen and La Crosse clinics. To schedule an appointment, call 877-526-9888.

Patient Profile: Max Jessesski

About Max Jessesski

Track standout Max Jessesski was playing a game of 7 on 7 football, the non-contact, all passing game in June. “I was running by myself and my foot stuck in the ground. I heard a sickening pop in my knee and felt excruciating pain. I went to the ER, and they were optimistic, thinking I had only sprained my knee. I had track camp the following weekend, and I was in so much pain I had to sit out the whole time.”

Further evaluation and MRI showed that Max had torn his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and his meniscus, the fibrocartilage that protects the knee. Max would need surgery to repair these injuries, but before surgery, he needed to strengthen his leg.

Max turned to Steve McCoy, physical therapist and sports medicine expert with Achieve Physical Therapy. Max had a previous injury to his quadriceps and had worked with Steve to resolve the issue.

Max said, “I got to know Steve and what he was capable of and I felt a good connection with him. I knew that for this more serious injury, I wanted to work with him again. Achieve got me in for an appointment with Steve the same day I called.”

Max met with Steve for therapy twice a week for 6 weeks until Max’s surgery on August 16. Therapy began again the day after surgery and continued 2-3 days a week for the next 7 months.

Max said rehabilitation was a challenging process. “Goals were set for Max to work toward along the way. At first, it was just getting the knee to bend, then balancing, then walking. Fortunately, my first day walking without crutches was first day of school.” After he mastered walking, the track star needed to be able to run.

Max continued to work with Steve, and when track season started, he was running, but not yet at 100%. “It was very frustrating for me,” Max said, but he persevered, kept getting stronger, and continued to improve. And then he started to win races. He said, “At conference I won the 100, 200 and the 4 x 1. Then I went to the State Meet and placed in the 200 and 4 x 1. I was really pleased with my performance at the end of the season.”

Of his rehabilitation, Max said, “I felt really comfortable with Steve, and I trusted him with my leg, he encouraged me a lot. His training in sports medicine made a difference and he understood what I needed to get me back running. When I was still in my brace, I really wanted to get out and walk. Steve convinced me to be patient that recovery now will pay off in the end.”

Steve said, “Max is a great athlete and was a hard worker. It was a pleasure to see his progress over the months. The fact that he went from such a serious injury to winning races at the highest levels of competition in less than a year’s time is truly amazing, and speaks to his natural abilities and determination.”

Max graduated from high school in 2012. He will attend UW-La Crosse for an education degree. He will also be on the track team. He says, “I’m 100% now and ready to go.”

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