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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

To our new clients:

Thank you for choosing us to Achieve your health goals!

Please click below to our secure platform and complete the items we need to begin your care. If you will be using health insurance benefits to cover your Physical, Occupational, or Speech therapy services, it may be best to have your insurance card available before you begin. Should you experience any difficulties or have questions during the process, please feel free to reach out to us 877-526-9888.

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


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: Zach Malvik

About Zach Malvik

Zach Malvik grew up in Holmen, and played basketball during his years at Holmen High School and Winona State University where he won a National Championship and was named the All American Point Guard by the NCAA. He was then recruited to play professionally overseas – first in Europe, then in Australia.

It was while playing for the Club Kilsyth Cobras that he landed on another player’s foot – the other guy was fine, but Zach’s left foot was broken. Zach said, “It was the middle of the season and that ended it for me. I flew back home.”

Zach had two surgeries on his foot and knew he needed physical therapy in order to be able to return to basketball. He had previously worked with Steve McCoy, an Achieve physical therapist and certified athletic trainer, and gave him a call. “I went to see Steve and he has been with me every step of the way, working toward my goal of being able to play again,” Zach said.

“Because of the nature of Zach’s injury and subsequent surgery, he was left with motion, strength, and balance deficits that were limiting his ability to return to the rigors of competing in basketball at its highest level. We needed to find a way to give him time to heal while continuing to progress his strength and agility workouts,” Steve said.

Zach said that the hardest part of therapy was trying not to go too fast. He said, “Steve kept the reigns on me and helped me get back to where I needed to be. With Steve, I felt confident. He worked with my doctor and spoke with him, pushed me to do what I needed to do, but made sure I didn’t push too hard too soon. He gave me a plan to follow and we had goals for each week.”

Zach added, “It’s hard when you’re coming back from a serious injury to know what to do, when to do it, and how hard to push – Steve really helped me with that. I think his training in sports medicine made a difference, his expertise was one of the big reasons I wanted to work with him.

“The main thing was improving my range of motion in my ankle, and it took quite a while. We also had to work on getting my strength back after being on crutches for 1 ½ months after my first surgery, and another month after the second one.”

Today, Zach says he feels like he’s back 100%. “I don’t even notice the injury anymore, and I’m cleared to play. Steve worked me back into it slowly, but now he lets me do what I want. I still have to do some therapy every day, and expect that I will be for awhile, and that’s fine with me.”

Today Zach works out with one of his college teammates once or twice a day, and follows his rehabilitation program. “My whole day revolves around getting myself ready to play,”

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