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Our focus is to be the BEST not the biggest.

In 1992, Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin opened as a high quality outpatient therapy facility specializing in orthopedic physical therapy/occupational therapy treatment, and industrial injury care and prevention.

We have successfully established an outpatient facility conveniently located in the city of Brookfield, WI.

  • 3000 sq. ft. clinic
  • Free parking

Our commitment to excellence in providing the highest quality care is proven by the outstanding therapy outcomes. We use skilled evidence-based treatment in our approach to help you successfully regain your active lifestyle.

Our clinical staff only includes licensed occupational and physical therapists, no assistants or aides. We are committed to provide the highest standard of care. You can rest assure that your treatment will be in the hands of experts.

All of our patients will receive one-on-one care during their entire treatment session. This allows us to fully dedicate our time to designing a rehab program based on your individual needs and abilities.

We have also established many on-site physical therapy/occupational therapy clinics for our industrial clients throughout the state of Wisconsin. We have a proven track record for being the leaders of on-site clinics.

We offer a variety of injury prevention programs to decrease worker compensation costs while continuing to provide the highest quality of rehabilitation services.

One-on-One, 60 Minute Treatments

Laurie Stellick O.T.R.

Laurie Stellick, O.T.R. CIEE

President
Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin, Inc.

Laurie Stellick, O.T.R. attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1985. She is also certified as an Industrial Ergonomic Evaluator.
Throughout a professional career in occupational therapy, Laurie learned first-hand that “quality care” is the number one priority in patient care.

In 1992, Laurie established the Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin, Inc. as a high quality out-patient therapy facility specializing in orthopedic physical therapy/occupational therapy treatments. She established the one-on-one treatment model to provide the highest quality of therapy and therefore the highest quality of therapy outcomes.

Due to the “commitment for excellence” in patient care demonstrated by Laurie and the Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin staff, Laurie has successfully implemented an out-patient facility and many “on-site” physical therapy/occupational Therapy clinics for our industrial clients.
Laurie is a member of the Wisconsin Occupational Therapy Association, the American Occupational Therapy Association, and The Wisconsin Safety Council.

Brady Bachmann

Brady Bachmann

PT, DPT
Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin, Inc.

Brady Bachmann PT, DPT, earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to that, he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with an emphasis in cello performance. His path has allowed him to combine two of his greatest passions: the arts of music and healing.

He enjoys helping patients overcome their injuries and preparing them for the demands of their occupational or life activities. As a seasoned musician, performer, and teacher, he is particularly interested in the realm of performing arts medicine and understands the physical and emotional demands imposed by the profession. He utilizes a variety of evidence-based treatment techniques to address your symptoms and educates on injury prevention strategies to develop long-lasting solutions for your health. The one-on-one treatment model at RIOW facilitates a highly individualized treatment plan to restore your quality of life.

Sheila Stapleton

Sheila Stapleton

BS, LAT, LMT
Expert Level JFB Myofascial Therapist

Sheila holds a bachelors degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in sports medicine and rehabilitation as well as a bachelors degree in Psychology.

Sheila is a Licensed Athletic Trainer and a Licensed Massage Therapist and has worked in the health and wellness field in a variety of settings since 1999. She began her training in Myofascial Release Therapy in 2008 and has completed hundreds of hours of advance level training through John Barnes Myofascial Release Seminars. She is currently an Expert level therapist. She has sub-specialties including Neuromuscular Therapy and Swedish Massage. She is also able to prescribe home care rehabilitative exercise & stretching programs. Her experience in both the athletic and medical settings allow her to provide knowledgeable yet compassionate care tailored to the individual needs of each client.

See What People Are Saying About Us

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I felt very cared for by my therapist. I am a caregiver and very rarely experience some caring for me. Thank you for a wonderful experience. I still do my exercises and continue to feel a benefit from them

– Jason P
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Therapist was very helpful and knowledgeable with answering all of my questions and concerns. Therapist was also helpful in walking me through my steps to rehabilitation.  Because of this I still keep therapist informed of my doctor visits, results, and still ask her questions.

– Peter S
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I would recommend Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin to anyone needing rehabilitation help. The therapist was very professional and helpful to me.

– Connie M
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It was extremely helpful to be seen so quickly. Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin seems to go above and beyond in meeting patients' schedules and needs. Therapist extremely positive, encouraging/explains things well, therapy and life lessons (stretching, lifting, etc.) continue to be very helpful. Scheduler/receptionist also very pleasant, helpful, and efficient. Have recommended and will recommend in the future! Staff are all so friendly, patient, and helpful.

– Andy S
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“The therapist was great! She really cared and wanted to see my performance get better. She was very personable and I would recommend her to anyone.

– Heidi W
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Therapist was always professional but she made the therapy something you wanted to do even through the pain. I enjoyed my time with her. She is a great therapist. Still doing my home work.

– Dan D
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Therapists were very helpful and supportive. Scheduling appointments was super convenient. I am back to normal activity (even running!) and cannot thank them enough for their help!

– Tim R
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I would recommend everyone who needs therapy to the Rehabilitation Institute of Wisconsin anytime. The therapists there are professionals when it comes to getting a person back on track to get back to work.

– Alicia D
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My therapist also covered sleep habits, medications taken, diet, daily water intake, use of ice packs, other exercises and interests, daily home chores, and best practices. My physician was impressed with how thorough and positive, and professional my therapist was.

– Don B
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I had a knee injury and was treated by a therapist at RIOW. I am relieved to have seen positive results with my knee pain. The at-home exercises my therapist assigned me also helped. From the on-site parking to the comfortable atmosphere and professional treatment, my experience was exceptional. I highly recommend RIOW.

– Angela S
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I had treatment with RIOW for my lower back pain and enjoyed having all treatment sessions with the same therapist. My appointments were one-on-one for one hour long. My therapist was very professional and experience and highly recommend RIOW for any therapy needs.

– Jon T
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I came to RIOW for therapy for my IT Band and was amazed on the results. My therapist was very attentive with my concerns. In just 2 sessions I could feel a decrease in my symptoms. I would definitely come back”.

– Lori S
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