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803 UNIVERSITY AVE. / BEAVER DAM WI 53916 / 920-887-4039

A New Approach to Therapy

No two people are the same, and neither are their injuries. That’s why our expert staff customizes their treatment to you and your goals for recovery. Our team of physical, occupational and speech therapists are experts at helping you recover as quickly as possible, so you can get back to your life.



Beaver Dam Community Hospital physical therapist works with a patient

Beaver Dam Community Hospital rehab services

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists provide hands-on, one-on-one care in order to address your injury, chronic pain, or disease using the most current, evidence-based treatment techniques.  We work to get you back to your active lifestyle quickly.  More and more patients are choosing physical therapists as their healthcare professionals. Learn why

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists provide hands-on, one-on-one care to help people return to participation in the everyday activities that are important to them, such as self-care, home management, work, and leisure activities.  This may include providing conservative and post-operative care for patients with upper extremity injuries.  In addition to excellent musculoskeletal care, our occupational therapists also provide treatment for management of chronic conditions such as lymphedema, incontinence, chronic pain, and low vision.  The occupational therapists at BDCH utilize evidence-based treatment techniques to make sure you receive the most effective and efficient care possible.

Speech Therapy

The BDCH Speech-language pathologists work to improve your ability to communicate, think, remember, and problem-solve.  Their training includes treatment of disorders related to swallowing and voice.


A physiatrist is a physician who has special training and certification in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Treating the whole patient, physiatrists deal with all sorts of activity-limiting conditions, such as fibromyalgia, sports injuries, stroke damage, pinched nerves, sciatic nerve pain, walking problems and overuse problems like carpal tunnel syndrome.

At BDCH, Dr. William Fowler's main focus is to help patients help themselves, to educate patients about their conditions and how to manage necessary functions of living to stay as active and independent as possible.