Physical therapists working on patients

When you give a physical therapy referral to Excel Physical Therapy, you are extending your care team. Our main objective is to get patients better faster so they can get back to their lives. Working together as a team is the best way to achieve that goal, especially for patients who come through your expert recommendation.

Excel Physical Therapy provides advanced physical therapy to Oshkosh, Omro, Winneconne, Neenah and Fond du Lac. Each member of our top-rated physical therapy team is board certified. Only 4.9% of Wisconsin physical therapists hold board certifications in orthopedics. When you work with us, you are giving your patients the best care.

Why refer Excel Physical Therapy?

Excel Physical Therapy is known among physicians as the team to tackle the “tough cases.” Our staff has extensive experience in advanced physical therapy as well as specialty certifications in:

As a locally-owned business in Oshkosh, we operate independently to serve a wide variety of clients and accept most major insurance plans.

Is physical therapy the next step for your patient?

We are happy to offer all physicians and providers phone consultations to discuss any condition or treatment option. Simply call our office or fill out our contact form and we will get in touch with you.


We want to make referrals and continual care seamless for you and your patient. To help, we have put together the following information. If there is anything else you need, just let us know.

• Physical therapy referral form [PDF]
• Patient packet [PDF]

Referral notepads and hard-copy information are also available to all physicians. Please contact us and we will arrange for delivery to your office.

Working together

If you would like to refer a patient, please fill out the physical therapy referral form and fax it to our office or send it with your patient. Feel free to include any information regarding past and present care, treatments and medications. If you prefer, we can also schedule a time for you to talk with the physical therapist about the physical therapy program.