Our team is committed to helping you feel better so you can do the things in life you love. Rock Valley offers the skill of compassionate therapists to treat a broad range of conditions at our Decorah, Iowa location, including sports injuries and work-related injuries.
You can easily find our convenient location off Short St. We’re open Monday through Friday, with appointments available from 7 am to 5 pm. Read on to learn more about our specialties and team members who are passionate about restoring you to health.
We offer a wide range of physical therapy and orthopedic rehabilitation services at Rock Valley in Decorah to help you get back to your sense of “normal.”
Our experienced staff will provide you with personalized care after partnering with you to create an individualized treatment plan that considers your unique needs.
We accept nearly every insurance available, and you can make an appointment without a referral.
Whether it’s playing your favorite sport or playing with your grandchildren, our goal is to restore your health so you can return to the fulfilling activities that make your life enjoyable for you.
Our Decorah, Iowa clinic offers a variety of services, including the following specialties:
We are a patient-centered, therapist-led organization dedicated to improving the health of our midwest communities.
When you’re dedicated to serving each patient as an individual and delivering care to the highest possible standard, you’d better have a top notch staff. We each take pride in our own work but, more importantly, we take great pride in the efforts of our team. Each of us takes the vision of the team to every patient and, when necessary, we pull together as a team to make your life better. Please, take a moment to get to know us a little better.
About Decorah, Iowa
The city of Decorah, Iowa, is located on the banks of the Upper Iowa River in the northeastern part of Winneshiek County. It is home to 7,587 residents and is known for its Norwegian-American culture.
Decorah was settled in 1854 by a group of Norwegian immigrants led by Pastor Erick Osen (1807-1881) and Erland Ericson (known as “The Father of Decorah”).
The city has a flourishing parks and recreation department that cares for 664 acres of land that provides hiking, biking, cross country skiing, and more opportunities.
The city was once known for its shoe manufacturing industry, but now it has transitioned to a service industry economy. It offers places for the community to get together at local favorite gathering spots.
Root 43 Juicery is a family-owned juicery that serves fresh cold-pressed juices, acai, smoothies, bowls, and homemade granola!
Impact Coffee represents another locally owned business offering a third wave coffee bar featuring quality coffee roasted in Decorah.