Outpatient therapy is available for patients who have moderate to severe physical limitations and who can travel to receive care. Back, soft tissue, sports medicine, neurologic, women's health, fibromyalgia and work related injuries are the most frequent ailments referred to outpatient therapy.
Other ailments commonly treated in an outpatient setting include:
- Spinal dysfunction
- Chronic pain
- Pain from motor vehicle accidents or other trauma
- Cumulative trauma disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hand injuries, surgeries or splinting needs
- Joint replacements and revisions
- Nerve injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Soft tissue disorders
- Vestibular disorders (Dizziness)
- Rotator cuff repair
To meet our goal, Genesis Physical Rehabilitation, at the Moline HealthPlex, utilizes up-to-date therapeutic services to help patients return to either their prior level of functioning or to increase their level of functioning. This facility provides outpatient physical therapy and outpatient occupational therapy. All services are provided by highly educated physical therapists and occupational therapists. Our therapists stay abreast of the latest techniques and technology in their respective fields by regularly attending continuing education courses. In addition, therapists are supported by a friendly staff of administrative assistants. Genesis Physical Rehabilitation, at Moline HealthPlex, also offers patients services and support through Genesis Medical Center, Silvis.
Please allow our facility to serve all of your outpatient physical therapy and outpatient occupational therapy needs. Please contact us at 309-281-2500 with any questions about our programs or to schedule an appointment.
Mark Gratton, PT, MPT
Title: Physical Therapist and Clinic Supervisor
School and Year of Graduation: St. Ambrose University, 2002, MPT
Began at Genesis: 2012
Specialization/Certification: Mark has been practicing physical therapy in an outpatient orthopedic and sports medicine setting since 2002. Mark is an APTA Certified Clinical Instructor. He has a particular interest in treating generalized orthopedic conditions, sports medicine injuries and patients following surgery.
Community/Recreational Activities: Mark enjoys spending time with his wife and three children and playing golf. He is active in the Moline community. Mark coaches his children's sports teams and is on the Supervisory Committee of a local credit union.
Justin Hillebrand, PT, DPT
Title: Physical Therapist
School and Year of Graduation: Loras College, 2007, BA in Sports Science; Clark College, 2010, DPT
Specialization/Certification: Justin graduated from Loras College with a BA in Sports Science, and he achieved his DPT at Clark College.
Community/Recreational Activities: Justin was born and raised in Dyersville, Iowa, and currently he resides in Bettendorf, Iowa. In his free time, Justin likes attending classic rock concerts and watching Hawkeye football games. In addition, he enjoys spending time in nature hunting and fishing.
Josh Gosnell, PT, MPT
Title: Physical Therapist
School and Year of Graduation: Clarke College, 2001, MPT
Specialization/Certification: Josh was involved in a car accident and had to undergo six months of physical therapy before being able to return to normal activities. Through this experience, Josh chose to become a physical therapist.
Community/Recreational Activities: Josh enjoys spending time with his wife and their two sons.
Mike Green, PTA
Title: Physical Therapist Assistant
School and Year of Graduation: St. Ambrose University, 2001, BS; Black Hawk College, PTA
Community/Recreational Activities: Mike grew up in Cherokee, Iowa, and now lives in Davenport, Iowa, with his wife and son. He enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing golf.
Mark Pischke OTR/L, CHT
Title: Occupational Therapist
School and Year of Graduation: St. Ambrose University, 1996, OT
Specialization/Certification: Mark became a Board Certified Hand Therapist and has been practicing in orthopedic hand and upper extremity rehabilitation. Mark is certified in the ASTYM system and enjoys treating all cumulative trauma disorders and surgical repairs of the hand and wrist.
Community/Recreational Activities: Mark enjoys playing golf in his free time.