Cumberland Healthcare Rehabilitation Services: Turtle Lake Center
205 Oak Street North
Turtle Lake, WI 54889
Appointments: (715) 986-2022
Fax: (715) 986-2236
CumberlandHealthcare opened their new Turtle Lake Center on Monday, July 9, 2012. The clinic is located at 205 Oak Street North, on the south side of the Turtle Lake School building. Cumberland Healthcare is providing outpatient physical and occupational therapy to the public from this new location. This innovative and progressive facility improves access to leading therapy services. The Turtle Lake Center is open Monday, Wednesday and Fridays from 1-6 PM with additional hours coming in the fall.
With Rehabilitation Services at Cumberland Healthcare at capacity, there has been a great need to expand to another location. “This center allows us to better serve our community through improved access to excellent rehabilitation services closer to home,” stated B.J. Brenna, Director of Rehabilitation Services at Cumberland Healthcare. “We have been involved with the Turtle Lake School District for over twenty five years providing school based therapy and volunteering athletic health services. We look forward to continuing our support of the school and its mission while providing improved access for the public.”
“We are looking forward to having first rate care right down the hall. This Turtle Lake location will be an excellent complement to our PEP Grant aligning with our main goal of preparing students’ minds and bodies for the future,” explains Mary Schradle-Mau, Athletic Director for Turtle Lake School district.
“This is an excellent example of the many ways we partner with our service area communities to provide access to exceptional health care. We look forward to our continued involvement in Turtle Lake.” said Charles Christensen, Cumberland Healthcare’s chairman of the board of directors.
Cumberland Healthcare Rehabilitation Services
The individualized, "hands on" approach that characterizes our physical therapists care is highly valued by patients. Our physical therapists perform a thorough evaluation and work with you to develop a plan of care that promotes the ability to move, reduces pain, restores function, and prevents disability. Our physical therapists work side-by-side with their patients making sure that the goals of the treatment plan are met.
Therapeutic exercise and functional training are the cornerstones of physical therapy treatment. Depending on the particular needs of a patient, physical therapists may "manipulate" or mobilize a joint (passive movements at the end of the patient's range of motion) or massage a muscle to promote proper movement and function.
Physical therapists may use other techniques such as electrotherapy, ultrasound, hot packs, and ice in addition to other treatments when appropriate.
Physical therapists also work with individuals developing fitness and wellness-oriented programs promoting healthier and more active lifestyles.
Our physical therapists practice in a variety of settings, including the hospital, outpatient clinic, local schools, occupational settings, and the Extended Care Unit (ECU).
Our physical therapists help people with conditions such as:
• Back and neck pain
• Pre and post surgical therapy
• Sports inuries and other sports-related issues
• Women's health including incontinence and pelvic pain
• Osteoporosis and fall prevention
• Wound and burn care
• Balance and vestibular disorders
• Neurologic conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury and Parkinson's disease
• Workplace injuries
• Ergonomic and Functional Capacity Evaluations
• Work conditioning and hardening
• Traumatic injuries
• Pediatric therapy
Physical Therapy Staff
Amy M. Brenna, MS, PT
Benjamin J. Brenna, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS, PES
Director of Rehabilitation Services
Corrine Deeg, DPT
Justin Deeg, DPT
Rachel Wiita, DPT
Erin E. McCreary, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant
Julie Nevala, PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant