Nicki Quarne (pronounced QUAR-nee)
suffered a knee injury in high school that
required surgery and several months of
“I had a great outcome and decided that
therapy was something I’d like to do to
help others,” she said.
Nicki encourages her patients to be active
participants in their own care.
“When patients participate in their own
care by doing their exercises at home, that’s
when we see the best results,” Nicki said.
She treats all outpatient orthopedic injuries
and has special interest in sports injuries,Parkinson’s disease, vestibular rehab, bowel and bladder health issues and prenatal and postpartum care.
“I tailor my treatment approach according to the needs of each individual patient,” Nicki said. “Patients come from all different backgrounds and have different goals. The key is to know which treatment approach is most appropriate for the patient’s condition and individual health goals.”
Nicki holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and has been with Marshfield Clinic since 2001. She is actively involved in the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association, which has certified her as a credentialed clinical instructor for student physical therapists and as a mentor for pre-therapy students.
She lives in Marshfield and grew up near Abbotsford. She enjoys volleyball, taekwondo, running, hiking, yoga, mountain biking, coaching soccer and skiing. Her husband, Brian, is a teacher, and together they have three children.