Maureen Drewsen joined the Marshfield
Clinic Woodruff Center in 1997. As a Minocqua native, she enjoys working in a small-town environment.
Drewsen says Marshfield Clinic Health System’s team of technological and specialty resources allow her to give her patients state-of-the-art care in a rural setting.
As a physical therapist, Drewsen provides
rehabilitation services following surgeries,
sports or running injuries and other post-traumatic
conditions. She also treats low
back, neck and other joint problems as well
as soft tissue injuries, vertigo and balance problems.
Drewsen is certifed in dry needling. "I am impressed with the positive results I've gotten with the addition of dry needling to my practice," she said.
In additon to services in a clinical setting, Drewsen also creates personalized in-home exercise
treatment plans for patients.
Drewsen completed her undergraduate degree and her professional physical therapy training at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She is licensed to practice in Wisconsin.
She and her husband enjoy spending time outdoors; they love to hike and bike on the many trails in the Northwoods. Drewsen also serves as a youth coach for track and cross-country at Lakeland school.