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Physical Therapy

No matter your age or medical concern, physical therapy can get you back in the game, back to work, and back to life.

What Is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy uses a variety of methods to help individuals restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain and prevent or limit permanent physical disabilities caused by injuries or disease. Whether it's your neck, shoulder, back, knee or another area of the body that's bothering you, Tri-County Health Care's physical therapists, in Henning and Wadena, have an established history of helping individuals improve their quality of life.

Because our physical therapists are experts in knowing how the body works, they are able to design personalized treatment plans to reduce the risk of injury in everyday activities or sports and educate the patient in order to achieve one's maximum function.

In working with our experienced, professional staff you will find:

  • Private, comfortable, spacious treatment rooms with adjustable lighting
  • A gym space for treatment of people of all ages and diagnoses
  • Multi-station strength training stations
  • Recumbent bikes/NU-Step
  • Aerobic training equipment
  • Balance equipment

Tri-County Health Care – Henning Physical Therapy Clinic

Tri-County Health Care – Wadena Rehabilitation Clinic

Other patient services include:

Care Provided

  • Knee, hip, shoulder, ankle, foot and other orthopedic problems
  • Muscles, sprains and strains
  • Spine management
  • Post-surgical conditions
  • Women’s health and pregnancy issues
  • Overuse injuries
  • Arthritis pain
  • Balance issues
  • Pediatrics
  • Strokes and other neurological disorders
  • Recovery from amputations

Other Specific Treatment & Therapies Include:

Neurological Conditions

The Rehabilitation Clinic helps patients with neurological conditions such as strokes, brain injuries, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injuries.

Orthopedic Therapy

Includes total hip and knee replacements, Laminectomy, shoulder replacements, compression fractures, carpal tunnel, foot and ankle injuries and on-site orthotic services.

Amputation Conditions

Tri-County Health Care's Physical and occupational therapists treat patients with upper and lower extremity amputations and work closely with the patient's prosthetist to achieve desired functional outcomes. On-site prosthetic services are provided on a bi-monthly basis, as needed.


Lymphedema may be the result of multiple conditions such as breast cancer or pelvic surgery that involves removal of lymph vessels, radiation, scarring and inflammation. Treatment focuses on reducing swelling and controlling pain.


Tri-County Health Care's LSVT-certified physical therapist provides treatment for those who are experiencing decreased motor functioning due to Parkinson's disease. This treatment is customized to the needs and goals of each individual patient. More than 25 years of research show that patients can achieve improved walking, balance, trunk rotation and daily activities. Patients attend treatment four days a week for four weeks and must be referred by a provider or specialist.


Providing the very best in evidence-based treatment, our experienced staff will be with you in every stage of your journey.

Curt Brown, PT, Manager
Curt Brown, PT
Rehabilitation Director

Jeremy Meyer, PT, DPT
Jeremy Meyer, PT, DPT, Senior Physical Therapist

Sarah Maninga, ATC
Sarah Maninga, ATC

Trenda Hoemberg, DPT
Trenda Hoemberg, DPT

Stacey Sellner, DPT
Stacey Callahan, PT, DPT

Peter Finke, PT
Peter Finke, PT

Tim Sly, PT
Tim Sly, PT

Mark Pearson, PTA
Mark Pearson, PTA

Andria Pettit, PTA
Andrea Pettit, PTA