Chamber celebrates UP Rehab Services in Niagara
The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at U.P. Rehab Services’ new location at 500 Roosevelt Road in Niagara, Wis. The clinic offers physical therapy; orthopedic and musculoskeletal care; rehabilitation for the spine and upper and lower extremity; pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation; and specialty services such as cancer rehab, bariatric rehab, headache rehab, vestibular rehab, balance and fall prevention and chronic pain rehab. Additionally, the Niagara clinic will provide dry needling, which uses sterile needles to treat muscle dysfunction. From left are chamber ambassadors Denise Lind, Greta Michaud, Robert Whitens and Tamara Juul; Bobby Sue Burns, U.P. Rehab secretary; Paul Stefanac and Ashley Bracco of U.P. Rehab; Sara Gunville, clinic director; Debbie Peterson, Julie Wodenka, Maureen Tercha of U.P. Rehab; Terry Tripp, clinic co-owner; Jake Miller of U.P. Rehab holding son, Sully; ambassadors Audrey Tercha, Ray King and Louise Iverson; and Suzanne Larson, chamber executive director.