Bone & Joint Clinic, S.C. (Bone & Joint), central Wisconsin’s leading independent provider of comprehensive musculoskeletal services, has welcomed Lisa Wengel, a family nurse practitioner, to its pain management team and Marah Bartelt as a physical therapy assistant.  

Wengel looks forward to tailoring care to the needs of patients in her role as a family nurse practitioner specializing in pain management. 

“I enjoy listening to each patient, offering a wide range of treatment options and working together to select an individualized plan that works best for them,” said Wengel. 

Wengel brings 11 years of healthcare experience as a board-certified nurse practitioner to the Bone & Joint team.

She earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and a Master of Science as a family nurse practitioner from Edgewood College.  

Bartelt will provide services as a physical therapy assistant at Bone & Joint Physical Therapy in Medford. Of her care philosophy, Bartelt said, “I strive to focus on the needs and individual preferences of all my patients to improve their wellbeing and quality of life.”  

She is particularly interested in balance and gait training, cupping, wound care, pediatrics, general orthopedics and post-operative rehabilitation.

Bartelt earned her associate degree in applied science from Chippewa Valley Technical College. She has been a licensed physical therapy assistant since 2015, having experience in both inpatient and outpatient physical therapy.