Trenton Rehman is a Wisconsin native, growing up in West Bend and attending West Bend East high school. Trenton went on to attend Marquette University, where he graduated with two Degrees from Marquette University, including a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Physiology and a Doctor of Physical Therapy. During his time in the Doctorate program, Trenton was awarded the Daniel Strelnick award for his assertiveness, communication, and leadership skills in the clinic. After earning his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree, Trenton went on to complete an Orthopedic Residency through UW-Health and Meriter, where he underwent advanced training to further his manual skills and clinical knowledge in orthopedics.
Trenton enjoys treating a wide variety of orthopedic conditions, including those of the head, neck, spine, arms, and legs. Trenton’s experience taking advanced orthopedic courses at Marquette University, completing an orthopedic residency, and becoming Level 1 certified in Functional Dry Needling has provided him with advanced hands-on skills to treat a wide variety of diagnoses effectively.
Trenton grew fond of the Physical Therapy profession through the act of shadowing a family friend and witnessing the incredible influence she had on the lives of her patients. Now, as a therapist himself, Trenton continues to develop a deep appreciation for helping people optimize their movement and quality of life through functional exercise and manual therapies.
Along with his profession, Trenton also enjoys cheering on all of the Wisconsin sports teams, including the Golden Eagles, Badgers, Bucks, Brewers, and of course Green Bay Packers. Trenton also enjoys being active and getting outside hunting, fishing, playing basketball, sand volleyball, and golf.