617 W. Clairemont Avenue
Eau Claire, WI 54701
Dr. Raehl has been studying prolotherapy since 2007 and began treating patients in 2009. She is trained in the Hackett Hemwall Patterson tradition of prolotherapy and is an active instructor for the Hackett Hemwall Patterson Foundation.
Dr. Raehl finds prolotherapy an exciting complement to traditional medical treatments for chronic ligamentous and joint pain due to arthritis, trauma or overuse injuries. She is particularly interested in treating citizen athletes of all ages and helping keep them “in the game.”
Dr. Raehl is a 1987 graduate of the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed a rotating osteopathic internship at Muskegon General Hospital in Muskegon, Michigan before serving four years in the Public Health Service as a general medical officer in Bethel, Alaska. Dr. Raehl subsequently finished her family practice residency at the Eau Claire Family Practice Residency Program in 1995. She completed the University of North Carolina Faculty Development Fellowship in 1997.
Currently, Dr. Raehl is a family medicine faculty physician for Prevea Health Family Medicine Residency in Eau Claire. She was an Associate Clinical Professor for the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health at the Eau Claire Family Practice Residency from 1995-2017.
She is board certified by the American Board of Family Practice and is a member of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine.