Physical, Occupational and Speech
Therapists at our Brookfield Clinic
The following people are the primary therapy providers at HealthReach Rehab's clinic in Brookfield.
See the left side of this page for contact information and for directions to the clinic in western suburban Milwaukee.
Mike Tabor, PT, MS
Mike is the Director of Sports Medicine for HealthReach and head athletic trainer for Spartan Youth Football and the Brookfield Lacrosse Association. He holds a master of science degree in physical therapy and a bachelor of science degree in exercise and sports medicine from UW-La Crosse. Mike is a licensed athletic trainer and certified strength and conditioning specialist. Mike has worked with thousands of athletes at all levels, including professional soccer, baseball, hockey, football and basketball.
Christopher J. DeMeulenaere, PT, MBA
Chris holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Marquette University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Cardinal Stritch University. Additionally, Chris is a certified ergonomist and enjoys working in the areas of work injury prevention and treatment as well as orthopedic rehabilitation. Chris is a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve.
Joel Rolefson, PT, TMRc
Joel Rolefson, PT, TMRc is a 1997 graduate of UW-Madison with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. He has advanced training and over 17 years of experience utilizing a variety of manual therapy and specialized exercise techniques treating both orthopedic and complex chronic pain patients. He is certified in the Total Motion Release exercise approach and is accredited by the Jones Institute in utilizing the Strain-Counterstrain treatment method. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and the Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association (WPTA).
Matt Hynek, PTA
Matt is a 2007 graduate of Milwaukee Area Technical College with an associate’s degree as a physical therapy assistant. He enjoys the collaboration with other therapy staff as they help residents improve their function and quality of life.