Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
at our suburban Milwaukee Clinic in Hales Corners
The following people are the primary therapy providers at HealthReach Rehab's suburban Milwaukee clinic in Hales Corners.
See the left side of this page for contact information and for directions to the clinic on the southwest side of Milwaukee County.
Lynette Gerke, PT
Lynette is a 1988 graduate of the UW-Madison Physical Therapy program. She has worked for HealthReach since 1996 and has been trained in the treatment of lymphedema (1996) and vestibular rehab (1999). Lynette has treated patients of all ages throughout her career and enjoys adding to her orthopedic skills by learning new exercise and manual therapy techniques.
Joann Richter, OT
Joann received her bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy from UW-Milwaukee in 1977. She has worked in many different work injury and prevention settings, including private industry, Worker’s Compensation companies and various medical settings. She specializes in ergonomic assessment and intervention with the focus on health cost reduction.
John Beauchamp, MS, PT
John is a physical therapist, manager of our Hales Corners Clinic, and Director of Home Service. He holds a bachelors in physical therapy from Daemen College (Amherst, NY) and an advanced masters in orthopaedic physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a clinician at heart and specializes in working with clients with movement disorders, including those with Parkinson disease. John works with his clients in both in the home and clinical settings. In addition, he is an avid cyclist and a professional bike fitter. He believes that you always have the ability to improve your performance and can help you move better.
Patty King, PTA
Patty is a graduate from Gateway Technical College with an Associate’s Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has worked with a variety of patients to maximize their functional mobility and live within their highest level of independent function as possible. Patty has a strong interest in adaptive sports programs. She also enjoys incorporating specific exercise programs and manual therapy to improve quality of life and prevent future symptoms. Outside of work Patty enjoys hiking, kick-boxing, kayaking and spending time with her family and friends.