HealthReach Therapists at Luther Manor
The following people are HealthReach Rehab's primary providers at Luther Manor.
See the contact information on the left side of this page for directions to the Milwaukee-area clinic.
Jeanne Rickert, OT
Jeanne is an occupational therapist with more than 30 years of experience, the last 20 in longterm care. She is a 1976 graduate of Mount Mary College. Jeanne has specialty training in the areas of edema management and continence care and enjoys learning from the wisdom her older adult patients bring to the therapy experience.
Rose Fritz, PT
Rose received her bachelor of science degree in physical therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has worked for the last 25 years as a physical therapist in longterm, skilled nursing facilities and has also practiced in acute care hospitals. Rose enjoys working with older adults and has specialty training in the areas of balance and dizziness as well as stroke rehabilitation.
Cindy Trecek, MS, CCC-SLP
Cindy earned her bachelor degree in communicative disorders from UW-Eau Claire in 1993 and her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1995. She has worked as a speech pathologist, primarily with older adults for more than15 years. Her primary focus is on swallowing deficits, speech and language problems, memory, and other cognitive issues. When working with her clients, Cindy believes it is very important to treat the whole person, allowing each individual to learn at his or her own pace.
Cara Davis, MS, CCC-SLP
Cara has a bachelor of science degree in human services from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She received her master’s degree in communicative sciences and disorders in 2009 from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Cara enjoys helping older adults with cognitive, communication and swallowing concerns. She gets great satisfaction from partnering with her patients to improve their quality of life
Jamie Dreyfus, OT
Jamie is a 2006 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in occupational therapy. She pursued a position in long term care because of her desire to help older adults regain their independence with their daily activities. Jamie has specialty training in lymphedema and edema management as well as continence care.
Cathy Skocir-Stehr, OT
Cathy graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts, and then again in 1994 with her degree in occupational therapy. Cathy has specialty training in continence care and enjoys working with older adults. She appreciates the opportunity to combine her two degrees as she strives to make her patient treatment engaging and meaningful.
Alena Kan, PTA
Alena is a 2004 graduate of Milwaukee Area Technical College with an associate’s degree as a physical therapy assistant. She has worked in longterm care and sub-acute rehab settings since then. Alena enjoys partnering with patients and their families as they work together to achieve patient goals and maximize independence.
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.
Dayna Hein, PT, DPT
Dayna earned her doctorate in physical therapy from Concordia University in 2009. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology as well. Dayna has clinical experience in outpatient orthopedics, pediatrics, traumatic brain injury and geriatrics. She enjoys getting to know her patients and learning about their life experiences. Dayna is committed to patient centered care, making sure that patient needs and goals are the first priority.
Kay Luck, OT
Kay is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. She is an original employee of HealthReach, joining the company in January of 1995. Kay has worked in rehab with geriatric patients for over 25 years in a variety of settings, including skilled nursing facilities, assisted living and home service. Her areas of interest include splinting, stroke rehab, cognition and lymphedema. Kay has been a certified lymphedema therapist since 2002.
Ann Butkiewicz, PTA
Ann is a graduate of Milwaukee Area Technical College, with an Associate Degree-Physical Therapy Assistant. She specializes in treatment techniques for pain, from headaches, TMJ, pre and post-surgical pain, joint pain, and neck,arm, and back pain. Ann has a strong interest in outpatient orthopedics, with expertise in manual therapy techniques, specifically Craniosacral therapy.
Keeley Sommers, OT
Keeley Sommers is an Occupational Therapist. After a sports injury in high school, Keeley was introduced to the possibility of a career in therapy. With her interest in healthcare coupled with a desire to work with people, occupational therapy was a great fit. She received her undergraduate degree in Rehabilitation Psychology from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2010. This area of study broadened Keeley’s perspective on the intricate roles a person takes on throughout one’s life. Keeley continued her education at Mount Mary University receiving her Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy in 2014. Keeley’s professional interests include upper extremity rehabilitation; treating pain and injuries located in the arm from the shoulder to the hand. As well as, helping people return to their life roles after injury or illness. Outside of work, Keeley enjoys spending time with her family, trying her hand in the kitchen, traveling to new places, and exploring the outdoors by hiking, camping, skiing, and paddle boarding. .
Tracy Ostler, PTA
Tracy is a 2005 honors graduate from Blackhawk Technical College with an associate’s degree as a physical therapist assistant. Her clinical experience has been remarkable and has a variety of depth including clinical experience in acute inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. Tracy is a dedicated individual who will lead and support every patient to advance to his/her highest level of independent function.