HealthReach Therapists at the St. Ann Rest Home
The following people are HealthReach Rehab's primary therapy providers at the St. Ann Rest Home in Milwaukee.
See the contact information on the left side of this page for directions to the clinic on the south side of Milwaukee.
Joann Richter, OT
Joann has been a registered occupational therapist for more than 30 years. She specializes in industrial rehabilitation and enjoys providing services such as onsite therapy, injury prevention, ergonomics and health and safety programs. Joann has worked in a variety of settings providing “Return to Work” programming and has served as an injury prevention specialist. In addition, Joann loves working with the geriatric populations providing occupational therapy to them in their homes and the clinic.
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.
Rachael Trawicki, MS, CCC-SLP
Rachael completed her undergraduate studies in communicative disorders at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater and earned her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Marquette University. She enjoys working with patients of all ages in all areas of speech language pathology, including receptive and expressive language, phonology, articulation, apraxia, fluency, voice, aphasia, dysarthria, dysphagia, and AAC. Rachael’s area of expertise is the evaluation and treatment of children with speech and language difficulties, and the evaluation and treatment of infants and children with oral motor feeding and swallowing difficulties. Her special interests also include treating children with Down syndrome and cognitive rehabilitation in individuals with traumatic brain injury.