Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
at our North Shore Milwaukee Clinic in Glendale
The following people are the primary providers of physical therapy and occupational therapy at HealthReach Rehab's North Shore Milwaukee clinic in Glendale.
See the left side of this page for contact information and for directions to this suburban Milwaukee clinic. We also offer physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy at our other Milwaukee area clinics.
Lee Coleman, PT, DPT
Lee holds a doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Concordia University (2011) and a bachelor of science degree in biology from Saint Mary’s University (2008). He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association (WPTA) and is committed to providing quality, evidence-based patient care. Lee specializes in treating orthopedic injuries with a combination of manual therapy techniques and specific exercises to promote superior outcomes and prevent future onset of symptoms. Additionally, Lee enjoys teaching and training athletes of all ages on strategies for performance enhancement and injury prevention.
Susan Fishbach, OT, MS, CLT
Sue received a bachelor of science degree in occupational therapy from the University of Pennsylvania and a master of science degree with a clinical specialty in arthritis from the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Health Related Professions. As an occupational therapist for more than 25 years, Sue has worked extensively in the areas of orthopedics, plastic surgery and hand therapy. She has been a Certified Lymphedema therapist since 1995.
Kati Maier, PTA
Kati earned her associate degree from Milwaukee Area Technical College in 2006. She enjoys working with clients struggling with orthopedic and neurologic conditions and has worked with the Parkinson’s Program at the local YMCA. Kati sees patients both in the clinic and the home setting.
Kelli Susek, MS, CCC-SLP
Kelli is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee with a bachelor of science degree in communication science and disorders and a master’s degree in speech and language pathology. She currently is treating pediatrics and adults in all areas of speech and language pathology. These areas include language, phonology, articulation, fluency, voice, aphasia, dysarthria, apraxia and dysphagia. Specific professional interests include oral motor and swallowing treatment, as well as speech/language disorders including use of the Pictured Exchange Communication System (PECS). Kelli is certified in DPNS (Deep Pharyngeal Neuromuscular Stimulation) and Electrical Stimulation for facial musculature, as well specialty training in use of PECS.