Laura Lund, PT, DPT
Physical Therapist / FAFS, CAFS, CMTPT, ASTYM Cert
Laura, originally from Kansas City, comes to LoDo Physical Therapy from Overland Park, KS. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Kansas, followed by her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO. Through her education, Laura has become well-versed in biomechanics, certified in functional dry needling, and trained in Applied Functional Science through the Gray Institute.
Laura’s training has instilled an excellent background in movement, manual therapy, & function, helping her to develop the skills identify the underlying dysfunction & determine the true cause of pain. She is committed to empowering clients and helps them achieve their goals. She has a great passion for the outdoors, travel, and athletics. Her love for sports and connection to people led her to her career in physical therapy. Laura devotes her free time to everything that Colorado has to offer, by way of hiking, skiing, dining, time with family and friends, playing volleyball, & spending weekends with her lab Hattie.
Breana Koffler, MSPT, PT
Physical Therapist / MSPT, MTC, ATC, PMA®-CPT
Breana has been in the healthcare field for over 20 years. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from the University of Findlay, Ohio and moved to Colorado in 2000 to pursue a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from Regis University. Her passion for education and movement led her to attain Pilates education through Polestar Pilates and a Running Certification through Runity – a Polestar partner company. She is a Certified Pilates Teacher (CPT) through Pilates Method Alliance and a student of CoreAlign Instructor Training with Balanced Body Education.
Throughout her practice of physical therapy, she integrates manual therapy, movement re-education and functional dry needling (KinetaCore). This combined approach facilitates efficient movement behavior enabling the client to grow awareness to and correct their dysfunctional movement patterns. Dysfunctional movement is a source of pain and does not allow the body to heal correctly. Breana assists clients in recovering from a range of musculoskeletal, orthopedic injuries to neurodynamic and postural dysfunctions of the spine and extremities. In addition, she provides care for chronic and post-operative conditions, sport and work-related injuries.
Empowerment, education and awareness are the benchmark elements she provides throughout her practice. Teaching clients how to move and return to their desired activity level is her personal passionate goal. In her free time, Breana enjoys being with her family, traveling, hiking, skiing, trail running, golfing, playing basketball and pretty much any sport and adventure outside!
Phillip Wehrman, PT, DPT
Phillip first developed a passion for physical therapy following his own extensive rehabilitation. After earning his Bachelors of Science from Auburn University, Phillip spent three years working primarily in sports performance. He also coordinated unique strength and conditioning programs for youth, high school & college teams, as well as endurance athletes.
Following that, he returned to his home town of St. Louis to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Washington University. He then launched his professional career in the Pacific Northwest. As Phillip continued to pursue his interest in human movement, he directed his focus on the Movement Systems Impairments (MSI) approach as taught by Shirley Sahrmann, PT, PhD, FAPTA. He’s also received additional training in the Washington University Running Clinic, which incorporates video analysis to identify biomechanical dysfunction in recreational and competitive runners.
Phillip employs a blended treatment approach, utilizing manual and movement-based interventions to help his patients better understand and modify their unique movement patterns. He enjoys treating a wide variety of patients, and sees their goals as the centerpiece of an effective, personalized treatment method. He utilizes communication, compassion, and education to empower his patients to take control of their overall lifestyle. Outside of the clinic, Phillip enjoys biking, skiing, cooking, hiking, and playing golf. He is also an avid sports fan, especially when it comes to his hometown St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues!
Phil Koffler, MSPT, MTC
Owner / Physical Therapist, Certified Manual Therapist
Phil established LoDo Physical Therapy in order to provide the Denver community with the highest quality physical therapy services available anywhere in Colorado. He chose to establish a clinic where all
physical therapists have more than a decade of development, experience and extensive post-graduate training. Phil obtained his Master’s degree from Regis University and completed his certification in Manual Physical Therapy from the University of St. Augustine.
His strong background in Orthopaedics and biomechanics is complemented by comprehensive training in manual therapy and functional dry needling. Phil has taught at the doctorate level, and firmly believes that his primary mission is educating and empowering his patients. He appreciates the challenge that every patient brings and enjoys solving the “puzzle” that others have missed.
In his free time, Phil enjoys spending time with his wife and their two children, doing research, fishing, hunting, and traveling.
Marin Campbell, PT, DPT
Marin’s physical therapy practice is structured on a foundation of professional knowledge and a collaborative and holistic approach that empowers the individual client to achieve his or her goals. She became interested in PT after working as a PT Aide and recovering after her own shoulder surgery, an experience that pushed her to a greater understanding of rehabilitation. Marin earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2014 from Northern Arizona University and then returned to Boulder to practice. Her time coaching age group and high school swimming, during which she had swimmers achieve state championships and Olympic Trials, and her personal experience competing in mountain biking, triathlon, and swimming, informs her therapy style. She is especially interested in the rehabilitation and management of upper extremity and overuse injuries, and also enjoys working with clients and athletes to prevent injury, develop beneficial training strategies, and maximize their physical therapy experience. Dry needling has been an important part of her professional and personal experience, and she is trained and certified in this treatment through the Integrative Dry Needling Institute.
Marin’s professional and personal interests continue to merge, as she recently recovered from arthroscopic hip surgery. The procedure and rehabilitation process are allowing her to enjoy a return to mountain biking, hiking, and traveling in the mountains of Colorado and add to her empathetic approach to PT.
A native of Bay City, Michigan, Danielle is a transplant to Denver as of the summer of 2015. With almost a decade of experience in rehabilitation practices, and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Danielle has been an integral part of facilitating all facets of care for our clients and patients.
As the Clinic Manager and Administrator at LoDo Physical Therapy, she is focused on delivering top-tier client service and is happy to assist you with all of your financial, scheduling, and other needs. Dedicated to ensure an efficient and comfortable visit, patient care is her utmost priority and she understands how important it is to have a staff you can trust, in all aspects of rehabilitation therapy. As a former classically trained dancer, and current teacher, she understands just how much of a priority full body functionality really
Danielle currently resides in City Park West, with her boyfriend, their two dogs and cat. Her interests include watching college & professional sports (particularly- The University of Michigan), hiking, being outdoors, trying new restaurants, spending time with friends, and exploring all the Denver and Colorado have to offer.