Kate Coffman


Kate graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from Marquette University. During her undergraduate career, Kate became a certified personal trainer. As a trainer, she worked with student athletes, active service personnel, and the geriatric/pediatric population. She founded the Wellness Department at the Helfaer Recreation Center, where she managed group fitness, personal training, and free fitness assessments. Kate then transferred into the Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program at Marquette University to pursue the next stage of her career. After successfully completing her doctorate program, Kate has developed a passion for orthopedic diagnoses, sports, musculoskeletal, pre and post-operative cases, work hardening/conditioning, pain management, pelvic floor, neurologic conditions, and postural/body mechanic education for prevention of injury. Kate excels in hands-on skills using manual therapy techniques that she studied under a Fellow of Manual Therapy, such as joint/soft tissue mobilization, manipulation, and muscle energy techniques. Kate is constantly working towards advancing her skills and certifications. In her free-time, Kate loves celebrating life with her family and friends.

Kate’s specialties include: 

Herman & Wallace – Internal and External Women’s and Men’s Health provider, Fertility Specialist, Pediatric Pelvic Floor Provider, Pregnancy and Post-Partum provider, Multi-State Pelvic Health Mentor, F.I.R.S.T.TM Work Conditioning & Hardening director and provider, OccuPro Functional Capacity Evaluator and Work Conditioning/Hardening Certified, Rebound® (Tactical Athlete Health and Performance) provider, LSVT-BIG® Certified, OnBaseUniversity® Overhead Throwing Certified, Graston Technique® Certified, Dry Needling Certified, ACL-Return to Play Standard Testing, IMPACT® Concussion Screening provider, Lyme Disease specialist, Clinical Instructor and Site Coordinator Clinical Education, American Council on Exercise – Certified Personal Trainer


Kate Coffman
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