Clinic Category: Workwell Locations
Meet Your Providers
Felix Meza, MD, CAQSM, MBA (Level II)
Board Certified in Sports Medicine and Family Medicine, Dr. Felix Meza has been practicing Occupational Medicine since 2006. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver. He completed a Family Medicine residency in Chicago at West Suburban Hospital and went on to complete a Sports Medicine Fellowship at Memorial Hermann Southwest Sports Medicine in Houston TX. He received further training while working for Penn State Orthopedics in State College, PA. Dr. Meza is Level II accredited by the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation and is a certified DOT provider. Dr. Meza enjoys skiing and hiking with his wife and two children. He is an avid mountain biker and has traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, South America, Europe and the US.
Bill Ford, ANP-C
Bill graduated from the University of Colorado with honors as a Level I-accredited registered nurse practitioner. He has been a fixture in our Longmont clinic since 1997. He enjoys his relationships with employers and patients who appreciate his easy-going nature and professionalism. Bill lives in Lyons with his wife and two children on a farm with lots of horses, cats, and chickens.
Lane Bunker, DC
Dr. Bunker joins Workwell with a background in returning patients to function after suffering complex work-related injuries. He has been practicing in Colorado since 1987 and has more than 30 years of experience in the treatment of workers’ compensation, automobile, and sports injuries using an active functional sports medicine approach for the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries. He is a Certified Injury Prevention Specialist, Certified Biomedical Integrative Dry Needling Practitioner, and the co-founder and Director of Dynamic Motion Rehabilitation, a functional spinal rehabilitation clinic. Dr. Bunker is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic-West.
Seneca Tantum, PT, DPT
Seneca joined Workwell in 2020 after a decade of outpatient orthopedic practice in Boulder. She holds a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center. Additionally, she is a certified orthopedic manual therapist and has completed functional dry needling training. Vestibular rehabilitation and concussion recovery are also clinical interests of hers. Seneca’s first profession in field geology introduced her to the unfortunate reality of getting hurt at work. Subsequently working a wide variety of mountain town jobs including trail crew, housekeeping, and food service gave her a broad background to draw from in the interest of connecting with patients and providing personal care. When not at work, Seneca escapes to the great outdoors.
Heather Markus, PT, DPT
As a gymnast growing up, Heather saw plenty of injuries which sparked her interest in Physical Therapy. After earning her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Ithaca College in 2015, she moved to Colorado and began practicing in the field of Occupational Medicine. She is certified in Functional Dry Needling, and continues to pursue her passion for PT by attending a fellowship program for manual therapy through The Manual Therapy Institute. She enjoys getting her patients back to their lives, work and activities.
Joshua Legare, MT
Interested in massage and body work for most of his life, Joshua pursued and obtained his license after graduating from the Lauterstein-Conway School of Massage in 2016. He's passionate about restoring livelihood to his patients through education, reducing stress and pain and increasing mobility. Joshua has recently relocated to Longmont from Austin, Texas.
Maurene Flory, Ph.D., LPC
Maurene has been practicing psychotherapy internationally and along the Colorado Front Range in hospital and primary care settings for the past 15 years. She holds a Doctorate of Philosophy and Master of Arts from the University of Colorado and a Master of Arts in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. Maurene supports all of the Workwell clinics, helping patients to restore and resume quality of life after suffering injuries sustained in the workplace.
Leslee Hecht, LCSW
Leslee has been a practicing social worker in Maryland and Colorado since 1992. After completing her Master’s in Social Work at the University of Maryland, she has worked in diverse settings, beginning with a long career in international and domestic adoption practice, as well as post adoption/search/reunion work. Shifting her focus to medical social work, she has practiced in the areas of hospice and eldercare/PACE programs, hospital case management, and as a community mental health counselor. She looks forward to meeting and consulting with Workwell clients to help them navigate the road toward physical recovery and peace of mind.
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