mEET yOUR PROVIDERS
Bruce Cazden, MD (Level II)
Bruce Cazden has more than 25 years of occupational medicine experience in Northern Colorado. Dr. Cazden is Level II certified and licensed in both Colorado and California. He is fluent in Spanish and loves to travel with his wife.
Miles Cope, MD (Level II)
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Catherine Drapeau, DO (Level II)
Catherine Drapeau received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 1985 from the University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Services, Des Moines, IA. She is board certified by the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians. She practiced family medicine and urgent care for 25 years and has been practicing occupational medicine for the last five. She has two grown sons and enjoys hiking and kayaking.
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 Tatum, 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.
Alex Miller, MT
Alex graduated from the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy in December 2010 and joined Workwell in 2015. His goal as a massage therapist is to establish a self-myofascial massage program for clients who seek a safe and natural way to improve health and reduce everyday stresses and pains. When not at the clinic, he enjoys spending time with his wife and stepchildren, playing disc golf, kayaking, and snowboarding.