Mark Weigand, MS, PT, DPT, received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Trine University. He played Division I soccer at the University of Denver where he graduated with a BA in Biology. Following his playing career, he returned to D1 coaching as the graduate assistant for the men’s soccer program at SIUE where he graduated with MS in Kinesiology. Mark utilizes an evidence-based approach that combines hands-on therapy with corrective exercise to achieve optimal outcomes and sports performance for patients. He has a personal interest in treating all sports medicine injuries with a specific focus on soccer rehabilitation and injury prevention. In his free time, he enjoys coaching young soccer players through individual and group training sessions as well as traveling and spending time with his family.
Bachelor of Arts (BA), University of Denver
Master of Kinesiology (MS), Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), Trine University
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Clinical Exercise Physiologist Certified (ACSM-CEP)
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), Sports Section
American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
Widenhoefer TL, Miller TM, Weigand MS, Watkins EA, Almonroeder TG. Training rugby athletes with an external attentional focus promotes more automatic adaptions in landing forces. Sports Biomechanics. 2019;18(2):163-173.