Our Team

Dr. John Weldon

Founder & Owner Operator

As the only CFMT in Waco and the surrounding area, Dr. John Weldon is trained to identify specific mobility limitations within the joints, soft tissues, viscera and neurovascular tissues. Limited mobility in these structures can impair a person’s function and ability to automatically and efficiently control their movements, which often leads to pain and decreased ability to perform normal daily activities. Functional Manual Therapy is an innovative approach to patient care and wellness that seamlessly incorporates mobilization, neuromuscular facilitation, and motor control training to alleviate pain and restore efficient movement.

“My work is passion and purpose driven. I want people to experience the difference functional manual therapy can make in their lives. I want people to know that they don’t have to be limited by the pain they feel. The body has the potential to overcome injury with the right approach. Functional Manual Therapy gets effective results and improves lives.” – Dr. John Weldon

When Dr. John Weldon isn’t treating patients, he enjoys time with his family, being outdoors, building furniture, hunting, attending church and playing sports with his sons.

Prior to opening WELL+DONE PT, Dr. Weldon led Elite Sports Therapy as Director of Physical Therapy this past year. He and his family moved to the area four years ago. After receiving his Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree at Hardin Simmons in 2013, he worked in an out patient clinic that specialized in Manual Therapy and also treated patients in acute care and home health care in New Mexico.

Dr. Weldon was raised in Wimberley, Texas. A fun fact that he won’t be the first to share is that he led the Wimberley Texans Football team to their first State Championship as Quarterback in 2005. He also played collegiate football at Hardin Simmons. Even though he won’t be the first to tell you the successes he has had with his patients, he has treated many who will. While his approach is humble, his results are big.

Dr. Jennifer Kollmar

PT, DPT

Jennifer Kollmar is a graduate of Touro College in 2009 with a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. She was hired at Peak Performance Physical Therapy in New York and was assigned as a staff Physical Therapist. She treated outpatient orthopedic patients to include post/ops, sprains, strains and over use injuries.

In 2011 She received a commission in the U. S. Navy as a Lieutenant. Her first assignment was at Bethesda, Maryland, what is now called Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, assigned as a staff Physical Therapist. Her Patients included active duty military, veterans, retirees, their spouses and children. She also involved in the care and treatment of returning wounded warriors from the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.

In the summer of 2013, she was selected to open a brand new Physical Therapy department in Sasebo Japan from scratch. Assigned as the sole Physical Therapist on the base, she and her staff were responsible for the care and treatment of 25,000 personnel assigned to the U.S. Navy fleet, which consisted of 12 Naval Ships, 26 supporting commands and base personnel.

After a successful tour in Japan, she received orders in 2015 to the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, stationed in Norfolk Virginia. Assigned as the sole staff Physical Therapist for the 5,000 Sailors assigned to the ship. She spent 2 years on the aircraft carrier and completed a 7-month deployment to the Arabian Gulf.

Doctor Kollmar separated from the U.S. Navy in August 2017 and worked at Bosque River Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, until joining Well Done Physical Therapy. She is certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling and has attended the Colonel Douglas A. Kersey Advanced Clinical and Operational Practice Course in San Antonio, Texas; which specializes her in operational physical therapy. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience treating and diagnosing outpatient Physical Therapy patients and is excited to be in Waco, Texas providing care and treatment to the surrounding areas.