- Family Medicine
Full spectrum care from birth to end of life, preventive health, community and public health, dermatology, orthopedic injections, birth control, diet and nutrition, addiction, sleep medicine
- Exercise Science, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI
- Biochemistry, Boston University, Boston, MA
- University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, WI
- Family Medicine, University of Minnesota Family Medicine and Community Health, North Memorial-Broadway, Minneapolis, MN
Dr. Kufahl is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians, the Lake Superior Medical Society and the Wilderness Medical Society.
Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine
Philosophy of care
“I revolve my practice around forming a strong relationships with my patients. I believe that the relationship between a physician and a patient should be a partnership built on honesty and trust."
Why Dr. Kufahl went into medicine
“Before I chose family medicine, I studied engineering, physical therapy, biochemistry and basic science research. Throughout these studies, I felt something was missing—interacting personally with people. I spent much of my training at rural clinics, and because of its personal aspect, knew that family medicine was where I belonged.”
Favorite advice to give to patients
“Prioritize and don’t sacrifice your sleep. Try to get eight hours every night. Sleep is the most underrated aspect of physical and mental health."
Dr. Kufahl grew up in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, exploring the outdoors. Though his medical training took him elsewhere at first, he is glad to be back in the Northwoods in Duluth. Dr. Kufahl and his wife chose Duluth not only because of the great outdoors scene, but also because of the growing community of young professionals and the outstanding medical and arts communities. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, mountain biking, cross country skiing, hunting, woodworking, home-brewing and fermenting.