Albany Office

Meet the Albany Limitless Team

At Limitless Physical Therapy, your possibilities are limitless and our staff is here to help get you there. Whether it’s recovering from injury, aches, and pain, or recovering from life in general, when you are empowered with a caring staff, treated with clinical excellence, and coached along the way, great things happen.

Life is a participatory experience and so is your healthcare, therefore the staff at Limitless Physical Therapy strive to aid you in feeling engaged and inspired, and ultimately enabling you to achieve your best you possible.

So, ask yourself “what if I could…?” You might really like the answer!

The origins of Limitless Physical Therapy come from a general dissatisfaction with the current state of healthcare and a vision to do more, provide more, care more, be friendly, be there for what the patient’s needs are, and get people better faster. Ultimately—be limitless.

This doesn’t happen without your buy in, your engagement, a greater shift towards personalized care, and using the latest advances in research and technology to provide the most complete care possible. Let’s do this together and find a better you today.


Owner and Clinic Director

Craig’s passion for Physical Therapy lies in discovering the “Why?” within his patients. This includes: why they are in pain and discovering the true biomechanics cause of the problem, not just treating the symptoms. It also means diving into why patients want to recover from this injury and what activities, sports, recreation, or work demands to which they want or need to return. He enjoys the individualization of physical therapy and is an expert, educator, and student of anatomy, biomechanics, and orthopedics.

Craig grew up in Eugene and has lived in Oregon his whole life. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Pacific University in Forest Grove.

Craig specializes in orthopedics and sports medicine treating all body parts with an emphasis on a healthy return to activity. He has been trained in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment which stresses global movement assessment and a system/interaction approach over an isolated joint approach. Craig is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist which pairs perfectly with his Physical Therapy expertise.

Craig is an avid runner completing the Eugene Marathon in 2012 and participates frequently in half marathons and 10k, and has started doing obstacle course races. He feels many running injuries are related largely to a sedentary lifestyle and improper running mechanics. Craig also enjoys cross fit with an emphasis on moving correctly with technique first and foremost over speed and weight to train smartly and avoid injury. Craig has a great deal of experience with Golf Injuries and Golf Fitness, trained as a Golf Fitness Instructor and Medical Professional through the Titleist performance Institute.

Finally, Craig takes an innovative and creative approach applied to the science and research of diagnosing and treating injuries. This ensures that each individual will get a treatment custom to them; their injury, their environment, their goals, and their needs.

Kjell Mann, PT, DPT, CSCS

Physical Therapist

Kjell, a native of central Minnesota was raised in the Midwest and spent a majority of his life exploring and enjoying the outdoors of his home state. After completing his Doctor of Physical Therapy in Fargo, ND, he became a travel therapist for one year before making his move to Oregon in August 2020.
Kjell was an avid sports enthusiast playing competitive soccer, hockey and track in high school, then leading a club collegiate soccer program at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. He also has a drive to help his community through volunteerism and mentoring and carries over these traits in the clinic to strive to better the patient as a whole – not just their diagnosis. He recently has been studying and focusing on functional movement and strengthening to help people return to their previous activity level. When you see Kjell in the clinic he will greet you with a warm smile and positive demeanor.
Growing up in the country, Kjell follows his roots by spending the majority of his time hiking, fishing, and exploring the outdoors. As a newer resident, he is looking forward to experiencing the beauties that the great state of Oregon has to offer.
Alex Pyle

Alex Pyle, PT, DPT

Physical Therapist

As an Oregon native, Alex grew up exploring everything the state had to offer. From hiking, running, and camping to rock climbing and snowboarding, Alex enjoys any activity that allows her to adventure throughout the beautiful state of Oregon. She understands the importance of being able to enjoy your hobbies and to live life as pain-free as possible. She also appreciates that everyone is unique and has their own goals, so it is her mission to get to know each patient and help them get back to doing what they love.

Alex graduated from the University of Oregon with degrees in Human Physiology and Psychology. Before attending DPT school, she had the opportunity to travel abroad and teach English in Thailand, which helped fuel her passion for working with kids and teens. She then graduated Magna Cum Laude from Angelo State University before returning to Oregon to practice as a physical therapist.

Karisa Oxenreider

Chief Operations Officer

Karisa grew up in the town of Coburg, just outside of Eugene. She enjoys the ability to have adventures close to home, from hiking in the Eugene area to walking the beaches of the Oregon coast or cross country skiing in the Cascades. Having personally struggled with injuries and post-surgery limitations, she is passionate about helping others to find the right resources that meet their individual needs. She is excited to be part of the Limitless Physical Therapy team, giving her the opportunity to see and help others discover their passion to live healthy, happy and active lives.

Niki Bellegante

Office Manager

Niki grew up on a ranch in the mountains of Brownsville, Oregon.  She has a love for the outdoors and believes in its therapeutic benefits.  You can find her in the garden, watching movies, and always cheering for the Oregon Ducks during football season.  She is excited to be part of a team that helps give people the ability to reach their personal goals, and the freedom to do whatever activities bring them a sense of joy, meaning, and passion.


Ashley Bush

Customer Service Specialist

Ashley grew up in a small town called Rainier, Oregon. She is currently a college student at Western Oregon University, where she is studying Psychology and Human Biology. When not working or studying, she loves to be outside, whether it’s going on hikes, or watching the sunset on the beach, being outside/being active and enjoying nature is her happy place. Ashley enjoys photography in her spare time as well! She is excited to be a part of a fun and caring team that wants to help everyone be limitless.

Hanna Barten

Customer Service Specialist

Hanna is a Sweet Home, Oregon native and is a recent graduate of Linn-Benton Community College. In her spare time you can find her around the lakes, rivers, and coastline soaking up the sun. She’s always up for an adventure somewhere new, especially out in the woods. With a history of volunteer work and community activities, Hanna loves to get to know everyone she meets. Keeping a positive outlook and attitude is a part of her daily life, and she wants to share that with anyone who visits the clinic.

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Limitless Physical Therapy - Albany
947 Geary St. SE
Albany, OR 97322
(541) 704-7770
Fax: (541) 704-7773

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Monday: 7AM - 6PM
Tuesday: 7AM - 6PM
Wednesday: 7AM - 6PM
Thursday: 7AM - 6PM
Friday: 7AM - 6PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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