Limitless Physical Therapy Welcomes Dr. Mike Robinson PT DPT OCS CSCS

Dr Mike Robinson PT South Sister Summit

Limitless Physical Therapy sat down with its newest physical therapist to get to know Dr. Mike Robinson more personally and share this information with our greater audience.  How long have you been practicing physical therapy? I’ve been a physical therapist for over 3 years beginning in the summer of 2019. I’m originally from Ohio but […]

Create a Home Workspace to Stay Pain-Free, Productive


As millions transition into working from home to help thwart the spread of the coronavirus, maintaining both workspace comfort and productivity has no doubt been an issue for many.  While in-office workstations are often designed around ergonomic considerations and long-term trial and error, ensuring optimal comfort and health, home workspaces can often fall short in […]

Physical Therapists Offering Virtual ‘Telehealth’ Visits

It’s said that necessity is the mother of invention. The team at Limitless Physical Therapy is proving this by offering a new way to see and help patients during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.  During this time of uncertainty, while social distancing is paramount, the Limitless Physical Therapy team in Eugene and Albany is now offering patients a “virtual” option that ensures […]

Eugene Wellness: 5 Exercise Ideas During Social Distancing

As the country bands together to slow the spread of COVID-19 (a.k.a., the coronavirus) through the practice of social distancing, many have found their regularly exercise routines disrupted.  Gym closures, group fitness class cancellations and the closing of popular parks and trails have become commonplace, says Eugene physical therapist Craig Iseli, making it more difficult for people to get […]

Eugene Artists: Don’t Let Pain or Injury Dampen Your Creative Spirit

We often don’t consider the long-term impact that practicing the fine arts can have on the body.  Yet, according to Eugene physical therapist Craig Iseli, dancers, musicians, visual artists and even performing artists are not immune to experiencing pain and injury related to their crafts.  “Artists of all types express themselves in ways that require various levels of strength, […]

Help a Loved One Live a More Active, Healthful Life

e typically wish for those we love to live their best, most healthful lives. That’s why it can be both frustrating and worrisome when a loved one slips onto a more sedentary lifestyle track – one that could be harmful to their long-term well-being.  You want to help them recommit to exercise and fitness, but […]

PT Successful in Removing Weight-Loss Barriers

Weight loss is one of the top New Year’s Resolutions made by Americans each year, according to multiple sources. Yet, studies conclude that only 8 percent of people actually achieve their annual goals, including those who seek to live healthier, more active lives.  While some many point to their busy lives and the lack of personal willpower […]

5 Holiday Giving Options Offering Healthful Returns

The Holiday Season is a time for giving, and that includes supporting causes and organizations that make our communities stronger.  It’s in this spirit that Eugene physical therapist Craig Iseli shares some holiday giving suggestions which offer a more healthful return than simply writing a check.  “As a physical therapist, my goal is to improve lives and the community by […]

Can Exercise Ward Off Cold and Flu Symptoms?

As cold and flu season approaches, so does the season of illness prevention.  From getting flu shots to adding a little extra Vitamin C to our diets, prevention often becomes a focus for those concerned with getting sick, missing work and/or school, and optimizing the joy of their upcoming Holiday Seasons.  It’s based on this […]