Given the directives from our Governor and the social responsibility we have to our community, our team of Physical Therapists are reviewing and recommending in-clinic or video-chat physical therapy on a case-by-case basis. We also offer free screenings to provide you with expert information before you decide on your choice for care. If you would like more information please give us a call!

Pre-Surgery and Post-Surgery

FOCUSING ON PRE AND POST OP RECOVERY
You may not know that surgery is just one step on the journey toward better movement and less pain. With your Limitless Physical Therapy team at your side, we can help you before surgery by: 1. Setting expectations about your surgery and recovery, and 2. Giving you tools to be more physically prepared for surgery 3. Planning your initial post-surgical follow-up visits. If you are more prepared going into surgery, you are more likely to recover faster and get back to the life you want to be living. We want to help you after surgery, too, to make the most of it. We can help you get your strength back, reduce stiffness and improve range of motion in the joint, give you tools to protect other structures (such as nearby tendons), be your support team, and much more. Physical therapy after surgery helps you attain the best possible outcomes and get you back to living your life. Let us help you discover your future without limits!

Eat away the pain? A healthy diet for pain relief

No debate can be made over the importance of a healthy diet.  The profound benefits of a healthy diet are well described all over the news, by our mothers, and by just about every healthcare provider.  What specifically constitutes a healthy diet is...

Tissue Issues – Muscle and Tendon Injuries

Muscle and tendon injuries happen all the time.  Injuries are responsible for a significant percentage of our medical system:  emergency departments, rehabilitation (like physical therapy), and surgical centers to name a few.  Recovering from an injury depends on so...

Tendon Talk

Ahh, tendons.  Tendons have to be in the top 5 of things physical therapists talk about everyday.  Whether we’re dealing with a new injury or old injury, a neurological condition or an orthopedic condition, a strength issue or a mobility issue, tendons play...

Getting in Rhythm

Listening to an avid or professional runner talk about how they prepare for and perform their craft is similar to listening to a mechanic of a Formula 1 racing car.  There’s so much that goes into high-level running that it becomes more of a calculus equation...

The Stitch Fix – How to Overcome Running Stitches

The feeling you get when you have a good rhythm on a run is just hard to replicate.  Whether you achieve the mythical “runner’s high” or you’re just having an easier run than usual, it's incredibly freeing.  You feel like nothing in the world can stop you, until you...

Get Back(packing)!

Hiking presents it’s own set of challenges, but backpacking is a different beast altogether.  Even if you’re just doing a day trip for a picnic with a view, hoisting around a backpack while you’re scaling a mountain requires more from your trunk than...

Trailing Behind

As discussed last week, the ankle is the body’s foundation when it comes to hiking.  Assuming this foundational area is great, we can start looking at other regions if hiking is a challenge.   Knee or hip pain can ruin your next trek up the mountain.  Both joints...

Losing Your Footing

Oregon is truly a great place to be, especially for those who enjoy getting outdoors.  There are miles and miles of hiking trails all across the state with pretty much any kind of terrain you could want.  It's easy to get the most out of your hiking...

That’s the Spot!

With more people working at home, more people are finding smaller breaks throughout the day between obligations.  Various meetings and obligations are spaced out with just enough time in between to do something, but not quite enough time to get a full workout and...

Doing Your Homework(out)

Last week, we discussed how you have access to most of what you need at home for a good workout.  Having a good list of exercises is important, but programming is arguably the most important part of exercising and making real progress.  Having a program also...

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1020 Green Acres Rd Ste 11
Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 654-0274
Fax (541) 228-9121


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