About Us

90 East 27th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon, 97405
PH: 541-653-9696
FAX: 541-653-9669

Cooperative Performance & Rehabilitation provides cutting-edge physical therapy and athletic performance training. Our highly trained physical therapists work to help patients recover from injuries and post-surgical conditions and to help athletes—recreational and professional—attain peak performance.

Kenji Carp, PT, OCS, ATC, the clinic founder and director has over 25 years of clinical experience. Kenji began his career as a Certified Athletic Trainer and volunteered as the Head Physical Therapist/Athletic Trainer for the IAAF World Junior Track and Field Championships. Kenji is Board Certified in Orthopedic Clinical Specialty through the American Physical Therapy Association. He is also Advanced Competency Certified in Vestibular/balance therapy. A writer and medical illustrator, Kenji has co-authored multiple texts and journal articles and teaches continuing education courses in the field. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from the University of Colorado and a Master of Physical Therapy from Carroll University. A Eugene local Kenji enjoys hanging out with his daughters, snowboarding, and making things that are aesthetically pleasing but functional in his shop.

Kenji Carp, PT, OCS, ATC

Rachel Robinson, PT, DPT received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Ohio University in 2019 and has been practicing in Eugene, OR ever since. She enjoys helping patients through a multitude of vestibular and orthopedic conditions, with a special interest in running related injury and performance. In addition to practicing physical therapy, Rachel is pursuing her PhD in Human Physiology at the University of Oregon’s Bowerman Sport Science Center. Her current research at UO involves the use of wearable sensors to monitor running biomechanics outside of the lab, and using 3D motion capture and force analysis to study the biomechanics of uphill and downhill running. Rachel’s favorite thing about Eugene is the tight-knit running community and loves spending time on the amazing trails of Oregon with her dog, Poppy!

Rachel Robinson

Kyle Ohnemus, PT, DPT is originally from Southern California and developed his passion for movement and the outdoors while surfing, snowboarding, rock climbing, and hiking. Building upon his passions, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology Pre-Physical Therapy from San Diego State University. During his undergraduate studies, he gained experience in a variety of settings including acute care, outpatient orthopedics, and at SDSU’s Adaptive Fitness Clinic. Kyle earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. He further developed his skills in orthopedic clinics, skilled nursing facilities, and an emergency department. He now happily calls Eugene home and enjoys helping people in the community with a variety of vestibular and orthopedic conditions.

Kyle Ohnemus, PT, DP

Wade Whittington, PTA, has been in clinical practice in Oregon since 2013, gaining valuable clinical experience in outpatient, skilled nursing, and home health settings. He obtained his Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant degree at Lane Community College. His clinical interests lie in orthopedics, manual, and vestibular rehabilitation and he enjoys working with a diverse variety of individuals to return them to prior function. He has made Eugene his home for more than 20 years, where he has been pleased to raise his family. In his spare time he enjoys woodworking projects, training in martial arts, hiking, riding his motorcycle, playing music, and gaming.

Wade Whittington, PTA

Michael Duffy, PT, DPT is a Eugene native whose passion for movement took him to the University of Oregon where he received a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology while volunteering as a youth basketball coach and a student research assistant. He then ventured out to Denver, where he received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado. While in Colorado Michael also worked for a cancer research team at the university hospital where he saw the impact that a collaborative healthcare team can have on patients’ lives. Michael enjoys working with patients with a broad range of conditions including orthopedic injuries, neurological conditions, and vestibular conditions. His treatment philosophy is to use movement as medicine to help people move towards healthier, happier lives. In his free time, Michael enjoys playing basketball and soccer, traveling, and enjoying the beautiful state of Oregon.

Michael Duffy, PT, DPT

Jacob Foote, PTA, QMHA (Qualified Mental Health Associate) grew up around Missoula, Montana where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Montana. While in Missoula he worked at a traumatic brain injury department at Community medical center as a life skills trainer. He lived in Bozeman, Montana for two years working various jobs including as a certified nursing assistant in an assisted living facility. After Bozeman he moved to Eugene, Oregon in 2016 and has worked in Mental Health for the last 6 years. He recently obtained his Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant from Lane Community College and has gained experience helping people with various orthopedic and neurological conditions. He has clinical interest in orthopedics, neurology, and vestibular rehab. Jake has always enjoyed working with people and helping them live their best lives. He is excited to continue supporting individuals with improving their overall health and wellness through physical therapy. Outside of work he loves being in the outdoors and spending time with his wife and two children. He enjoys hiking, camping, snowboarding, playing disc golf, woodworking/carving, and playing hockey.

Jacob Foote, PTA, QMHA