Cooperative Performance & Rehabilitation specializes in physical therapy and athletic performance training for all ages in Eugene and Lane County, OR. By combining the art and science of caring for your body, our trained physical therapists can help you improve wellness and function to recover from injury and illness or further improve athletic performance.
A personalized approach to treatment
Our expert physical therapists perform a comprehensive analysis of movement to identify sensory impairment, joint dysfunctions, tissue limitations, muscular imbalances, and structural disorders. We equip our therapists with expert training and state of the art equipment so they can provide you with the best possible outcome. In addition to standard physical therapy equipment, our clinic has advanced vestibular/balance diagnostic and treatment equipment from Micromedical Technologies, NeuroCom Balance Master®, advanced balance and strengthening equipment from Shuttle Systems pioneered in the space program, Crossfit and Olympic Lifting apparatus, and the ElliptiGo™, the world’s first elliptical bicycle that provides a running-type workout without the physical impact of running.
At Cooperative Performance & Rehabilitation, all sessions are one-on-one with our licensed and specialized physical therapists and tailored to meet your needs and goals. During your initial physical therapy exam, your therapist will perform a comprehensive evaluation and create a personalized treatment plan for you. We help patients recover from orthopedic injuries, post-surgical problems, and conditions such as temporary or chronic balance and vestibular disorders.
Contact us today to schedule your free consultation at Cooperative Performance & Rehabilitation in Eugene, OR.
Symptoms such as dizziness, vertigo, nausea and imbalance might indicate a vestibular disorder. Vestibular disorders can be caused by viral or bacterial infections, atmospheric pressure changes or head traumas, and they limit many aspects of life. Thankfully, Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) can help.
At Cooperative Performance & Rehabilitation, our expert physical therapists take a one-on-one approach to help patients control vertigo and imbalance with customized treatment plan in our purpose-built vestibular lab. Our approach also involves educating patients about their condition and how to self-manage it.
For more information, please see our page on vestibular/balance rehabilitation.
Orthopedic Rehabilitation focuses on musculoskeletal injuries - muscles, bones, ligaments and tendons. The Orthopedic Certified Specialists at Cooperative Performance & Rehabilitation help patients recover the skills and mobility to resume their daily activities via personalized one-on-one rehabilitation programs.
Fusing clinical expertise of bio-mechanics, neuromuscular control and physiology, as well as patient education, our qualified team diagnoses, manages and treats injuries of the musculoskeletal system and rehabilitate patients after injury or surgery.
For more information please see our page on orthopedic rehabilitation
Direct access to services
In the state of Oregon, patients can seek physical therapy directly, without a prescription. A physical therapist can perform an evaluation and send a copy to your primary care physician at your request. Most insurance companies do require a prescription in order to be billed for physical therapy. Our staff will be happy to call the insurance carrier and help determine if a prescription is required.
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