Michael Young, DPT, OCS, CSCS
Rachel Wright, DPT, OCS, CLT-LANA
Logan Vashon, DPT
Hailey Davis DPT
Hailey Davis, DPT
Ashley Schlebler DPT ATC(4)
Ashley Schebler, DPT, ATC
Drew Peterschmidt(1)
Drew Peterschmidt, SPT, CSCS
Montana Kaiyala (2)
Montana Kaiyala, SPT
Morgan Sunderland DPT
Morgan Sunderland, DPT
Kaylee Amoe, DPT
Natasha Giulietti, DPT

Main Clinic: Heritage Courtyard • 54 Oakway Center • Eugene, OR 97401 • 541-687-7005

Downtown Satellite:1410 Oak Street, Suite 100  Eugene, OR 97401 • 541-345-2064

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Diabetic Therapy

‘I was diagnosed with Diabetes last year. My Endocrinologist immediately put me on medication and a nutrition program. I was told this was my new life and I would forever be taking medicine that was making me so sick I was missing my life. When I asked for Jeff’s help, he walked me through an exercise program, stress management and stuck with me through it. I would have blood sugar spikes occasionally that no one could figure out- even on medicine. Jeff worked until he figured it out. 4 months later I’m healthier, more active, no medicine and my blood sugars run at 110 instead of 396! It feels amazing to have care providers that have your back and Jeff really put all his effort into my case. When everyone else said “it’s just the progress of the disease”, he worked harder. Diabetes doesn’t have to compromise your life.’     Chandra W.

We credit our PT Resident, Caitlin Larson, DPT, CSCS in 2011 for presenting her graduate research combining Physical Therapy with Physician services. At that time, we invited every Internist in Lane County. Only 1 physician chose to attend, Dr. Kirk Jacobsen (Board Certified, Internal Medicine). Committed to treating Diabetes we teamed up with Oak Street Medical to combat this disease for nearly 2 years with a pilot project.

Since that time, we have become a Diabetes Resource for our community.

Current American Diabetes Association Statistics

  • 2018: 10.6% of Americans have Diabetes (34.2 Million adults)
  • Undiagnosed: of the 34.2 million adults with diabetes, 26.8 million were diagnosed, and 7.3 million were undiagnosed (21%)
  • Seniors: Americans age 65 and older remains high, at 26.8%, or 14.3 million seniors (diagnosed and undiagnosed).
  • Youth: About 210,000 Americans under age 20 are estimated to have diagnosed diabetes, approximately 0.25% of that population.
  • New Cases: 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every year.