I recommend Christine at Mobility Project to the highest. Prior to Christine, my lymphedema (post-breast cancer surgery) was out of control, and caused nerve damage. After Christine and her wonderful expertise, wrappings and massage, my arm is much better. Christine and crew are kind, caring, supportive and professional. I will not return to anyone other than Christine.
In 2018, I had a knee replacement with extreme nerve complications. Pain simply beyond what I could handle or that my excellent doctors could treat with medication. I knew I needed a new level of p.t. expertise. Christine was referred as the very best. She and Sean took my problem seriously. fit me into a their tight schedule instantly and changed my whole routine. The relief and strength-building began there. Six months later I am doing great; strong enough to start back into a final, intensive year of school at age 61. I cannot recommend these wonderful people more highly. Christine's expertise and encouragement brought healing I was afraid was impossible. I cannot thank them enough. We are so lucky to have her in our community.
Great place great staff very nice very helpful
Great atmosphere and friendly people. Would recommend to anyone that likes great service!!
The Mobility Project, is an amazing place to go, if you are recovering from surgery, or if you need to build up your strength again. Highly recommended!!
Very, very good treatment and very knowledgeable of my condition! They are so helpful, courteous, and on time, always. I always feel welcome and know I will receive the best care while I am there. I have shared their information and my experience with Mobility with two of my doctors and they welcomed the referral as Christine Bodner is only one of two specialists here in Eugene who treats my condition. This is my go to place for all future PT.
I came here after 10 years of back pain that had gotten so bad I could hardly walk some days. I consulted with several doctors and specialists and spent countless amounts of money on various forms of treatment and testing - none of which helped solve the problem. Finally I called Mobility Project based on the good reviews and the fact it was only 3 blocks from my house. Best decision I've ever made. Christine identified the actual cause of the issue during my initial consultation (something that seemed to elude every other person I had seen previously) and we got started with an action plan right away. 6 months later I was discharged with a healthy back, no pain, a ton of knowledge on how to live healthier and treat my body better, and a great resource should I ever need help in the future. Sean and Christine are awesome and I would highly recommend this place!!
At Mobility Project Physical Therapy, our passion is to empower yours. Our expert physical therapists take a holistic and individualized approach to wellness and rehabilitation. Not only will we fix what’s broken, but through our comprehensive exercise and movement re-education programs you will discover how to stay healthy when returning to the life you love. Whether recovering from accident, injury, illness, or surgery, the Mobility Project is designed from the ground up to be your support team to help you meet the demands of your active lifestyle and fuel your passions!
Located in the historic Lincoln Lofts building at the heart of Eugene’s trendy Market District, our clinic is perfectly situated to treat patients from all over Eugene/Springfield and the Southern Willamette Valley.
Physical Therapist, Practice Owner
Patient Support Specialist
Christine Bodner, PT, DPT, CLT, is a licensed physical therapist, Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT), and is certified in pilates-based rehabilitation. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Movement Science from the University of Oregon, and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Chapman University. She has provided physical therapy services to the Eugene/Springfield community for over ten years. Christine is an avid runner, cyclist, and swimmer, and has participated in numerous endurance races including multiple Ironman triathlons, and the Boston Marathon.
Ashlee Shupe, PT, DPT is a licensed physical therapist specializing in a movement system approach to the treatment of pain and mobility restrictions. Her focus is on analyzing how people move and how to best optimize that movement to reduce pain and restore function. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC. She then went on to graduate from Washington University in St. Louis, MO with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy. Ashlee enjoys working with a wide range of individuals to treat sports injuries, chronic and acute pain disorders, post-surgical rehabilitation, vestibular conditions, and neurological conditions. She enjoys exploring the outdoors with her family and staying active.
Rebecca spent most of her life in the deep south, growing up in Savannah, GA. As a former massage therapist, she holds a deep appreciation for the healing involved in Physical Therapy, and values the compassionate and personalized approach of the therapists at Mobility Project. When she’s not working in the office, she enjoys gardening and horticulture of any kind, running, painting, knitting, sewing, roller skating, baking pies, and spending time with her coonhound, June (who is also sometimes found behind the front desk).
Our visits are 45-minutes long and always one-on-one with a licensed physical therapist. Between sessions you will be newly equipped with powerful knowledge regarding posture, body mechanics, ergonomics, and self care to promote understanding of your injury and your role in healing. Please call 541.255.2095 or send us a message via the form to get started.
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As actions are taken across the country to reduce the spread of COVID-19, a highly contagious virus we know that physical therapy plays a crucial role in the health of our society, and there are people in our communities whose health will be significantly impacted by disruptions to physical therapy care.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation, our practice is taking the following measures to protect patients and staff:
● We are offering Telehealth appointments, performed for patients who wish to stay home during this time. These appointments are performed via video calls. Book a Telehealth appointment here.
● Our lobby will be thoroughly disinfected every 3 hours with hospital grade sanitizing solution.
● All exercise equipment, treatment tables, and surfaces in all treatment rooms will be thoroughly sanitized after each use.
● Our front doors will remain open at all times during business hours to avoid the handles being touched.
● Upon entering our clinic, all persons are required to use hand sanitizer.
● Each person who enters the clinic will have their temperature taken with a no-touch infrared thermometer.
We are still open for in-clinic appointments while implementing these extra cleaning protocols. Book an appointment here.
Below are links to various organizations that will provide you with resources to better your knowledge and awareness surrounding this pandemic: