Full-service, hands-on physical therapy treatment is now available: all sessions are outdoors and open-air
Uhan Performance Physiotherapy was founded in 2016 to support our goal of providing excellent, high-quality, collaborative client care in a relaxing, non-hurried atmosphere.
Joe Uhan, DPT, OCS
Doctorate in Physical Therapy
Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Certified Functional Manual Therapist
Fellow-in-Training: Functional Manual Therapy, American Association of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy
USA Track & Field Level II-Certified Coach
Joe is a Minnesota native who got his start in orthopedics and sports medicine coaching high school cross country and track and field. With a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Joe worked as an analytical chemist for five years while coaching. Hoping to help his athletes deal with injury, he transitioned to a career in physical therapy, graduating with a Clinical Doctorate degree from Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2009.
Since 2009 Joe has served the community, treating a wide scope of conditions — from headaches to toe pain, and everything in-between — with patients as young as seven and as mature as ninety-three. While he enjoys helping a wide variety of people and predicaments, Joe specializes in running injury treatment and prevention — including multi-dimensional running stride analysis — fulfilling his initial inspiration for medical practice!
For the past decade, Joe has refined my clinical practice with comprehensive, hands-on manual therapy interventions, including spinal and joint mobilization and manipulation, visceral (organ and fascial) mobilization, and advanced cranial and spinal treatment techniques.
Joe has professional training under the following disciplines:
Joe recently completed a year-long in-residence Fellowship training under Brent Yamashita, and Gregg Johnson, Founder of the Institute of Physical Art, in Steamboat Springs, Colorado in 2022.
His treatment style utilizes a scientific, systems-based analytical approach, evaluating and treating the whole person, not just the painful area. Utilizing skilled manual therapy - including joint mobilization and manipulation, and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) techniques targeted strength and mobility interventions, and movement education to provide each client three-dimensional care.
Jeffrey Bonezzi, PT, DPT, OCS
Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Certified Manual Physical Therapist
Fellow-in-Training: North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy
USA Track & Field Level I-Certified Coach
Jeff graduated with his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Chatham University after earning his Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education with a minor in Physics from Baldwin-Wallace College. Prior to physical therapy he was a physical education teacher, athletic director, and track coach. A teacher at heart, Jeff truly enjoys helping people achieve their goals. Whether a sprained ankle has kept you from running your best or a more complex case is limiting daily activities, he can help from head to toe.
He is a board certified orthopedic clinical specialist, a certified manual therapist (CMPT), and is currently working on a fellowship in manual therapy through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT).
Jeff’s area of expertise includes running related injuries, sports medicine, ACL rehab and prevention, gait analysis, and other lower extremity joint rehabilitation. He is a USA Track & Field level I certified running coach as well.
In his free time, Jeff loves being outside, so you’ll probably find him running the trails and roads of TrackTown USA, hiking throughout the Pacific Northwest, or exploring the breweries in each town he visits.
A Northeast Ohio native, he’s a buckeye, and a Cleveland sports fan for life! He is married to his exceptional wife, Anna, living with their two dogs and cat in South Eugene, and are soon expecting their first child.
Joe has been a coach since 2002, working with athletes of all ages, from high school to post-collegiate runners, including professional athletes. In addition to one-on-one coaching, Joe has been a medical volunteer at prominent national and international competitions, including the USA Track & Field National Champions, the Olympic Track & Field Trials, and the Western States Endurance Run.
Since 2011, Joe has offered remote video running analysis & stride coaching to long-distance clientele. Video analysis — followed by exercises, drils and cueing: all customized to the individual — has proven to be extremely effective in helping runners improve technique, decrease aches and pains, and improve running performance and goal achievement.
Personally, Joe has been a runner since 1994, competed at the high school and Division III collegiate level, and post-collegiately. He took to the roads out of college, running distances from 1500m to the marathon, notching his personal best of 2:31 at the Eugene Marathon in 2010.
Joe ran his first ultramarathon at Autumn Leaves 50 Mile in October 2010, was 4th place at the 2015 USATF 100K Trail Championships (and 3rd in 2012), second at the 2014 Waldo 100K, and finished M9 at the 2012 Western States 100. His time of 16:13:14 is currently ranks him as the 28th fastest runner to ever finish Western States in the 43-year history of the event.
More Testimonials— Aaron W.
After reviewing video clips of me, Joe delivered an extensive and clear report containing exercises chosen to help me feel the targeted form changes. Joe responded quickly to any new running footage I posted to ensure I stayed on course and kept improving. Whether your mechanics require an overhaul like mine or just a tune-up, Joe’s expertise and responsiveness will make him an effective partner in the process and I can’t recommend him enough.
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