Staff

Mark Ouellette

Mark Ouellette, PT, MS, OCS, COMT

Mark is an Oregon state-licensed Physical Therapist and a board-certified Orthopedic Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS), as well as a Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) by the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (IAOM), the most advanced continuing education organization for diagnosis-specific manual therapy. Mark brings a unique perspective to his practice colored by his experience prior to entering the physical therapy profession.
Mark initially completed his undergraduate and graduate training at the University of Oregon within the Exercise and Movement Science Department, majoring in Biomechanics with minors in Sports Medicine and Motor Control. It is from this base, coupled with IAOM training, which yields his unique perspective of systematic method and inquiry, allowing him to obtain optimal results in the least amount of time.
Mark continues to pursue continuing education as he completes his Doctorate of Science with emphasis on Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy at Texas Tech University Health Sciences.
Mark enjoys a variety of outdoor sports and enjoys playing music as well as martial arts. He is an advanced instructor in Seven Star Preying Mantis Kung-Fu and holds instructor rank in other disciplines.

Quinn Blanchard, DPT

Quinn Blanchard, DPT

Quinn is an Oregon state-licensed Physical Therapist who graduated in 2019 from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He is currently expanding his knowledge base through courses offered by the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (IAOM), and has additionally found the experience of his colleagues here at Reclaim to be an invaluable resource. In time, he would like to take all of the courses IAOM has to offer and earn certificates in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) and Advanced Musculoskeletal Management (CAMM).
Quinn enjoys employing a combination of neuromotor, manual, and cognitive techniques to help his patients regain a sense of harmony and autonomy in the way they use their bodies. His favorite thing about physical therapy is that it allows him to treat both specifically and holistically, leading to better long-term outcomes and quality of life for his patients. He also appreciates that at Reclaim, he is able to spend a full hour with his patients, which he feels is vital when utilizing a patient-specific treatment approach.
Though he studied and trained in Texas, he spent most of his childhood in Eugene and fondly remembers when his parents sold wind chimes at Saturday Market. He recently moved back here with his 10-year-old daughter and is excited for her to grow up around such a vibrant culture with so many opportunities for creative outlets and outdoor adventures. He readily admits that he's a nerd, and enjoys video games, Dungeons and Dragons, and reading epic fantasy novels; though he also looks forward to exploring the cycling and hiking trails Oregon has to offer.

Kristi Hess PT, OCS

Kristi Hess PT, OCS

Kristi is an Oregon state-licensed Physical Therapist and a board certified Orthopedic Specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). She graduated in 1994 from Indiana University with a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Therapy. She has taken extensive continuing education through the North American Institute of Orthopedic Physical Therapy (NAIOMPT) as well as the Institute of Physical Art (IPA), and is certified in Sportsmetrics, an ACL injury prevention program through Cincinnati Sports Medicine.
She is beginning coursework through the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine (IAOM) and is looking to pursue certification as a certified orthopedic manual therapist. Kristi has also had training in vestibular and balance rehabilitation, for patients dealing with dizziness and/or falls. She has over 20 years of orthopedic physical therapy experience and enjoys working with patients of all ages to help restore function and get them back to work, recreation, and sports. Originally from Ohio, she has called Eugene home for the past 15+ years, where she enjoys cooking, yoga, stand up paddleboarding, and hiking.

Oliver Hecht PT, DPT

Oliver Hecht PT, DPT

Oliver is an Oregon state-licensed Physical Therapist who graduated in 2020 from George Washington University as a Doctor of Physical Therapy. He has experience working with a variety of orthopedic and sports-related conditions, and he has previously helped train university and professional athletes. Oliver loves to help patients achieve their goals and has a holistic approach to improving movement and overall wellness. He is planning to become certified in Orthopedic Manual Therapy (COMT) and/or Orthopedics (OCS). He is originally from Madison, Wisconsin and is a big Packers fan. In his free time, he enjoys mountain biking, skiing, playing soccer, hiking, and playing the guitar. Oliver is excited to get to know the Eugene community and help people reclaim their active lifestyles.

Jim Quisenberry

Jim Quisenberry, PTA

Jim graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Lane Community College. He also has Bachelor of Science degrees in Civil Engineering and Construction Engineering Management from Oregon State University. Jim is also a member of the APTA/OPTA and is in the process of completing his Kinesio Taping certification training.
Jim enjoys working with patients of all ages, and has special interests in the spine, sports-related injuries and promoting lifelong health and wellness.
Born and raised in Salem, Jim, his wife and son, moved to Eugene 19 years ago. When not working, he enjoys hiking the forests, summiting mountains, backpacking, fishing, Beaver sports and daily walking. He also is a Referee for USA Swimming and a volunteer for OHSU’s ThinkFirst program which promotes bike helmet use/concussion awareness.

Aaron GuynnMiller

Aaron GuynnMiller, PTA

Aaron Graduated from University of Hawaii - Kapiolani Community College in 2012 with his Physical Therapist Assistant degree. He has worked in various settings, including acute care, skilled nursing facilities and outpatient clinics. He is a Medical Exercise Specialist through ACE (American Council on Exercise), is certified in ASTYM (soft tissue therapy) and works as a personal trainer part time. Aaron is interested in pursuing certifications in the McKenzie Method, Kinesio-taping and Manual Therapy. He particularly likes treating patients with spine and shoulder conditions as well as degenerative diseases including Parkinson's and Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Aaron enjoys various outdoor activities including surfing, snowboarding, cycling and hiking. He recently moved with his wife to Eugene from the Oregon coast. They both are looking forward to exploring the new area!

Mike Rhinesmith, PTA, LMT

Mike Rhinesmith, PTA, LMT

Mike graduated from the Physical Therapist Assistant Program at Chippewa Valley Technical College in 2016. He has spent most of his early career and clinical experience in an outpatient setting. In addition he has also been a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2014. He enjoys combining both therapeutic exercise as well as various manual techniques to best treat his patients. He has been training in IAOM specific courses and looking to specialize in Orthopedics.
Mike recently moved to Eugene from Milwaukee, WI trading in the Midwest for Pacific Northwest. In his free time, Mike enjoys basketball, exploring the outdoors, woodworking, and Packers football. He currently finds himself in the midst of a battle between good and evil trying to be converted to either a Ducks or Beavers fan.

Michael PTA

Michael, PTA

Michael is an Oregon state-licensed Physical Therapist Assistant who graduated in 2020 from the Lane Community College PTA program. He lived most of his life in Salem, Oregon, but moved to Eugene to attend the University of Oregon where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in human physiology. He loved Eugene so much that he decided to make it his home. Michael likes to work with patients of all ages and from all walks of life and hopes to inspire each of them to reach their own greatest physical potential. He is currently undergoing continuing education from the International Academy of Orthopedic Medicine. In Michael's free time, he likes to skateboard, lift weights, and spend time with his family. His passion for skateboarding has given him his own fair share of injuries that have led him to be a patient in physical therapy himself, giving him a personal perspective of both sides of the physical therapy coin.