Rehabilitation Medicine Asssociates' Physicians

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K. Annette Weller, MD
Victor K. Lin, MD
Robert E. Arnsdorf, MD
Jedediah D.A. Robinson, MD, MS, ATC

K. Annette Weller, MD

  • Board Certified, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Board Certified, Electrodiagnostic Medicine

Victor K. Lin, MD

  • Board Certified, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Robert E. Arnsdorf, MD

  • Board Certified, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Jedediah D.A. Robinson, MD, MS, ATC

  • Board Certified, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Certified Athletic Trainer, National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA)

K. Annette Weller, MD

Dr. Weller joined Rehabilitation Medicine Associates in 1993 where she enjoys helping her patients return to more functional and quality filled lives. She graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Science from Boston University with a year of study at the University of Constance, Germany, then graduated with her Doctor of Medicine degree from Boston University School of Medicine. She completed an internship in medicine at the Faulkner Hospital, and her residency training in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, now known as Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, a nationally ranked physical medicine and rehabilitation research hospital based in Chicago, Illinois and part of Northwestern Medical Center. Her practice focuses on sports rehabilitation, non-operative spine care, rehabilitation of the injured worker, and electodiagnostic evaluations in which she is also board certified.

Dr. Weller enjoys skiing, hiking, playing tennis and spending time with her family.

K. Annette Weller, MD

Victor K. Lin, MD

Dr. Lin returned to his hometown of Eugene in 1997 when he joined the physicians of Rehabilitation Medicine Associates. After graduating from Sheldon High School, Dr. Lin earned his Bachelor of Science degree at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He then attended a joint, 5-year program at the University of California at San Francisco where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree and the University of California at Berkeley where he earned his Master of Science degree. He received his specialty training in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. In addition to physiatry, his practice focuses on electrodiagnostic evaluation and sports rehabilitation. Dr. Lin has a special interest in dance medicine, and collaborates on biomechanics research at the University of Oregon. He has nearly three decades of experience in the martial arts, including nearly fifteen years training in tai chi chuan. He believes firmly that many tai chi principles can be effectively employed to enhance modern exercise/rehabilitation and sporting activities.

Dr. Lin has recently published three articles on dance medicine:

When to Go En Pointe — When should the aspiring ballerina go en pointe? This article summarizes opinions from across the world in an effort to bring clarity to a controversial issue, including results of some of the latest research at the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries in New York City.

Common Dance Injuries. This article gives a framework for the management and rehabilitation of some of the most common dance injuries, with specific examples. The recovery process is far from over when the pain is gone.

Anterior Knee Pain — Alignment and Injury in Dance. This article takes a common dance injury and uses it as an example of how deficiencies in one part of the body can lead to injuries in another.

Victor K. Lin, MD

Robert E. Arnsdorf, MD

Dr. Arnsdorf joined Rehabilitation Medicine Associates in 2013. He received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University in 1988 and his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of California-Davis in 1993. He completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in 1997 and received his board certification in physical medicine and rehabilitation in 1998. He specializes in the treatment of people with pain and/or disabilities and helps to optimize their function. He is involved in diagnosis and treatment of strokes, traumatic brain injuries, spinal pain, work and sports injuries, and other disorders of the brain, nerves, muscles and joints.

Dr. Arnsdorf received the Earl C. Elkins Award in 1997 for scoring highest in the United States on the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation written examination.

He enjoys outdoor activities including hiking, fishing and hunting, as well as hanging out with his wife and two daughters. The Dalai Lama waved to him once and Dr. Arnsdorf touched Andre the Giant.

Robert E. Arnsdorf, MD

Jedediah D. A. Robinson, MD, MS, ATC

Dr. Robinson joined Rehabilitation Medicine Associates in 2020, having worked in an orthopedic and sports medicine practice in North Carolina since 2014. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University in exercise and sport science, sports medicine and rehabilitation and a master’s degree in kinesiology and applied physiology from the University of Colorado. He received his Doctor of Medicine from Oregon Health Science University and completed his physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at the University of Texas in San Antonio. He focuses on the treatment of spine pain and other musculoskeletal and neurologic disorders and performs x-ray and ultrasound-guided injections. Dr. Robinson works to identify muscular and structural factors that may be contributing to a patient’s pain, then focuses treatments with selective strengthening or stretching of specific muscle groups to help restore proper function and reduce pain.

He is married with three sons. He enjoys biking, hiking and competitive shooting.

Jedediah D.A. Robinson, MD, MS, ATC