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Welcome to Samaritan Athletic Medicine 

Samaritan Athletic Medicine is the mid-Willamette Valley’s leader in sports and orthopedic treatment, injury prevention and rehabilitation, surgical and non-surgical management of sports-related injuries, sports performance optimization, vision training, as well as provider of sports medicine, athletic training, and strength and conditioning products. The state-of-the-art facility is located on the campus of Oregon State University, across from Reser Stadium. We serve your Oregon State University Beaver athletes, but we’re also here to help you get back to running your half marathons, hiking on the weekends or working in your yard. 

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A Team Approach Designed to Meet Your Needs – Whether You’re an Athlete or a Dedicated Fitness Enthusiast

The SAM’s team is made up of orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, physician assistants and physical therapists who work in a truly collaborative model of care for your benefit. We have designed our services and facility to meet your needs with one visit location under the care of our entire team.


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Up Your Game With Sports Medicine

Learn about rehabilitation services offered at Samaritan Athletic Medicine with Kaitlyn Schlueter and Travis Obermire. Learn how the rehabilitation team can help you improve your athletic performance and reduce injuries.

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Preventing & Treating Sports Injuries

Learn about sports-related orthopedic injuries from Orthopedic Surgeon Christopher McCrum, MD, consultant for sports injuries at Oregon State University Athletics. Understand how sports injuries tend to occur, and your treatment options.

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The SAM is proud to offer MATRIX, a lower extremity group training class focused on functional strengthening and sport-specific training.

About MATRIX: MATRIX is for anyone in the community who has suffered a lower-body injury, including ACL reconstruction. The goal is to teach safe and efficient movement patterns, incorporating sport-specific drills and training for a return to sport activities. The program is broken into three phases to meet the needs of clients and safely progress to higher-level activities. The program is led by sports residency trained physical therapists. This program is ideal for:

  • Individuals recovering from injury, to be used in conjunction with formal rehabilitation
  • Individuals wanting to improve the way they move to stay safe in sport

How to join: Email to request a MATRIX evaluation. The evaluation will be performed to determine which phase is best for you.

Payment: MATRIX is a cash-based program and is not covered by insurance. Participation in this program does not count against any authorized physical therapy visits.


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Visitor Information

Samaritan Athletic Medicine Center 845 SW 30th St Corvallis, OR 97331
Weekday Hours:
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Tour Our State-of-the-Art Facility

Be Treated by the Same Providers as the Oregon State Beavers

Located across from the Truax Indoor Practice Facility and adjacent to Reser Stadium on the campus of Oregon State University, The SAM is conveniently located off of SW 30th Street in Corvallis.

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Rehabilitation Guidelines

Browse a collection of rehabilitation guidelines developed by our team of experts.

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The SAM - Sports PT Residency Program

Our Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program was designed to train residents to be competent sports medicine therapists and prepare them for the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties exam in Sports Physical Therapy.

From clinical mentoring to on-the-field coverage with Oregon State University athletics, our residency program may be right for you.

The residency program is accredited by the American Board of Physical Therapy Residency and Fellowship Education (ABPTRFE) as a post-professional (residency/fellowship) program for physical therapists in sports physical therapy.

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