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Welcome to Samaritan Physical Rehabilitation - Corvallis 

Located on the campus of Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center, Samaritan Physical Rehabilitation in Corvallis has a team of physical, occupational and speech therapists and support staff that are here to guide you back to health and well-being following injury, surgery or illness.

Our therapists work with patients of Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center on an inpatient basis, while also providing outpatient rehabilitation in a comfortable, convenient location on the hospital campus. Whatever your situation, we offer the caring, compassionate and professional attention you need in order to move down the road to recovery.

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Samaritan Rehabilitation Services - Corvallis 3580 NW Samaritan Drive Corvallis, OR 97330
Monday, Wednesday and Friday Hours:
8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday Hours:
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Phone Number:
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Our Services

PHYSICAL THERAPY is the treatment of a condition by physical means. It can help improve your mobility, reduce pain and optimize your physical function. Physical therapists are highly educated and licensed professionals who will examine you and provide an individualized plan to improve your strength, range of motion, endurance, flexibility, balance and movement quality. Your therapist will teach you how to manage your condition for long-term health benefit.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY provides an overall plan to help you achieve a maximum level of independent living. It helps you perform your daily activities more comfortably and efficiently. You may need occupational therapy if an illness or injury has disrupted your ability to care for personal needs or participate in work, school, family or community life. Treatment may focus on ways to adapt or the use of equipment to help you maintain optimal safety and independence.  

SPEECH THERAPY is more than just helping with language difficulties. A speech-language pathologist can evaluate and treat individuals who have difficulties with speech sounds, language, voice, swallowing, memory, problem-solving or attention issues. Your speech-language pathologist will develop a personalized treatment plan to help maximize your communication, swallowing or thinking.