• Maximizing
    movement potential
    at any age

  • We consider it a
    privilege to participate
    in your care.

  • Improving
    quality of life
    at every stage.

  • “Big city” skills and technology with “small town”
    service and sincerity

Getting you back to life

Quality of Care

At Healing Motion Physical Therapy, our mission is to deliver high quality rehabilitation services in a caring, motivating environment using an expert, competent, professional physical therapist working in close relationship with local physicians and surgeons. We treat a full range of outpatient diagnoses, from joint replacements and arthroscopic surgeries to chronic back pain, athletic strains and overuse injuries.

Keeping the focus on you

Patient participation is an integral component in the rehabilitative process. We listen. We provide the necessary time to understand your needs and goals, and to develop a plan of care that works effectively to achieve your maximum recovery. From evaluation to discharge the same therapist will guide you through your rehab process.

Your Time is Valuable

We respect you and the value of your time. The best rehabilitative outcomes, for acute to subacute musculoskeletal injuries, often occur when physical therapy is not delayed. Your initial visit will be scheduled at your earliest convenience, generally within one week. No double booking, just you and your therapist getting you back to your desired activities.

Convenient Location

Our location is convenient to residents of Corvallis, Monroe, Philomath, Alsea, Kings Valley, Eddyville, Blodgett, Summit – give us a call, you will be glad you did.

Our Clients Say...

Is there anything we do especially well or that we can do to improve?
“Cannot imagine a thing, truly exceptional comfortable ambiance”

— Pat M.

“People can’t usually say they enjoy visiting their physical therapist, but I do. Thanks, Eileen!”

— Becca L.

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