Where are you located?
We are located in Philomath and Corvallis!
732 Main Street, Philomath, Oregon 97370
We are located between 7th and 8th Street, nestled next to Jona’s Market and North Ridge Automotive. We share a driveway entrance with North Ridge Automotive that leads to our parking lot and building’s main entrance.
1128 NE 2nd Street, Suite 201, Corvallis, OR 97330
We are conveniently located along 2nd Street right next to El Patron Mexican Restaurant. The front office and waiting room are located on the second floor, directly up the stairs or elevator.
How long will my appointment be?
Each appointment runs 40-45 minutes long.
What does the 1st appointment involve?
The first appointment tends to be more conversational than most. The therapist will ask you questions to learn more about your symptoms and limitations. He or she will take measurements to assess your mobility and strength. Together you will work to establish goals for your rehabilitation. Your therapist will initiate treatment, educate you about your condition and give you a home program and other ideas you can immediately implement to manage your symptoms. When being seen for pelvic floor physical therapy, there is a short, minimally invasive internal exam if you provide consent.
What should I wear to my appointment?
It is best to wear clothing you can move comfortably in. The therapist may need access to the area you are being treated for, so dressing to allow for this is helpful. If necessary, we do provide shorts or a medical gown.
Do you accept my insurance?
We accept all major insurances. If your insurance is not listed call us today and we will check for you!
Will my insurance cover physical therapy?
Most insurances cover physical therapy. The number of visits allowed annually and the percentage insurance will cover varies from plan to plan. If you have concerns about your physical therapy benefits, we may be able to help. Call us!
Do you do massage at your clinic?
All of our therapists have manual therapy training, including but not limited to massage. However, patients must first undergo an evaluation to determine the reason for tissue tightness and whether or not massage is indicated. Most often, while massage is certainly beneficial and can relieve symptoms, there is an underlying condition causing the tightness. It is our practice to prioritize treatments that will be both symptom-relieving and long-lasting. We may find it useful to refer you to a massage therapist who can spend more time on that component of your care so that we can address causal factors.