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Salem Health offers dozens of specialized rehabilitation services.

Salem Health rehab and therapy locations

Salem Health Rehabilitation Center

The Salem Health Rehabilitation Center, is located at 755 Mission Street on the west end of Salem Health’s main campus. It is home to physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and many more therapies offered on an outpatient appointment basis.

How to find us


Building M
755 Mission St.SE
Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Salem Health Medical Clinic – Woodburn

A digital rendering of the new Salem Health Medical Clinic opening on Arney Road in Woodburn.

Opened in 2019, the Woodburn clinic at 105 Arney Road offers physical therapy in addition to primary care, urgent care, imaging and more.

How to find us


105 Arney Road

Salem Health rehabilitation services in Polk County


Rehabilitation services in Dallas and Monmouth

If you struggle with daily activities because of an injury or other medical condition, we can help. With a referral from your medical provider and our suite of therapy specialties, we individualize your care plan to meet your needs. Our expertise, combined with your commitment, will help you meet your functional goals.

Whether your rehabilitation plan includes one or multiple therapies, you will have a highly skilled, experienced, and compassionate team to help with your recovery. We offer:
  • Many scheduling options.
  • Competitive turnaround from referral to scheduling care.
  • Free Connections Van transportation (503-831-3474) to and from appointments for qualifying patients.
  • One-hour initial evaluations.
  • One-on-one appointments.
  • Rehabilitation plan individualized to your needs.
Rehabilitation services are available in Monmouth or Dallas, so you can start your recovery right away.

Physical therapy

Salem Health Rehabilitation Services in Dallas includes a team of physical therapists and physical therapy assistants at West Valley Hospital and a satellite office at Salem Health Medical Clinic in Monmouth. It contracts with the Dallas Aquatic Center to provide aquatic therapy, and we have certified Graston practitioners for soft-tissue mobilization.

Physical therapy focuses on evaluating and treating conditions that limit independence with tasks having to do with positions or movement, from transitioning out of bed to athletics. Among the specialized PT services we provide are:

  • Rehab after joint surgery
  • Work injury management (including PCE I/closing measures)
  • Sports rehabilitation
  • Balance/vestibular rehabilitation
  • Neuro rehabilitation (for conditions such as stroke, head injury, or Parkinson’s disease)
  • Custom foot orthotics 

Aquatic therapy

Our aquatic therapy program is unique. Our provider is certified in aquatic therapy, and we have a special partnership with the Dallas Aquatic Center. Its features include:

  • Pool mechanical lift and wheelchair ramp for less mobile participants
  • Three different pools:
  • - Heated therapy pool (92 degrees)
    - River walk shallow pool for strengthening
    - Deep lap swimming pool
Our post-rehab aquatic exercise plans are tailored for your independent use of the aquatic center after therapy is completed.

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Pelvic therapy

Our pelvic therapy program is committed to delivering up-to-date, specialized care while upholding your privacy and dignity. Our pelvic therapists help women and men regain bowel and bladder control, stabilize the abdominal wall, back and pelvic floor during functional tasks, and achieve control over pain. If you’ve had any of the following, you may benefit from pelvic therapy:

  • Incontinence or constipation
  • Pelvic or vaginal pain
  • Prenatal or postpartum musculoskeletal pain
  • Diastasis recti
  • Early stages of pelvic prolapse
  • Pelvic issues related to athletics

Occupational/hand therapy

Occupational therapy helps you recover or develop the skills for daily life, including self-care, hobbies, work performance or school activities. OT/Hand therapy may be for you if you’ve had:

  • Orthopedic and/or work injury problems affecting the arm and hand
  • Neurological problems
  • Medical issues that impair your ability to do normal daily activities
  • Chronic pain conditions related to activities of daily living

Speech therapy

Speech therapy typically helps patients who have had strokes, traumatic brain injuries or degenerative conditions. Patients who can benefit from speech therapy often have trouble with:

  • Language loss, such as recalling words, putting words together to speak or processing information.
  • Cognitive function, including paying attention, remembering things, putting information in order, etc.
  • Speech or oral motor problems like talking that is hard to understand, distorted or not fluent.
  • Swallowing, chewing or clearing food from
    the mouth or throat, sometimes resulting in
    coughing, choking or discomfort.
  • Triggering the swallowing reflex.
For swallowing problems, a team including a clinician from the imaging department, our speech pathologist and a radiologist can perform a modified barium swallow study to take X-rays of your mouth and throat while you swallow to find out more about your particular condition.  

How to find us


525 SE Washington St.
Dallas, OR 97338
Monday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.


512 Main St., Suite 300
Monmouth, OR 97361
Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday 7 to 10:30 a.m.

Inpatient rehabilitation at Salem Health


Inpatient rehabilitation is located on the fourth floor of Building B on the Salem Health main campus. Inpatients typically remain in the hospital to receive therapy for two to three weeks while recovering from serious illness or injury.


Building B
655 Winter St. SE


Inpatient rehabilitation is also available through the transitional care program at West Valley Hospital.