NWRA is pleased to post a full-time position for an experienced pelvic health physical therapist to join our full complement of rehabilitative services. The most qualified candidate will possess an Oregon PT license (or be in good standing to acquire); will have experience with at least female-specific conditions. Ideal candidates will have experience and desire […]
Author: Mike Studer
On Friday September 6th, our very own President of NWRA, Mike Studer, completed a marathon in one of our HydroWorx Underwater Treadmills in just 3 hours and 32 minutes at our new RE_ Building! Setting a new world record! Enjoy the pictures that we were able to capture from this amazing experience. Also, check out […]
We hosted our first group in the Re__ building. Salem Greeters joined us for a beautiful day in the Willamette Valley. We are anxious to finish construction and begin serving the athletes of Salem #Whats’s your Re__?
The Re__ Building is well on its way to being finished. We are looking forward to serving even more people in our wonderful Salem community. Opening July, 2019
Sorry for the inconvenience, but chair yoga will be cancelled today. We will resume our regular schedule next week. Thank you all for understanding.
The snow continues here in the Willamette Valley and your safety is our top priority. Parking lots and walkways will be maintained. We will remain open and ready to provide care for anyone that can make it here safely. If you would like some extra assistance in, please call us from your car and we […]
This is the best place I’ve ever had therapy, and I’ve had a LOT of therapy. Molly is the best, pushing me to my limits and encouraging of my efforts. I’ve improved immensely under her care.
What is more valuable than time and education/expertise? Thank you Kelsi Smith-Schiltz, Hannah Fugle, and Hans Severson for your contributions last night in training future care providers for the Salem Neighborhood Connections program!! NW Rehabilitation Associates provided outstanding Passenger Assistance Training to the members and volunteers of Neighborhood Connections South Salem, Salem's first senior age-in-place […]
Confused about pain and pain medications? Understandably. In the early 2000’s, accreditation bodies in rehabilitation and acute (hospitalization) care required that we shine lights on and (then, primarily), offer medication to patients that were in pain at most any level..even if their primary condition for hospitalization or rehabilitation was NOT for pain. Welcome to the […]