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Rehabilitation Services


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Business Listing   A A Jackson County Central Office - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 732-1850


Business Listing   Addictions Recovery Center - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 779-1282


Business Listing   Advanced Physical Therapy and Orthopdc Rhblttn P C - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 773-7776


Business Listing   Asante Occupational Health - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 608-4707


Business Listing   Child Development & Rehabilitation Center - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 776-6146


Business Listing   Dolphin Chiropractic & Orthopedhyscl Therapy Center LLC - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 857-2678


Business Listing   Goodwill - Corporate Office - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 772-3300


Business Listing   Grant Peter A Md PC - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 772-3200


Business Listing   Horton Plaza - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 857-4454


Business Listing   Impact Physical Therapy LLC - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 245-0419


Business Listing   Jacksonville County Physical Therapy LLP - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 776-2333


Business Listing   Job Corps - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 282-0502


Business Listing   Medford Physical Therapy - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 779-1041


Business Listing   Medford Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 779-3551


Business Listing   Medford Spine & Sports Therapy Center - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 773-1124


Business Listing   Medford Sports Injury & Therapy Center - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 734-7592


Business Listing   Medford Sports Injury & Therapy Center Inc - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 608-2071


Business Listing   Mountain View PT of Medford - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 858-8890


Business Listing   Ontract Inc - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 772-1777



Business Listing   Rehabilitation Medicine Physicins of Sthrn Orgn PC - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 776-5065



Business Listing   Rogue Valley Medical Center - Rehabilitation Services - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 608-4255


Business Listing   Senior Services Office - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 776-6222


Business Listing   Southern Oregon Orthopedics Inc - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 779-6250


Business Listing   Southern Oregon Physical Therapy - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 773-7678


Business Listing   Sporthopedics Physical Therapy PC - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 772-3173


Business Listing   The Job Council - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 776-5100


Business Listing   Therapeutic Associates - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 779-8704


Business Listing   Waterford at Three Fountains Nusng and Rhblttn Center - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 773-7717


Business Listing   Webb Alan J MD - Medford, OR - Phone: (541) 770-1333


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Helpful Definition for: Rehabilitation Services

Rehabilitation Services are rendered for the recovery of people from different conditions that involve the mental, physical and psychological health of an individual. Rehabilitation services in Medford are mainly of two types, namely addiction-recovery and injury-recovery. Addiction recovery is done by giving rehabilitative services which help people to control their addiction that may involve chemical as well as physical aspects. Injury rehabilitation services mainly involve regaining physical strength with the help of physical therapies.

The rehabilitation services are offered by many rehab clinics in Medford. The patients who need these services are either required to stay in the rehab centers in Medford, or can avail them by visiting these centers depending upon their condition.

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