AMP Fitness, in Boston, is a physical therapy center that emphasizes "semi-private' training and therapy sessions, small group appointments that are more affordable than traditional one-on-one physical therapy treatment. New clients may sign up for the "30 Day Jumpstart Program," an introductory free trial during which they learn about fitness and nutrition techniques, and begin to participate in the inclusive, supportive AMP Fitness community. Because of the clinic's emphasis on inclusivity, its staff members do not lead male-exclusive or female-exclusive group sessions.
Boston, MA(617) 706-2561
Back on Track Physical Therapy is a physical rehabilitation center based in Brookline that, for over a dozen years, has been treating people from all over the Boston Metro area. The outpatient practice has long-term partnerships with a number of local fitness clubs, including the Wellbridge Athletic Clubs, the Waltham Athletic Club, the Boston Sports Club, and the Burkenko Water and Sports Therapy Institute. The team of physical therapists undergoes continual training to stay apprised of the field's latest techniques and technologies.
Brookline, MA(617) 730-5337
Barkwell Physical Therapy, located in the South End neighborhood of Boston, is a physical therapy and fitness center that features state-of-the-art exercise equipment. The practice is especially suitable for athletes and other individuals who are rehabilitating from injuries and want to achieve peak physical condition. The clinic's founder has been working in the field since he was 16 years old. He received the Regional New England Health Care Scholarship when he was 18 years old and, at 20, became the youngest student of the Upstate Medical University Physical Therapy Program.
Boston, MA(617) 721-7432
Bay State Physical Therapy, has numerous locations statewide, including a Boston location where people from the city, as well as its suburbs, can receive physical therapy care. Team members are trained and experienced in administering a broad array of treatments, including aquatic therapy, cold laser therapy, massage, and vestibular rehabilitation, among many others.
Boston, MA(617) 267-3773
Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation, based in Boston, provides local clients with a variety of physical therapy and rehabilitation services. The clinic, which in addition to its Boston office has satellite locations in Braintree, Weymouth, and Plymouth, has worked with thousands of patients. It is a unique physical therapy practice in that, rather than emphasizing rest, Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation focuses on keeping patients active.
Boston, MA(617) 367-4700
Boston Mobile Physical Therapy, open in Mattapan six days a week, is a solo practice providing physical therapy services to people from all over the Boston Metro. Tom Fiese, PT, who founded the clinic and now serves as its sole physical therapy practitioner, is available for free introductory consultations, which can last anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes.
Mattapan, MA(617) 296-0833
Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness is a Medford physical therapy and fitness center, established in 2015, that provides care to people from all over the greater Boston community. David J. Koehn, the licensed Physical Therapist who founded the clinic, has more than 14 years of experience working with patients in his private practice. Boston Physical Therapy & Wellness has, on-site, numerous pieces of specializes equipment, including cold & heat therapy systems, dry needling tools, and electrical stimulation devices, as well as fitness equipment for conditioning, strength training, and agility training.
Medford, MA(781) 874-9294
Boston Running Center, in Brookline, provides physical therapy care options to people hailing from all over the Boston Metro. The clinic's specialty is helping current and former runners. Staff members can administer a full gait analysis evaluation, and they can provide individualized coaching, including intensive strength and conditioning training. Additionally, the staff is qualified to give individualized nutritional counseling to help runners achieve their peak performance.
Brookline, MA(617) 487-5055
Boston Sports Medicine is a network of physical therapy clinics, serving people from throughout the Boston Metro. At its locations in Allston, Brookline, Marblehead, Somerville, Watertown, and downtown Boston, patients with a range of conditions can receive care from a team of qualified physical and occupational therapists. Services include aquatic and massage therapies, specialized care for dancers and ballerinas, and care for active members and veterans of the military.
Boston, MA(617) 987-0040
Champion Physical Therapy and Performance, Inc., located in Waltham, is a private practice where clients can work out and take advantage of a variety of physical therapy treatment options. The clinic has been featured in such publications as Men's Health, Sports Illustrated, The Boston Globe, and Boston Herald. Dr. Mike Reinold and Lenny Macrina, physical therapists with years of experience healing professional athletes, founded the clinic and lead its multidisciplinary team of rehabilitative experts.
Waltham, MA(617) 992-2984
At Downtown Physical Therapy, which opened in 1983, patients can take advantage of one-on-one physical therapy treatments. All physical therapists on the staff are trained and licensed. Notably, the multilingual staff is qualified to work with English Language Learners in a range of languages, including Spanish, Mandarin, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, and Italian.
Boston, MA(617) 523-2766
Elliott Physical Therapy is a physical rehabilitation center based in Dorchester, with patients hailing from Boston and other nearby cities. Leading the team of trained, experienced physical therapy professionals is Darryl Elliott, PT, a graduate of Northeastern University's Physical Therapy program who also provides his services at Carney Hospital and Boston University. Mr. Elliott is a member of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Dorchester, MA(617) 506-7210
Greater Boston Family Physical Therapy, located in Burlington, is an outpatient clinic giving physical therapy care, including preventive care, to people from Boston and other nearby cities. Licensed, experienced physical therapists create personalized therapy plans to help people who are recovering from injuries achieve optimum mobility and flexibility.
Burlington, MA(781) 365-1876
Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation - Harborlights, in South Boston, specializes in helping people who are recovering from surgeries. Post-op patients in the Boston Metro receive long-term care to completely recover. Staff members work alongside their visitors' doctors, case managers, social workers, and family members to create and implement a long-term rehabilitative plan.
Boston, MA(617) 268-8968
Mullis and Associates Physical Therapy, Inc. is a rehabilitative practice where local patients can receive care for a bevy of chronic and acute physical conditions. The clinic, which has locations in both Boston and Braintree, provides one-on-one care. The cleaning staff continually cleans and disinfects the facilities to ensure patients' health.
Boston, MA(888) 697-8123
Headquartered in Winchester, New England Physical Therapy Network has numerous locations in and around the Boston Metro area, including offices in Braintree, Hanover, and Medford. The organization, which has been operating in the community for more than two decades, focuses on providing community members with affordable physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Each of the network's members is individually owned and operated by a credentialed, independent rehabilitative professional.
Winchester, MA(800) 238-6378
Outback Physical Therapy, based in Somerville, helps people in the greater Boston community who are suffering from acute and chronic conditions. Trained, licensed, and experienced physical therapists provide individualized rehabilitative services for their patients. The staff includes members of the American Physical Therapy Association. Notably, Outback Physical Therapy has received the Scout Somerville "Best New Business" honor.
Somerville, MA(617) 718-9300
Paggi Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation is a physical therapy clinic, based in Brookline, treating people from all over the Boston Metro area. Individuals of varying ages, with a range of issues and ailments, can receive hands-on, personalized care from licensed physical therapists. The practice's selection of services includes manual therapy, functional activity training, neuromuscular re-education, and taping. Additionally, athletes can receive sport-specific training.
Brookline, MA(617) 505-5370
POST Physical Therapy, in Boston, helps people of all ages and activity levels, up to and including professional athletes. Staff members work to provide each visitor with one-on-one personalized care, helping them to achieve their musculoskeletal and orthopedic health goals. They have experience working with pediatric, geriatric, and post-op patients, as well as professional, Olympic, high school, and college athletes.
Boston, MA(617) 608-3695
Sports & Physical Therapy Associates, a network of physical therapy clinics, headquartered in Boston, helps patients of all ages from across the New England area. Among the clinics' selection of services is aquatic therapy, available exclusively at the Peabody and Sudbury locations, which patients can engage in to improve their balance, muscle strength, and flexibility.
Boston, MA(857) 284-4399