Boston Sports Medicine is a full service physical therapy clinic in Allston, MA. Our staff specializes in aquatic therapy and post-surgical, orthopedic, dance and sports rehabilitation. Our physical therapy clinics understand that having specialized, prompt and appropriate treatment can contribute to a faster recovery. We are accepting new patients and have free onsite parking.
All of our therapists at Boston Sports Medicine are highly educated, trained and licensed. Our therapists also have advanced credentials that include DPT (Doctor of Physical Therapy), ATC (Athletic Training Certification), Graston and McKenzie certifications, CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) and many more.
Boston Sports Medicine has provided unparalleled therapy to thousands in the Allston area at our physical therapy clinics. We have treated patients of all ages and competitive levels. We are a trusted member of the Boston Ballet Health Alliance and work closely with the Boston Breakers, Ironman triathletes and more.
Some of the services we offer in our physical therapy clinics include:
Active Release Techniques
Aquatic Therapy (Allston)
Cold Laser Therapy
Post-Rehab Personal Training Program
Our goal is to provide immediate, individualized care to each of our patients.
Choose Boston Sports Medicine Physical Therapy Clinics in Allston, MA
We understand that every patient is different and tailor each physical therapy program to that individual. If you are looking for professional care at a physical therapy clinic in Allston, MA, learn more about Boston Sports Medicine. If you’re ready to get started, new patients can save time and fill out forms prior to their visit here. You can easily request an appointment online, or call us 24 hours a day at (617) 787-8700.
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