Meet the BSM Staff

Since 1999, we have provided exceptional physical therapy care to thousands in the Boston area community and from abroad, specializing in sports, dance, orthopedic, and post-surgical physical and aquatic therapy with clinics in Boston, Brookline, Somerville, and Watertown. Our physical therapists have treated many competitive athletes including the Boston Breakers, Zoom Multisport triathletes, Ironman triathletes, and the Boston Derby Dames.  We are a trusted member of the Boston Ballet Health Alliance.

Our Mission

To help as many people as we can at all times. Boston Sports Medicine plays an active role in the dynamic and ever-evolving field of physical therapy. As committed healthcare providers we constantly pursue learning opportunities, and we seek discoveries that help advance our practice. Alongside our personal development, we also hunt for valuable resources to extend to patients so that the community is strengthened and supported by knowledge.  We will provide you immediate, individual, quality, care by experienced licensed physical therapists using the most current equipment and techniques.  We created and continue to improve our enjoyable, comfortable, and supportive work environment.  We treat all people, of all ages, from all backgrounds, and all abilities.

Our Treatment Model

At Boston Sports Medicine we have created an integrative team model to provide you with the best care possible. Together, our Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants and Exercise Specialists discuss each case in detail, creating a personalized approach to your care. Coming from different backgrounds, each highly educated and trained member of the team brings a new, vibrant outlook to your specific treatment needs. Our team model approach is here to help you get back in the game.

Physical Therapy Staff

Get back in the game with the help of Boston Sports Medicine! Our staff specializes in sports rehabilitation, dance rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, post-surgical rehabilitation, and aquatic therapy. Since 1999, we have provided exceptional physical therapy care to thousands in the Boston area community and from abroad. Our business, education, and clinical models ensure that our customers will always receive the most time with the best trained and licensed physical therapists, the greatest accessibility to a physical therapy clinic and their providers, and the highest customer satisfaction. You only need to compare our reviews and testimonials to those of our competition. We are proud to be recognized by the New England Consortium of Academic Coordinators of Clinical Education for excellence in clinical education.

The staff at Boston Sports Medicine is a diverse group of highly educated, trained, and experienced professionals. We have expertise in post-surgical rehabilitation, running injuries, all field sport injuries, shoulder injuries, back and neck injuries, dance injuries, aquatic therapy, and manual therapies. This is in no way a full list of our services and expertise.  We treat too many illnesses and injuries to list.  All of our physical therapists have advanced credentials such doctorate degrees (DPT), athletic trainer certification/licensure (ATC), Active Release Techniques (ART), Graston certification, McKenzie certification, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), and more.  Please read our blog to learn more about our staff and their areas of interest.

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BSM BLOG
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