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Extremely thorough, professional and knowledgeable.

I have had multiple injuries in the past few years. Boston Sports Medicine has consistently helped me recover quickly. The staff, in all of their locations, is incredibility sensitive and professional.

“The best decision I ever made!”

I hurt my hip while mountain biking and was experiencing a lot of pain on long rides or intense efforts. I initially went to a PT in Kendall Sq. and, after 3 months of PT for what they diagnosed as a muscle strain, I felt that I had plateaued. I wasn’t able to race or ride often and the PT clinic wasn’t interested in investigating what else could be wrong. On the recommendation of some other cyclists who had seen Sara Bresnick, I switched over to BSM.

After feeling that the PTs at the last clinic were so dismissive, I was relieved that Sara is genuinely invested in figuring out what the problem is and getting me fixed up. She diagnosed that my pelvis is out of alignment, which the previous PT never even checked for, and is likely the root of the ongoing discomfort and pain that I’ve been experiencing. We have a treatment plan and she is covering all the bases by sending me to an ortho to rule out the possibility of a more severe injury. It’s such a relief to feel like I’ll be able to ride my bike comfortably again in the near future and it’s especially helpful to have a PT who understands and appreciates my goals with riding and racing.

“It’s especially helpful to have a PT who understands and appreciates my goals with riding and racing”

I first went to Boston Sports Medicine in Allston, MA for a strained hip flexor last year. At that time, I couldn’t really run and was pretty miserable about the constant soreness in my hip. I worked with Mike, with Jennifer and with Stacey and I cannot even express how grateful I am for all that they have done for me. Mike worked with me initially but then Jenny and Stacy were my regular PTs and they were both absolutely awesome. I have nothing but the highest praise for both Jenny and Stacey – they used a variety of techniques to work on my hips (and later this year on my feet for plantar fasciitis), and they had me back up and running and competing in half-marathons in a couple of months. They not only know exactly what to do and how to best work with your body, but they are so accommodating and really care about you and that you improve.

They were always so excited when I reported back with any improvements, and provided constant follow-up, feedback and advise. Jennie even emailed me some extra ankle exercises to do at home when I strained a tendon in my ankle – not severely enough to warrant PT sessions, but enough to need strengthening, and the exercises have been great in helping me gain some more strength. As someone who works out and has been through various injuries, I can say without any reservations that BSM has the best PTs – and if you go then definitely ask for Jenny and Stacey. They’ll have you back up and working out again in no time, and they’ll follow up to make sure you’re doing ok after finishing your sessions!

“They’ll have you back up and working out again in no time”

I came to Boston Sports Medicine for help with an injured Pec / Rhomboid / Subscapularus combo from rowing. Both Jenny and Erin were very knowledgeable and always willing to listen to what was going on. They helped me build up enough strength to finally get back on the water with my teammates. They were always friendly and willing to fit me into their schedules whenever I needed treatment. I’d definitely recommend them to anymore looking for a great PT.

“I’d definitely recommend them to anymore looking for a great PT”

I wanted to send a quick thanks to Jenny at Boston Sports Medicine. She worked with me to set a plan in place to get me back to training for a marathon. Although never enjoyable to be in rehab, working with Jenny and her positive attitude and professionalism made it easier for me to come in every week and strive to get better and back to racing.

Thank you Jenny, and thank you Boston Sports Medicine for providing state of the art techniques; including the running pools.

“Positive attitude and professionalism”

My experience with Dr. Velsmid and his team at Boston Sports Medicine has been nothing short of excellent. I’ve been working with the physical therapists in the Somerville location for about six months as I recovered from shoulder surgery. From the very beginning the whole team has been friendly, professional, and knowledgeable. By the end of my first visit they had correctly diagnosed my injury (later confirmed as correct) and developed a course of treatment. After surgery, they worked with me step by step through a very successful rehab.

Helping me get healthy has been their clear priority for day one, and they have the experience and expertise to make it happen. Highly recommended!

– Paul M.

“Highly Recommended!”

I have used Boston Sports Medicine over the last two years to help me with running injuries and have been to multiple locations, but mostly the Allston location. I have found them to be the most knowledgeable and most effective at diagnosing and then working on my injuries. The approach with me was not the typical – do not run – but was run, with these modifications and with the exercises, stretching, etc proscribed. They worked with me to figure out what was wrong and how to fix it. I had seen Orthopedic specialist who just said – don’t run or seems like tendinitis – versus working to solve the problem. They helped me through a stress reaction in my hip (pool running and other things were used) as well as issues in various muscle groups in my legs (marathoner).

The office is clean, busy, and very professional, while still very personable. I highly recommend them and will skip the other steps in the process from here on out and go there at the first sign of issues.

“Go there at the first sign of issues”

I recently had rotator cuff surgery, and I have been receiving PT from David, a thoroughly dedicated, and compassionate therapist. He is very insightful and patient, and is very professional. I would recommend this therapist and this facility to anyone who is trying to recuperate from surgery, an injury or any type of problem needing help in feeling better. Sarah in the Watertown office is also an excellent therapist as well.

“A thoroughly dedicated, and compassionate therapist”

I went to Boston Sports Medicine after I had torn multiple ligaments in my ankle during a soccer match. It was a very painful and stressful injury which was going to require a lot of work to get back on my feet. I did not require surgery so all of my rehabilitation was to be done through work with Jenny Mohns at Boston Sports Medicine. I ended up rehabbing there for a combined five months and although I was frustrated by my own limitations at times, Jenny and all of the staff in Allston encouraged and treated me back to full health. I can finally run and sprint and cut again and it is all due to the hard work and expertise of Jenny. She is professional, has a wonderful demeanor, and never once had me doubt her decisions about my rehab. I worked my way from walking in a pool with assistance to sprinting on the treadmill and its all thanks to BSM.

I’m thrilled at my experience at Boston Sports Medicine and would argue, seeing as I’ve rehabbed at other facilities, that this is by far the best.

Thanks for everything Jenny. You’re great!

“I’ve rehabbed at other facilities, that this is by far the best”

I have had only great experiences with the team at Boston Sports Medicine. Kathy Hartsell is especially knowledgeable and skilled with athletes and dancers. She is wonderful at creating tailored programs for each individual. Being a ballet dancer myself, I need expert care when I get injured and Boston Sports Medicine is able to provide it. Their water therapy program is the best I have encountered.

“Their water therapy program is the best I have encountered”

The staff at BSM are great. They really take the time to find out what’s going on. I highly recommend this group for sport related injuries.

I visited Boston Sports Medicine after becoming injured while training for a marathon. Unlike the doctors I saw, who seemed more interested in giving me drugs and getting me out the door, the staff at BSM helped me to better understand my body, providing information that shed new light on my injury. I was given practical tools (such as stretches and strength training exercises) to prevent a reoccurrence of injury and I sat down on several occasions with my health care provider to receive feedback on the pros/cons of my training schedule. They were extremely thorough and attentive, and even went so far as to conduct weekly follow-up communication with me after treatment to insure that the strength training and stretching exercises we’d discussed were serving their purpose. I would strongly recommend BSM to anyone seeking quality physical therapy care and would certainly return to them if I required medical services in the future.

“Great Service & Staff”

So happy that BSM helped my 16 yo get back to his hockey and prepare for Baseball season when we thought he pulled his glute. After several weeks of PT with Becky and Danielle he was more than ready to get back to the ice. And thankfully, he’s ready for baseball season too because of the exercises they taught him.

“Excellent Quality”

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