Boston Sports Medicine has several sports therapy clinics Boston, MA. Our physical therapists will work with you to ensure that you are provided with the best sports therapy plan possible. Boston Sports Medicine offers many different forms of therapy. Examples include joint mobilization, running evaluations, and compressive cooling.

1 Braintree Street                       71 Lansdowne Street
Allston, MA 02134                        Boston, MA 02215
Tel: (617) 787-8700                      Tel: (617) 987-0040
Fax: (617) 787-8106                      Fax: (617) 787-8106
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The Top Sports Therapy Clinics in Boston, MA

Some sports therapy clinics try a “one size fits all” approach with their clients. At Boston Sports Medicine, we believe that every patient is unique and deserves to be treated distinctly. We understand that recovery processes and time frames can vary depending on the individual. That is why we offer personalized service. Sports therapy in the Boston, MA area doesn’t get any better than this. Here are some of the aspects that make us special.Sports Therapy Clinics Boston MA

  • Free parking and convenient location.
  • Experienced, caring and well credentialed physical therapists.
  • A wide variety of therapeutic methods and care.

Contact Us for Sports Therapy in Boston, MA

There is no better choice for sports therapy in Boston MA. With our experienced, top quality staff and excellent cutting edge technology at your disposal, your therapy will be as effective as possible. Our sports therapy clinic is open Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 8 PM. We are always available by phone 24 hours a day for scheduling. Call us at (617) 787-8700 or schedule an appointment online on our website for one of our sports therapy clinics in Boston, MA.

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