If you are looking for something new in physical therapy, you should think about aquatic therapy in Brighton, MA. You can go at your own pace in our warm therapeutic pools at Boston Sports Medicine in nearby Allston, MA. Best of all you will come to the experts who have provided aquatic therapy to Brighton residents since 1999.

Our pools are designed for rehabilitation, with treadmills, parallel bars, and resistance jets. It is something you will not see in any other physical therapy clinic in Boston.

1 Braintree Street
Allston, MA 02134
Tel: (617) 787-8700
Fax: (617) 787-8106
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Well Maintained & Clean Aquatic Therapy in Brighton, MA

Aquatic Therapy Brighton MAOur pools are sanitized with bromine to minimize the respiratory and skin irritation caused by health club pools. We monitor the water chemistry several times a day to ensure the water is clean and safe for your aquatic therapy session. We regularly replace the water, filters and scrub the pool shell. One a year, the pools undergo an entire overhaul by the Hydroworx technicians.

There are others offering aquatic therapy in the Brighton area, but they all rely on someone else to make sure the pools are safe and clean.

Evidence Based Aquatic Therapy in Brighton, MA Prescribed by our Doctors

There is no doubt that we have the best aquatic therapy environment for you. That is only half of the job. Your physical therapist at Boston Sports Medicine has more experience and training in aquatic therapy, simply because we have done it longer than anyone else and provide aquatic therapy in the Brighton, MA area every day from the minute we open at 7 am to the minute we close at 8 pm.

We regularly review the medical journals and see new studies proving the benefits of aquatic therapy. Despite the mountain of research evidence, our patients are always amazed at the results. Brighton, MA patients are fortunate to have the option to come to Boston Sports Medicine in neighboring Allston for aquatic therapy. To learn more about aquatic therapy in Brighton, MA and how it can help you, please visit our aquatic therapy treatment page or contact us.

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