Boston Sports Medicine has been serving patients with sports therapy clinics in Brighton, MA and surrounding communities. Offering unparalleled sports therapy care for patients of all ages, Boston Sports Medicine has been the trusted name in physical therapy since 1999.

Boston Sports Medicine strives to provide immediate, individual and quality care. All care is administered by qualified and licensed physical therapists that use the most up-to-date equipment and hands on techniques.

1 Braintree Street
Allston, MA 02134
Tel: (617) 787-8700
Fax: (617) 787-8106
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Sports Therapy in Brighton, MA for All Ages and Levels

Boston Sports Medicine has treated athletes of every level. Our clients include Zoom Multisport Triathletes, Ironman Triathletes, the Boston Derby Dames and the Boston Breakers. Even though we treat those on a professional level, we also offer unmatched care for teens and the college level.

Sports Therapy Clinics Brighton MA

We offer a program to help prevent sports related injuries that are common with young athletes. This includes:

  • Screening for current injuries, postural dysfunctions and muscular imbalances.
  • Education that includes the anatomy of the muscles and bones, how to stretch and strengthen muscles and the importance of proper nutrition.
  • Education for the prevention of ACL and other common injuries. This includes running, cutting and pivoting.
  • Strength training tailored to each patient.
  • Individualized home program.

Ensuring that your child or teenager is fit and healthy for their upcoming sports season is just as important as care after a sports injury.

Contacting Sports Therapy Clinics in Brighton, MA

Boston Sports Medicine is currently accepting new patients. Our clinic hours are Monday-Friday, 7am-8pm to work with your busy schedule. You can call us 24 hours a day at (617) 787-8700. If you are a new patient, please see our patient forms page to save some time during your first visit. Visit one of our sports therapy clinics in the Brighton, MA area and see the Boston Sports Medicine difference!

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