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Why Boston Sports Medicine

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IN SPORTS MEDICINE

Welcome to Boston Sports Medicine! Boston is the best sports town in America. It would only make sense that we also have the very best doctors and physical therapists to treat our athletes. That is what you will find at Boston Sports Medicine physical therapy. The skills necessary to successfully rehabilitate an injured athlete are above and beyond the ordinary physical therapist. Having those skills ensures that even if you are not an athlete, your physical therapist will be well trained and experienced. Read their blogs, visit any of our centers, read the reviews. You are fortunate to have found us. We look forward to meeting you.

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WE SPECIALIZE IN
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Aquatic Therapy

Bathing in hot mineral springs, a classical medicine cure for disease and injury.

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Dancers / Ballet

Our physical therapists specialize in dance rehabilitation on land and in the pool.

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Physical Therapy For Students

Students get back in the game with the help of Boston Sports Medicine!

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Pediatrics / Teens

A summer program for the teen athlete.

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Tactical Athlete

Firefighters, police, paramedics, and military.

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International Travelers

Our physiotherapists specialize in sports rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, post-surgical rehabilitation, and aquatic therapy.

BSM ROAD TO RECOVERY
BSM BLOG
  • The Winding Road of Returning to Activity After A Concussion

    By: Michael Geiger, PT, DPT, ITPT In our most recent blog post in our concussion series, we introduced the idea of baseline measurements and the impact (no pun intended) they have on determining a patient’s trajectory towards recovery and returning to their regular activities. Today we will skip forward a bit in the process, beyond…

  • What Does Physical Therapy Concussion Care Involve?

    In unraveling the challenges of concussion management, practitioners start with understanding the patient’s baseline. Baseline refers to pre-injury abilities: concussion baseline measures commonly include cognition, balance, and vision. When managing concussions and formulating the plan of care, the health care provider’s goal is to achieve the patient’s baseline levels.   In sports, if an athlete…