New and Improved!

RENOVATED AND DOUBLE THE SIZE!

Please visit our Davis Square
Physical Therapy office
in Somerville, MA

NOW OPEN AND TAKING NEW PATIENTS

Boston Sports Medicine Physical Therapy
259 Elm Street
2nd Floor
Somerville, MA 02144
Tel: 617.623.6300
Fax: 617.623.4224

PARKING IS AVAILABLE NEARBY WITH RESIDENT STICKER, IN MANY METERED PARKING LOTS AS CLOSE AS ONE BLOCK AWAY, OR ON THE STREET THROUGHOUT DAVIS SQUARE

We are located one block from the Davis Square Red Line MBTA stop

A bigger, even more beautiful physical therapy clinic in Davis Square!

In 2012, we opened our 4th physical therapy office in Davis Square, Somerville.  We were excited about the 1,500 square feet of newly designed clinic space, natural light, peace and quiet, and all that Davis Square had to offer.  Well, due to the incredible success of our staff and the demand for their excellent physical therapy treatment, we needed an even bigger clinic.  Boston Sports Medicine is proud to announce the grand reopening of Boston Sports Medicine on the 2nd floor at 259 Elm Street.  The new clinic was completed in 2013 and more than double the size.  We now offer you an even more beautiful place to recover from your injuries with the best physical therapists in Somerville and the surrounding towns.

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Request an Appointment today by calling (617) 787-8700 or use our online form.
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