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Wilmington Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Wilmington MA

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Are you currently recovering from a sports injury? Do you need help managing the pain you feel in your joints? Are you a dancer or a Gymnast? If so, you should consider turning to the professionals at Boston Sports Medicine. We focus on sports, dance, orthopedic, and post-surgical physical therapy in Wilmington, MA.

From student-athletes to military veterans, people from all walks of life come to us for physical therapy in Wilmington, MA. Through physical therapy in Wilmington, MA, we can help these individuals return to their prior level of functioning. We want our patients to recover from an injury or surgery as promptly as possible. Read on to learn more about how our physical therapy in Wilmington, MA can help you.

Dancer and Gymnast Focused Care

The movement of many forms of dance may pre-dispose one to a number of conditions not commonly seen in other populations. We are equipped to assess technique and movement quality to assure it is considered and integrated into the dancer’s treatment program. Custom exercise prescription to meet the demands of training and choreography is integral to our programs.

Treatment Approaches

Ankle/Foot Disorders: Achilles tendinopathies and Sever’s, ankle sprains and chronic instability, stress fractures, flexor hallicus longus pathology, metatarsal pain and stiffness, os trigonum, and os navicular conservative and post operative treatment

Spinal Conditions: muscle strain, spondylolysis/stress fractures of spine, facet irritation, core weakness/stabilization issues

Hip Conditions: labral tears both conservative and post-operative care, osteoarthritis, impingement syndromes

Knee Disorders: patellofemoral pain (knee cap), pain related to joint hyper mobility including tracking issues of the patella, degenerative joint disease/osteoarthritis, meniscus tears both conservative and post-operative, ACL repairs, osteochondritis dissecans

Orthopedic Surgeries: Including but not limited to – Total hip and knee joint replacement, PAO (periacetabular osteotomy), hamstring avulsion repairs, Achilles tendon lengthening procedures, lateral release and tendon re-positioning for dislocating knee caps, compartment release of the calf muscles, hip labrum repairs, os trigonum removal or steida process excisions, retinaculum release at the ankle, arch reconstruction surgery, rotator cuff repairs, ACL repairs/reconstruction

At Boston Sports Medicine, we are passionate about providing exceptional physical therapy in Wilmington, MA. We constantly seek out new resources, discoveries, and innovations that help advance our practice. You can count on us to provide you with quality physical therapy in Wilmington, MA using the latest equipment and techniques.

When it comes to providing physical therapy in Wilmington, MA, no one is better than us. Trust our committed health care providers with your physical therapy in Wilmington, MA today!

Contact

314 Main Street
Suite 101
Wilmington, MA 01887

Tel: (978) 447-5793

Fax: (978) 642-9982

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Michelle Perry DPT

Meet Michelle Perry, DPT

Michelle grew up on the North Shore of Boston and participated in dance as well as competitive gymnastics and cheerleading, competing at the state and national levels. Her love of sports and movement drove her desire to pursue a career in Physical Therapy. She attended Northeastern University’s accelerated Physical Therapy program where she received her Bachelors Degree in Rehab Science and graduated in 2013 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy. In 2020 she became a board certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist.

Michelle began working at Boston Sports Medicine in 2014, where she discovered her passion for Dance Medicine. It was through the Dance Medicine community she was introduced to Maribeth and began working per diem at this practice in the Fall of 2019. She has experience working with professional and pre-professional dancers of the Boston Ballet, Boston Ballet School, Jose Mateo Ballet Theater, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, as well as numerous local studios/companies. Michelle has since pursued advanced education and training in Dance Medicine through the Harkness Center for Dance Injures as well as numerous local conferences. She is a Graston Technique Specialist and is trained in dry needling, Matwork and Reformer Pilates through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI), and has experience with therapeutic cupping and aquatic therapy.

In her free time Michelle enjoys staying active with barre, pilates, yoga, dance and hiking. She also enjoys traveling and spending time with her black lab, Maggie.

READY TO GET BACK IN THE GAME?

Request an Appointment today by calling (800) 346-9153 or use our online form.

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