Physical Therapy for Students in Boston

Physical Therapy for Students in Boston

Students get back in the game with the help of Boston Sports Medicine! Our physical therapists specialize in sports rehabilitation, orthopedic rehabilitation, post-surgical rehabilitation, and aquatic therapy. Since 1999, we have provided exceptional physical therapy care to hundreds of students. Our business, education, and clinical models ensure that students will always receive the most time with the best trained and licensed physical therapists, the greatest accessibility to a physical therapy clinic and their providers, and the highest customer satisfaction.

Physical Therapy for Students in Boston

We welcome students from all schools in the Boston area including:

Andover Newton Theological School, Bay State College, Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, Bentley University, Berklee College of Music, Boston Architectural College, Boston Architectural Center, Boston College, Boston Conservatory, Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis, Boston University, Brandeis University, Bunker Hill Community College, Cambridge College, Emerson College, Emmanuel College, Episcopal Divinity School, Fisher College, Franklin Institute of Boston, Harvard University, Hebrew College, Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, Huld International Business School, Katherine Gibbs School, Laboure College, Lasell College, Lesley University, Longy School of Music, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, Masachusetts School of Prefessional Psychology, MGH Institute of Health Professions, MIT, Mount Ida College, New England College of Business and Finance, New England College of Optometry, New England Conservatory, New England Institute of Art, New England School of Law, New England School of Photography, Newbury College, Northeastern University, Pine Manor College, Roxbury Community College, Saint John’s Seminary, School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Simmons College, Suffolk University, Tufts University, Urban College of Boston, UMass Boston, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Wheelock College.

We accept all out of state and student health insurance plans.

Students Insurance

Our Allston physical therapy clinic is convenient to BC, BU, and Harvard University students. If you drive, we have free on-site parking. If you take the T, we are on the Green Line B Train at the Harvard Street stop. From Harvard Square, take the 66 bus to our Allston physical therapy clinic.

Our Somerville physical therapy clinic is convenient to students at all Cambridge schools. If you drive, we have free on-site parking. If you take the T, we are at the end of the Green Line E Train at the Lechmere stop. You can walk from MIT and Kendall Square down 7th Street. Take the 69 bus from Harvard Square to our Somerville Physical therapy clinic. From Davis Square, take the 88 bus.

Go to the MBTA website to get the best MBTA travel routes to our clinics.

Student Physical Therapy Brookline

Physical Therapy for Students in Boston… Physical therapy rehabilitation center for students offering treatment for all injuries to the spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, foot, and ankle. We also have an aquatic therapy center for rehabilitation that is done in a heated pool.

Students, take a look at this post detailing some things you can do on a daily basis to prevent injury and stay in good health!


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