While injuries may heal with surgery, that doesn’t mean that everything will be back in working order once the bandages come off. This is why it’s important to seek the best physical therapist in the Waltham, MA area as soon as you can after being medically treated for your injuries.

Boston Sports Medicine has the top physical therapists that will be able to help you recuperate, maintain full use of your body and help minimize any lasting pain that may be present from complications.

36 Arlington Street
at GymIt Health Club
Watertown, MA 02472
Tel: (617) 926-2300
Fax: (617) 926-5886
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Personalized Treatment with the Best Physical Therapist in Waltham, MA

Boston Sports Medicine has a team of specialists trained in different disciplines, all of which are meant to help them develop the best plan that works for you and your injuries.

Best Physical Therapist Waltham MA

As your physical therapist, we specialize in credentials that include:

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy
  • Athletic Training Certification
  • Graston Certification
  • McKenzie Certification
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning

We use the most advanced techniques and latest medical technology in a synergistic fashion to help you not only recover, but also to help lower your chances of future injury.

The Best Physical Therapist for You

As the best physical therapist serving Waltham, MA, we ensure that our program extends not only to athletes but also normal and everyday people. It doesn’t matter if you need physical therapy as the result of a work or play accident, nor if you’re young or old. We offer physical therapy that will get you back up on your feet with stronger muscles conditioned to alleviate as many painful problems as possible.

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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