If you have suffered a serious sports related injury recently, you are probably searching for a therapy clinic to help you recover. If you are looking for sports therapy clinics in Watertown, MA, visit Boston Sports Medicine. We have experienced, knowledgeable physical therapists that perform an impressive range of different services.Sports Therapy Clinics Watertown MA

36 Arlington Street
at GymIt Health Club
Watertown, MA 02472
Tel: (617) 926-2300
Fax: (617) 926-5886
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The #1 Choice for Sports Therapy Clinics in Watertown, MA

Boston Sports Medicine believes that every patient deserves to be treated individually. That’s why we offer specialized sports therapy care for all of the athletes that we treat. You can feel confident that you will receive the type of care that works best for you. We won’t try to shoehorn you into the same sports therapy plan as everyone else. Our sports therapists are flexible and open-minded. Their only goal is to see you succeed. Here is a list of some of the services that we offer at our clinics:

  • Active release techniques, also known as ART
  • Treatment of military and police officers
  • Taping
  • Massage therapy
  • Compressive cooling

Contact Our Sports Therapy Clinics Today

You can contact us or schedule your sports therapy appointment by calling us at (617) 926-2300. If you would prefer to schedule online, you can also make an appointment on our website.

Experience the Boston Sports Medicine difference! Once you try us, you’ll never want to go anywhere else. Contact us to learn more about our sports therapy clinics in Watertown, MA.

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