Boston Sports Medicine
Our Mission: To provide immediate, individual, quality care by experienced licensed professionals using the industry’s most up-to-date equipment and techniques. To create an incredible working environment for our staff.
We specialize in treatment of sports orthopedic injuries, including but not limited to
- Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Neck and Back Injuries
- Sprains and Strains
- Shoulder Injuries
- Work-Related Injuries
- Sports Injuries
- Knee and Ankle Injuries
- Motor-Vehicle Injuries
We may incorporate any of the following services in our treatment:
- Laser Therapy
- Custom Orthotics
- Craniosacral Therapy
- Massage Therapy
- Progressive Resistance Exercise
- Joint Mobilization
- Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation
- Gait Training/Gait Analysis
- Manual Traction
- Compressive Cooling
- McKenzie Protocol
- Acupuncture Techniques
- Work Hardening
- Running Evaluations with Video Analysis
- Golf Swing Analysis
- Post-Rehab Personal Training Program
Aquatic therapy is offered at YMCA Oak Square in Brighton
Aquatic physical therapy is rehabilitation that is done in a heated pool. Exercise is prescribed by a licensed physical therapist. Techniques for aquatic therapy are diverse and are tailored to the individual patient's limitations and rehabilitation goals. Water therapy can be performed at various depths, and may include weight-bearing or non-weight-bearing pool exercises, swimming, and conditioning using special equipment such as flotation and resistive devices.
Early joint movement is possible in the water even if you are experiencing pain. Water supports the body and reduces stress to joints so you can strengthen and condition your muscles even as your injury heals.
Aquatic therapy can increase circulation and range of motion, and improve balance, strength and endurance. It can also protect joints during exercise, reduce stress, and decrease swelling.
Who can benefit from aquatic therapy? Post-surgical patients; people with athletic injuries, arthritis, chronic pain, neck and back injuries, and orthopedic dysfunction. Pregnant women may also greatly benefit from water therapy.
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