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Exercise equipment at our physical therapy clinic in Weymouth.

Physical Therapy in Weymouth, MA

Our Weymouth physical therapy location is conveniently located right off Route 3, just one set of lights up on Route 18 in the Stetson Building. It is a 3,200 square foot state-of-the-art facility, complete with the latest strength and conditioning equipment, as well as an open gym area. Ample on-site parking is available.

About Our Physical Therapy Clinic in Weymouth

Exercise facility at our physical therapy clinic location in Plymouth. Blue Hills Sorts & Spine Rehabilitation, providing physical therapy in Weymouth, is distinguished for the success of its unique approach to spinal rehabilitation and general orthopedics.

As we like to say, we put the “physical” in physical therapy, because our goal is to identify the cause of your injuries or painful conditions and treat them. Our experienced and skilled team puts their knowledge, compassionate approach and personalized care emphasis to work for you the minute you enter our clinic.

Opened in 2008, the Weymouth facility is a member of The Pinnacle Rehabilitation Network which also operates in Boston, Plymouth and Braintree.

We credit our success with our insistence that we are determined to address the cause of your pain, not just your symptoms. We dismiss quick-fix solutions in favor of long-term solutions that allow you to return to your normal level of activity and optimal quality of life. We don’t want you to have to compromise because of pain, and we will encourage you to keep moving as we solve the issues.

We begin by conducting a thorough biomechanical evaluation that gives us the insight we need to devise an individualized course of treatment.

Your dedicated physical therapist will combine the latest in evidence-based physical therapy treatments with the best “tried and true” methods to help you achieve superior, lasting results. Every step of the way, we’ll provide you with the in-depth knowledge you need to become your own physical therapist and remain pain-free, long after your program has ended.

Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation - Weymouth

541 Main Street, #203 Weymouth, MA, 02190

Phone: (781) 340-1480

Fax: (781) 340-1481           

Clinic Hours: Monday to Thursday – 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

           Friday: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

           Special appointment times can be arranged.

Meet Our Team Members in Weymouth, MA

Christine Cormier

Christine Cormier
- MSPT
Clinical Manager

ccormier@bluehillspt.com

Christine Cormier, MSPT graduated from Northeastern University in 2002. Since that time she has been specializing in the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic, spine and sports injuries. Her approach to rehabilitation is a combination of manual and exercise based treatment and has led to great patient outcomes. In addition to being a treating physical therapist, she also works in the PTA Program at Bay State College as a Lab Instructor.

Sabrina Adams

Sabrina Adams
- PTA
Physical Therapist Assistant

sadams@bluehillspt.com

Sabrina graduated from University of Massachusetts Boston in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree. After working in the fitness industry and as a personal trainer, she went back to school to receive her Associates Degree in the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Bay State College in 2006. Since then she has been practicing as a licensed PTA in the outpatient orthopedic setting. Sabrina was a Boston marathon participant in 2005. In her spare time she enjoys running, weight training, outdoor activities and spending time with her family.

Kathleen Glassett

Kathleen Glassett
Office Co-ordinator

Our Physical Therapy Services in Weymouth, MA

Spinal Rehabilitation

Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation, providing physical therapy services in Weymouth, MA, is distinguished for its unique and effective approach to spinal rehabilitation.

When you suffer from acute or chronic back pain, it is hard to focus on anything else. Every aspect of your quality of life is impacted. When the pain becomes chronic, it is easy to become discouraged and believe that you will never be pain-free again.

At our Weymouth clinic, we have given thousands of back pain sufferers a whole new perspective on life. In fact, many of our patients are surprised when we tell them this fact: The vast majority of people with neck, low back pain and/or sciatica symptoms caused by degenerative disc disease, muscle strain and other spine disorders can be managed successfully—without surgery.

Our approach to physical therapy leads to superior long-term results because we treat the causes, not just the symptoms. Our skilled physical therapists use a proven, research-based course of treatment that includes:

  • Cardiovascular exercise
  • Active and passive stretching
  • Quantitative functional strength training
  • Core stabilization
  • Manual techniques and modalities (when clinically appropriate)

Orthopedics                                                     

Our customized program of physical therapy is successful in helping patients suffering from sprains, strains and fractures, and other orthopedic injuries, to heal faster and recover thoroughly.

Whether your pain comes from injuries incurred in your daily life, your sports and hobbies or your workplace, we will work with you to determine the underlying cause and address the whole picture to prevent injuries from recurring.

Sports Injuries

Whether you are an elite marathoner or a 10- minute miler, a major league pitcher or a weekend warrior, Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation treats all types—and all levels—of athletes with the same exceptional level of care.

We understand how hard it is for athletes to stay on the sidelines. That’s why our physical therapists focus on getting you back to your sport faster, but in a way that ensures your injury will not return.

Once we determine the cause of your injury or pain, we use a comprehensive and aggressive biomechanical approach to restore full joint mobility and strength. Because the body is a “kinematic chain,” it’s critical to consider all of the joints around your injury—including wrists, elbows, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles. By rehabilitating you from the “ground up,” your physical therapy will be more effective in the long run.

We specialize in treating:

  • Youth, adult and active senior athletes
  • Elbow, shoulder, hip, knee, foot and ankle injuries
  • Injuries resulting from running, jumping and throwing

Graston Technique

We believe that every patient should have access to the very best physical therapy techniques. That's why we stay up to speed with the latest clinical research and explore new ways of getting even better results for our patients.

The Graston Technique is a form of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization that enables physical therapists to effectively identify and breakdown scar tissue and mechanical restrictions within soft tissues.

The technique utilizes specially designed steel instruments, combined with stretches and exercises, to achieve superior outcomes. It is used to treat a number of tendon disorders, mobilize scar tissue and reduce edema.

Pre and Post Surgical Care

Patients undergoing joint replacement surgery have been found to recover faster when they have the benefit of physical therapy both before and after their surgery.

We will help you regain your strength and flexibility without risking further damage during the healing process.

Workplace Injuries

We will work with your physician following work-related injuries to help you heal and return to work as quickly as possible. In some cases this will require a work hardening program through which your return to your tasks is gradual as your body regains strength after an injury.

What to Expect on Your First Visit

Arrive early.

Please plan to arrive 20 minutes prior to your first appointment. This will allow time for you to register and fill out a medical history form.

Be prepared.

  • Bring your Insurance card, a list of any prescribed or over-the-counter medications you take regularly, and any other necessary referral information.
  • Please expect to pay any co-pays at the time of service.
  • Wear comfortable loose clothing that will allow easy access to your injury site.

What to expect:

  • Your first visit begins with an evaluation of your entire medical history, muscle strength, flexibility, as well as other important factors related to your injury.
  • Your physical therapist will then use these findings to develop a comprehensive treatment program.
  • Based on your individually-tailored treatment program, your Physical Therapist will discuss with you how often you will need to attend physical therapy to achieve your long-term goals.


Our cancellation and rescheduling policy:

We kindly request a 24-hour appointment cancellation notice. If you need to reschedule an appointment on short notice, we will make every effort to accommodate your needs.  Hours of operation: Monday to Thursday: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday: 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Special appointment times can be arranged.


Driving Directions to Weymouth Clinic

Driving Directions from the Waltham/Dedham Area (From Rt 95)

  1. Take I-95 South toward Providence RI/Dedham/Cape Cod
  2. I-95 South becomes I-93 North
  3. Merge onto MA- 3S
  4. Take EXIT 16B toward Abington
  5. Merge onto Main St./ Rt. 18S
  6. At the traffic lights, take a right ontoWest Street
  7. Take a quick left into the Stetson Building parking lot

From the South Shore (From Rt. 3)

  1. Take Rt 3 North toward Boston
  2. Take EXIT 16B toward Abington
  3. Merge onto Main St./ Rt. 18S
  4. At the traffic lights, take a right onto West Street
  5. Take a quick left into the Stetson Building parking lot

From the Boston Area (From Route 93)

  1. Take Rt. 93 South
  2. Merge onto MA- 3S
  3. Take EXIT 16B toward Abington
  4.  Merge onto Main St./ Rt. 18S
  5. At the traffic lights, take a right onto West Street
  6. Take a quick left into the Stetson Building parking lot

From the Southeast/Brockton Area (From Route 24)

  1. Take Rt 24 North toward Boston
  2. Take exit #21A onto I-93 North toward Boston -2.8mi
  3. Then follow directions from step #3 above.

 

Your partner in facilitating insurance coverage.

At Blue Hills Sports and Spine Rehabilitation , we understand the complexity of health insurance. Although we verify physical therapy eligibility as a courtesy to you, however, we highly recommend you also call your insurance company to verify your benefits. While you begin your rehabilitation, we'll contact your HMO/PPO and take the necessary steps to become an authorized physical therapy provider. With Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation offices in Weymouth, Plymouth, Braintree and Boston we are just around the corner from where you live, work and play.


We are physical therapy providers for:

  • Aetna
  • Auto Accidents (all insurances)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Corvel
  • Department of Labor
  • First Health
  • Great-West Healthcare
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
  • Healthcare Value Management
  • MassHealth, Medicaid, Medicare
  • Neighborhood Health Plan
  • Network Health
  • One Health Plan
  • Private Health Care Systems
  • Tricare/Health Net
  • Tufts Health Plan
  • Unicare
  • United Healthcare
  • Worker's Compensation
      

Other Physical Therapy Locations

The Weymouth clinic of Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation is one of four physical therapy clinics serving the Greater Boston area under The Pinnacle Rehabilitation Network.

Other Blue Hills Sports & Spine Rehabilitation locations in Greater Boston Area are:

Boston

30 Lancaster Street #100  Boston MA 02114

Phone:

(617) 367-4700

Fax:

(616) 367-4701

 

Braintree

340 Wood Road #303 Braintree, MA, 02184

Phone:

(781) 535-6053

Fax:

(781) 535-6056

 

Plymouth

45 Resnik Road #104-A, Plymouth, MA 02360

Phone:

(508) 747-6600

Fax:

(508) 747-6606

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