What Hurts? 

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Physical Therapists 

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What Hurts? 

Our comprehensive list of resources and educational materials designed to help teach you about any orthopedic condition you may face or treatment you may undergo. 

Locations and

Physical Therapists 

Bay State has 29 locations across Massachusetts and one in New Hampshire to serve you. Find a location near you, get directions and meet the therapists.

Specialties and

Services 

Our clinics provide a wide range of specialties and services; discover all that our physical therapists can offer on your road to recovery!

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Welcome to Bay State Physical Therapy

We are devoted to the health and well being of our patients. Offering exceptional, innovative rehabilitation services, our dedicated professionals strive to restore each individual's maximal function with integrity and compassion.

You've never been to physical therapy before.  Some questions you may have:

  • What will happen on my first day?
  • What should I bring?
  • How should I dress?
  • Will it hurt?

Visit our new patient center for answers to all these questions and more.

News + Events

Tuesday, February 3, 2015
The most common injuries in skiing happen to the lower limb, most commonly the knee. The introduction of releasable bindings has decreased the rate of leg fractures by 90% in the past 30 years, but knee sprains (including ACL and/or MCL tears) are on the rise accounting for about 30% of all skiing injuries.The most common injury is the medial...
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Let's face it -- it's tough to find the motivation to exercise outside these days. During the work week, sometimes both legs of our daily commutes are completed in utter darkness. And while weekend sunshine is appreciated, it doesn't do much to warm up our wintry surroundings. But before you throw in the towel and restrict yourself to the crowded...
Thursday, November 13, 2014
You finally got into a good fitness routine and then bam — a head cold hits, you’re sidelined and now you feel all your good work is in vain right before the calorie-laden holiday season.Not so fast.Above-the-neck coldsIf the cold is just a head cold, you probably can continue working out, says Theo Hodge Jr., an internist and specialist in...