Address and Hours

100 Milk Street

Methuen, MA 01844

P: 978-965-6002

F: 978-208-0758


M-Th: 7am-7pm

F: 7am-4:30pm

Sat: 8am-2pm

Meet Our Team 
Adam Soiref
MGH Institute of Health Professions

Adam is the clinical manager of the Methuen location. He earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the MGH Institute of Health Professions. He is committed to working closely with his patients while using his knowledge of biomechanics to help them fully understand how to avoid recurring injuries, ensure they meet all of their physical therapy related goals, and optimize their performance both in the home and on the field. He focuses his practice in evidence-based, individualized treatment plans combining manual therapy and functional exercise to maximize his patients’ rehabilitation potential. In addition to his physical therapy degree he is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Originally from the north shore of Boston, Adam graduated from Indiana University with a degree in music business and worked in sales and in the music industry before changing his career to physical therapy. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, attending concerts, playing basketball and golf, and watching all Boston sports teams.

Cheryl Boudreau
Northeastern University

Cheryl is the managing partner of the Danvers and Methuen locations.  After obtaining her Master’s Degree of Science in 2003 from Northeastern, she completed a two year post graduate residency program in Norwegian manual therapy earning her an Orthopedic Manual Therapist certification specializing in the spine and orthopedics.  Her studies at The Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy gave her an intricate understanding of the biomechanics and rehabilitation principals of the spine and extremities; this knowledge allows her to treat patients efficiently and effectively.   As a former competitive swimmer with 17 years of experience, including 6 appearances at the United States National Swimming Championships, she understands the passion and drive possessed by athletes.  Cheryl is committed to helping her patients restore optimal function and performance and has worked as a member of the Boston Marathon rehabilitation team.  Cheryl places a strong emphasis on patient education in effort to help people gain a thorough understanding of their injuries, promote the healing process, and avoid recurrence of symptoms in the future.  She is committed to helping every one of her patient’s accomplish their personal goals and meeting their highest level of pain free function.