What Hurts? 

Locations and

Physical Therapists 

Specialties and

Services 

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 39 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?
  • What can I expect in my road to recovery?

 

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

News, Events & Special Interests

Wednesday, January 11, 2017
(KUTV) Physical therapy isn’t just for adults. While it can help when recovering from injury or surgery, it is also useful for young children. For babies with a condition called torticollis, physical therapy can help then overcome it.“Torticollis is defined as tightness in one of the neck muscles,” said Kelly Warner, a pediatric physical therapist...
Monday, November 28, 2016
Nearly 80 percent of Americans will have back pain sometime in their life. The majority of these cases resolve in less than a month with no serious complications. However, once you have back pain, you are at greater risk for recurrence. Establishing a definitive medical diagnosis has been shown to be nearly impossible. Most people over 35 have...
Friday, July 15, 2016
As physical therapists from time to time we may be confronted by a patient who is resistant to the idea of being involved with exercise. When those times occur I want you to be prepared by giving them solid evidence as to why exercise is so important, starting with this. After age 45, muscle strength declines 8-10% every decade of life and can...