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What Our New Women's Clinic Means For Our Community

With everything happening in our country, women need our support more than ever. Through my position at Achieve PT, I like to believe I’m able to make a difference in their lives and the lives of every one of our wonderful patients. I couldn’t ask for a better community to stand behind me and our patients as we work to better the lives of those around us. That’s why I love what I do. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve dreamed of making a difference in the way people felt, no matter how big or how small. After years of hard work, I’m proud to announce that our new and upgraded women’s health clinic will be up and running on September 7th, 2021 at 411 Mass Ave in Acton, MA. Whether you’re looking for help with complications due to pregnancy, pelvic floor dysfunction or assistance in recovering from a surgery, Achieve PT offers the specialized care you’ve come to expect from our team of dedicated professionals.


This year marks my 13th year of practicing physical therapy at Achieve PT, and I couldn’t be happier to continue my journey of learning and practicing in the field I love. It’s been a long time coming. My interest in PT started at the early age of 9 years old when I was introduced to it by a friend's father, a physical therapist and practice owner; and then again in my teenage years when I saw the difference women’s health physical therapy made during my mother’s battle with cancer. It was from those long days of seeing the happiness her physical therapist was able to bring to her that I truly fell in love with the idea of making it my career.


Sports medicine has also always been a major passion of mine. Through my exposure playing every sport you can imagine, from badminton to soccer, I came across plenty of injured comrades. As I got older, I was amazed to see just how much PT can help athletes recover. I’ve seen potentially career-ending injuries turn into minor setbacks through the hard work and determination of physical therapists and patients alike. If you’re willing to work for it, there’s a good chance that we can help you get back on your feet.


While I still love treating patients with orthopedic and sports injuries, becoming a mom has helped me relate to a whole new population. Physical therapy can work wonders for women with any number of issues. Whether its problems stemming from pregnancy itself or from the effects that can arise after child birth, there is a seemingly endless stream of ways we can get you back to where you were before. After having my three children, I can safely say that I would not be where I am today without the help of our field. My work comes from a desire to see this practice become the norm in women’s lives everywhere. That’s why I’ve worked with the fantastic staff here at Achieve PT to open our new women’s clinic. So many women and men in our community can benefit from the services we provide.


Alongside our tight knit staff of specialists, we work hard to make you feel as comfortable as possible when you join our little family. At the end of the day, we’re in this together. 


To find out more about what kind of ailments women’s health physical therapy can help you with or to learn more about the services offered at our brand new women’s clinic, give us a call at (978) 263-0007 or stop by our new office at 411 Mass Ave. Acton, MA Suite 302. We can’t wait to help.

If you have any questions about this post or would like to speak with a physical therapist about an injury, give us a call at (978) 263-0007 or, use the contact form on our website. We would be happy to answer any questions and discuss possible next steps.

Achieve Physical Therapy is currently open in Acton, Bedford, and Sudbury, MA. We continue to follow the CDC guideline for face mask coverings.