Physical Therapist in Lowell, MA
Physical Therapist in Lowell, MA Therafit's team of licensed physical therapists and athletic trainers have been caring for patients of the major physicians in the Lowell and greater Boston area since our opening in 1985. We currently have helped 1000's of patients and athletes rehabilitate their injuries through proper post-operative care and treatment, customized strength and conditioning programs, as well as individual and athletic training services. We care for a range of conditions including; Headaches, neck and back pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee and foot pain.

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176 Walker Street
Lowell, MA
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read moreSince Therafit first opened its doors in 1985 for over 30 years we have helped tens of thousands of patients rehab their injuries right. Through cutting-edge care and treatment we treat nearly every orthopedic condition you might have-headaches, neck and back, TMJ, shoulder, hip, knee and foot pain, etc. - and we do it with a variety of "hands-on" skills including stretching, taping, myofascial release, joint mobilizations, instrument-assisted soft-tissue manipulation, dry needling and various muscle energy techniques to name a few, as well as targeted exercises and aquatic therapy.
Physical Therapy in Lowell for
read moreAt TheraFit Physical Therapy we look forward to assisting in prevention and recovery from injuries that can occur in everyday life. We commonly see patients that have injured themselves walking, hiking, gardening, or lifting things at home. Our lifestyle activity resource section provides you with a sampling of exercises for many every day activities and is designed to help you prevent injuries. We will continue to add more lifestyle related educational, exercise and injury prevention information on a regular basis.
Physical Therapy in Lowell for
read moreThis portion of our site is designed to help the athlete that is trying to get better at and improve in their respective sport. The staff at TheraFit Physical Therapy works with a variety of people with different athletic and sport backgrounds to improve their overall performance and skill, and assist them with successful recovery when sports-related injuries do happen. It is our aim to keep you healthy and on the playing field. It is our goal to work with you, whether your particular sport is recreational or if you play in front of 20,000 screaming fans.
TheraFit Physical Therapy
read moreOur staff of highly-trained and experienced physical therapists treat a variety of sports-related injuries, orthopedic injuries and chronic overuse conditions utilizing the most current research, most advanced techniques, principals and equipment to expedite recovery time and allow you to get back as quickly and safely as possible. We continue to adapt our treatment programs and physical therapy techniques based on the industry's leading experts as well as the latest evidence.
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read moreAt TheraFit Physical Therapy we look forward to helping you achieve optimal health and recover from injuries. For information on specific injuries, please click on our injuries and conditions category. Our resources on this website are for informational purposes only. Do not diagnose, self treat, or attempt any exercises from the content on this site without contacting TheraFit Physical Therapy, your physician or a qualified specialist first. At TheraFit Physical Therapy we offer Physical Therapy, physical therapist, Aquatic Therapy, Sports Injury, Rehabilitation, dry needling, Fitness Center, gyms, health clubs, personal training, nutrition, sports medicine clinic, Lowell, MA, indoor pool, pool therapy, low back pain, neck pain, headaches, tmj, cupping, IASTM, exercises.
Physical Therapy in Lowell for
read moreRadiofrequency ablation is a treatment where radio waves are used to create heat and destroy a part of a nerve. This technique is most commonly used to treat pain that is originating in the facet joints of the spine. The procedure is used to destroy the end of the small nerves that provide sensation to the facet joints. Once the nerve is destroyed, you should no longer feel the pain from the worn out, painful facet joints. This procedure is also sometimes called a RFA which is short for radiofr.
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