Physical and Occupational Therapy
BMC Physical & Occupational Therapy Now Offered in Winthrop!
BMC has expanded its physical and occupational services to an additional location in Winthrop. This will allow us to better serve patients in the surrounding area including East Boston, Chelsea, Revere, Everett, and Winthrop.
Located inside the Winthrop Neighborhood Health building and next to Belle Isle Seafood, the address is:
Winthrop Neighborhood Health
BMC Physical and Occupational Therapy
17 Main Street
Winthrop, MA 02152
Free shuttle service for patients coming from East Boston Neighborhood Health Center OR the Orient Heights MBTA Stop is available daily. Click here to view schedule.
If you would like to schedule an appointment at the Winthrop location, please call 617.638.0300.
Rehabilitation Services (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy) at Boston Medical Center, a teaching hospital of Boston University School of Medicine, provides comprehensive rehabilitative care for patients with a wide range of impairments, functional limitations and disabilities. Recognized as leaders in their respective fields, our clinicians utilize the most advanced technology in rehabilitative care. The service is comprised of the two rehabilitation disciplines:
Our goal is to provide the highest quality of rehabilitative care to patients and their families by working collaboratively within interdisciplinary teams to assure that our patients are able to achieve their goals.
Locomotor Training is also available, helping individuals with gait impairments. BMC is the only facility in the Northeast to have a Locomotor Treadmill.
Learn more about our therapists who help individuals with various neurological conditions reach their optimal level of physical function and fitness.
Our therapists provide an array of rehab services, offerig clinical expertise to help patients recover as they improve their quality of life.
We strive to serve as role models for our respective professions by preparing the next generation of clinicians for excellence and by participating in research that will advance our knowledge.