431 River Street Unit 4
Waltham, MA 02453
Our 16th ProEx Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Clinic, opened in January 2017. It is our eleventh clinic location serving central and northern Massachusetts and the greater Boston area. It is a 2,400 square foot state of the art health and wellness facility.
Our Waltham, MA clinic is conveniently located downtown Waltham MA on the corner of River and Elm st, just 3 miles east off exit 26 on interstate 95. It's central location allows us to serve the physical therapy and sports medicine needs of numerous towns and cities around Boston. If you live in or around Newton, Belmont, Lexington, Lincoln, Wayland, Weston, or Wellesley Massachusetts, contact us to schedule an appointment today.
Originally from Woburn, Allison is well-known throughout the region. A former professional figure skater, she has worked with figure skaters and hockey players on and off the ice for more than 20 years.
She is the former team Physical Therapist for the National and International Champions Hayden Synchronized Skating Teams. Allison, who graduated from Woburn High School and then went to Simmons College and earned a Master's Degree in Physical Therapy, is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists.She is a member of the Sports Medicine Society of the USFSA and the Professional Skaters Association and also belongs to the Colonial Figure Skating Club in Boxborough and North Shore Skating Club in Reading.
Allison has written articles on Sports Medicine for Skating Magazine and Professional Skaters Magazine; she has been a guest lecturer on Strength Training and Injury Prevention at Professional Skaters Association seminars and US Figure Skating Regional Training Camps.
In her spare time (when she is not running around after her 4 children), Allison loves to teach proper skating techniques to hockey players, coaching between 2 and 4 hours per week.
Dave obtained a Bachelor of Health Science in 2011, and Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2013 from Boston University. His final project to obtain his DPT consisted of a case study and evidence based treatment progression for a multi-structure knee injury in a college lacrosse player. Dave completed Level one and Level two of the Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy which is an intensive 2 year post doctorate fellowship program focusing on bio-mechanics and evaluation and treatment of spine and orthopedic pathology. He also completed the Boston University Orthopedic Manual Therapy program, and obtained the status of Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (FAAOMPT). In addition to patient care, Dave is currently a teaching assistant in the Boston University Physical Therapy Program Spine course, and also teaches an annual seminar for 3rd year doctorate students on Evidence Based Thoracic Manual Therapy and it's implications with back pain, neck pain, and overhead throwing athletes.
Tony Haddad of Wilmington, MA works as an exercise technician at the Woburn location. In this role, Tony instructs, motivates, safeguards and assists patients with their therapeutic exercise programs. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts- Lowell with a Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise Physiology, along with a minor in Nutrition. In addition to working for ProEx, Tony works as a Strength and Conditioning Coach and Personal Trainer training a wide variety of athletes. He is currently working on becoming a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and has plans to pursue a Master’s degree and Doctoral degree in the near future.