63 Pleasant Street
Watertown, MA 02472
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We’re proud to announce the opening of our new state-of-the-art clinic in Watertown, MA, located just six miles northwest of Boston in Middlesex County. This new clinic is accessible via the Mass Pike and other major highways, as well as public transportation, and is within walking distance of Watertown Square. Jess Barsotti, a seasoned, dedicated ProEx clinician and Watertown resident, will bring best in class physical therapy services to the community, and continue the ProEx Promise that values our patients’ time, offers clear communication and personalized treatment in a supportive and comfortable atmosphere.
Jess received his Bachelors degree in Athletic Training from Boston University in 2006 and went on to receive a Doctorate Degree in Physical Therapy from Boston University 2008. During his post graduate clinical rotations he had the opportunity to work with the Indiana Pacers, the BU Terrier Ice Hockey Team, and the MIT Engineer Football Team. Jess also assisted as a medical volunteer for the Boston Athletic Association's 2005 and 2006 Boston Marathons. Jess joined the ProEx team in August 2008, and initially served as the Head Athletic Trainer at Arlington High School for 2008-2009 school year. Jess became clinic manager of the Financial District clinic in 2014. Jess actively continues his professional training in the area of manual therapy and Medical Exercise Therapy through multiple professional courses including the ProEducation Series. Jess completed the Boston University Institute of Manual Therapy Fellowship in 2016 and is now a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. Jess has treated a wide range of sports and orthopedic conditions, and has worked at developing new treatment techniques for plantar fasciitis and sciatica. A member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Jess presented his research on plantar fasciitis to the APTA of Massachusetts in 2015. Jess is dedicated to improving the standard of care in physical therapy and is an active clinical instructor, regularly accepting clinical students from Boston University, Northeastern University, and MGH’s Institute of Health Professions to help educate future physical therapists.