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    Brookline – 1180 Beacon

    Welcome to our Brookline Office, located at 1180 Beacon St, Suite 6C! At this location, we enjoy T-access via the Green Line (Kent Street stop), free street parking, a variety of therapists and treatment styles. Please see our Brookline team bios for more information. If you’re hoping to add aquatherapy to your treatment plan, almost all of our therapists at this location also treat at locations that have a pool.

    Location

    1180 Beacon St – Suite 6C

    Brookline, MA 02446
    Phone: (617) 730-5337
    Fax: (617) 730-5461

    Services

    Aquatic Therapy MS Rehab Programs
    Balance & Gait Training Neuromuscular Therapy
    Chronic Pain Conditions Occupational Therapy
    Core Strengthening Orthopedic
    Craniosacral Therapy Pediatric Rehab
    Dry Needling Soft Tissue Mobilization
    Ergonomic Assessments Surgical Rehabilitation
    Hand Therapy Therapeutic Exercise
    Integrative Manual Therapy Torticollis Rehab
    Joint Mobilization Visceral Rehabilitation
    Lymphatic Drainage Wellness Programs
    Myofascial Release Work Injury

    Office Hours

    Monday:           7am – 7pm
    Tuesday:           7am – 7pm
    Wednesday:     7am – 7pm
    Thursday:         7am – 7pm
    Friday:              7am – 5pm

    Our Team

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    Heather White, PT, DPT

    Heather graduated from Simmons University with a Bachelor’s in Exercise Science in 2016 and later completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at Simmons University in 2018.  At Simmons University, Heather was a collegiate softball player.  Within Physical Therapy, Heather has experience in the outpatient orthopedic setting with a passion working with athletes.  Heather also has experience treating patients with neurological disorders.  She focuses on treating the whole person rather than just a body part.  Heather is certified in IASTM massage and utilizes this in her treatment when appropriate.  In her free time, Heather enjoys staying active participating in obstacle course races and playing softball and volleyball.

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    Rachel attended Syracuse University for her undergraduate degree and graduated with a BFA in 2008. After working in the publishing world for several years and looking for a more active and interactive career, Rachel returned to school and earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2016 from the City University of New York at Hunter College. Rachel has a special interest in women's health and pelvic floor rehabilitation and has continued her education in this field through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. She is currently pursuing her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) from Herman and Wallace.

Prior to moving to Boston, Rachel had worked treating both orthopedic and pelvic conditions at facilities in New York and Los Angeles, most recently working as a physical therapist at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California where she was the primary therapist in the women's health department.

Rachel engages in a holistic therapy approach that incorporates exercise, manual techniques, and the mind-body connection in order to get people back to the activities they love doing.

In her free time, Rachel enjoys hiking, exploring national parks, doing yoga, going to museums, reading, and making art.
    Rachel Martone, PT, DPT

    Rachel attended Syracuse University for her undergraduate degree and graduated with a BFA in 2008. After working in the publishing world for several years and looking for a more active and interactive career, Rachel returned to school and earned a Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2016 from the City University of New York at Hunter College. Rachel has a special interest in women’s health and pelvic floor rehabilitation and has continued her education in this field through Herman and Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute. She is currently pursuing her Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification (PRPC) from Herman and Wallace.

    Prior to moving to Boston, Rachel had worked treating both orthopedic and pelvic conditions at facilities in New York and Los Angeles, most recently working as a physical therapist at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California where she was the primary therapist in the women’s health department.

    Rachel engages in a holistic therapy approach that incorporates exercise, manual techniques, and the mind-body connection in order to get people back to the activities they love doing.

    In her free time, Rachel enjoys hiking, exploring national parks, doing yoga, going to museums, reading, and making art.

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    Jamie Bloom, PT, DPT

    Jamie graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy from Boston University in 2017 and received her Bachelor of Health Studies from Boston University in 2015 as well. She is an active member of the APTA (American Physical Therapy Association) and has experience in orthopedics, neurological rehabilitation, and post-surgical rehabilitation. Jamie is originally from Southern California and spent most of her life swimming, which has influenced her experience in aquatic therapy. Jamie’s treatment style incorporates the most recent evidence and includes both therapeutic exercises and manual therapy to help each patient reach their individual maximum potential. Jamie emphasizes a whole-person approach in her treatments and also focuses on long-term health and wellness goals. When she is not treating patients, Jamie enjoys traveling, being outdoors, doing yoga, and trying out local breweries.

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    Conlan Brown, PT, DPT

    Conlan earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2018 from Boston University College of Rehabilitation Services: Sargent College. Conlan has a special interest in neurological pathologies, especially concussion, traumatic brain injury, and stroke. Conlan has a passion for research and evidence-based practice, and is currently the lead author on a systematic review regarding quadriceps strength following ACL reconstruction surgery. Conlan is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and was selected to present his research at the annual Combined Sections Meeting in January 2019. Conlan believes in using evidence-based practice in order to maximize his patients’ independence and quality of life.

    Conlan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Boston University in 2016, and continues to have an interest in treatment of athletes and sports-related injuries. In his free time, Conlan enjoys exploring new restaurants, running, and cheering for New England sports teams.

    Our Promise to You

    We encourage patient independence and self-management using preventative education, lifestyle modification and wellness strategies. Back On Track Physical Therapy is serious about bringing value to each and every treatment, and being a part of your solution for long term health and wellness.

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