Compassion Massage offers a complete and comprehensive pain management program for acute and chronic pain.
Compassion Massage is thrilled to announce its new Physical Therapy (PT) and Therapeutic Exercise program. After almost 6 years of growing our reputation as the #1 massage choice for pain management, we have seen a great need to provide specialized care, evaluation and diagnosis of acute and chronic pain conditions.
PT is commonly used to treat conditions like soft tissue injuries, chronic pain and postural disorders. It is also used to regain range of motion from car accidents, sports injuries and occupation related overuse injuries. Our physical therapy program will help identify the source of pain or limitation and educate you about your impairment or injury. PT and massage therapy will help create the best treatment plan and have you feeling your best again.
Physical Therapy Services at the Westford Clinic
|30 Minutes||45 Minutes|
|Evaluation Physical Therapy (PT)||$108(150 pts.)|
|Treatment Physical Therapy (PT)||$72(100 pts.)|
Your treatment plan may include:
- Comprehensive evaluation, and Identification of your injury
- A guided therapeutic exercise plan to regain strength and stability
- Decrease chronic and acute pain
- Restoring muscle function and balance
- Give you control of your recovery
How can PT and Massage help me?
Soft tissue injuries like muscle strains and tendinitis are very common injuries seen in our clinics. These can be correctly identified by a physical therapist, who will also educate you on prevention and correction to avoid further injury. After a physical therapy consult/session, you can also benefit from regularly scheduled therapeutic massage. Our new program will guide you to recovery quicker as physical therapy and massage work together to determine what is best for your particular condition. PT and massage can work hand in hand with a wholesome approach, to help you recover from acute and chronic issues alike.
Our physical therapist, Ruchita Vora, will create a detailed care plan that will also include recommendations for duration and frequency of massage. At Compassion Massage, you can rest assured that our specialists have your best interest at heart.
Meet Ruchita Vora, MSPT
Ruchita wanted to pick a profession that allowed her to give back and serve others. She opted for physical therapy. Ruchita has been practicing PT for over 14 years. She received her bachelor’s degree in India and practiced in the inpatient, homecare and outpatient setting. She decided to pursue a master’s degree, which brought her to Boston. She completed her master’s degree in Orthopedic PT from the Institute of Health professions affiliated to the Harvard Medical School. She then worked in the outpatient PT dept at MGH, followed by at the PACE program for the elderly. She is currently working as an outpatient PT at Winchester hospital. She also enjoys teaching and is a visiting lab instructor for PT students at a PT school in Boston.
Her interests are Orthopedics, Geriatrics, Ergonomics, and Sports PT among others. She enjoys working with people across all ages and from different walks of life.
Meet Martha Holland, PT, DPT, LMT, GCS
Martha has been in the health care field for over 25 years. She has a master’s degree in clinical exercise physiology from Northeastern University and a doctorate in physical therapy from Franklin Pierce University. She is licensed as a Physical Therapist and a Massage Therapist in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She has always been compassionate about health and wellness and put it into practice with people of various ages at rehabilitation settings including hospital, home-care and out-patient. Martha believes that by involving mind and body through manual and movement therapy, the outcomes will be better for longer-term health and wellness.