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Joint Ventures - Kendall Square

Next Availability: Tuesday, 05/21

356 Third St

Cambridge, MA 02142

35.07 mi. away

Joint Ventures - Downtown

Next Availability: Tuesday, 05/21

4 Water St

Boston, MA 02109

35.20 mi. away

(18)

Joint Ventures - Prudential

Next Availability: Tuesday, 05/21

800 Boylston St

Boston, MA 02199

36.15 mi. away

(6)

Joint Ventures - Kenmore Square

Next Availability: Tuesday, 05/21

654 Beacon St, 2nd Floor

Boston, MA 02215

36.17 mi. away

(53)

Joint Ventures - Brookline/Allston

Next Availability: Tuesday, 05/21

1079 Commonwealth Ave

Boston, MA 02215

36.33 mi. away

(45)

Professional Physical Therapy

110 Haverhill Rd

Amesbury, MA 01913

1.95 mi. away

(2)

Professional Physical Therapy

21 Hampton Road

Exeter, NH 03833

8.16 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy

389 Main St, Unit C

Haverhill, MA 01830

9.07 mi. away

Professional Physical Therapy

3 Ferry Street, Suite F

Haverhill, MA 01835

9.50 mi. away

(9)

Professional Physical Therapy

64 Portsmouth Avenue, Suite 5

Stratham, NH 03885

10.38 mi. away

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Joint Ventures - Kendall Square
Joint Ventures - Downtown
Joint Ventures - Prudential
Joint Ventures - Kenmore Square
Joint Ventures - Brookline/Allston
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Direct Access makes self-referral for physical therapy easy in Massachusetts.

Here are the Direct Access laws in Massachusetts, as described by the American Physical Therapy Association:

Massachusetts is one of 18 states that allow patients total, unrestricted access to physical therapy. That’s one of the greatest benefits of direct access for physical therapy: No type of physician referral is required for a physical therapist in Massachusetts to treat a patient.

With direct access physical therapy in Massachusetts, if the physical therapist feels that the patient’s care goes beyond the physical therapy scope of practice, or if physical therapist is contraindicated, the therapist must refer the patient to an appropriate licensed practitioner.

If the patient was referred to physical therapy in Massachusetts, the physical therapist must communicate with the licensed referring practitioner throughout duration of treatment.

The PT must also disclose to the patient any financial interest if the referring physician derives income from the physical therapy services in Massachusetts.

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Direct Access lets you self-refer for physical therapy. No prescription required.

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