Wellness Medical Center - Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
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Fall is a season of change here in Boston.  This fall, we've had some exciting new changes at Wellness Medical Center, including the addition of new staff and the launch of our new monthly patient newsletter, Your Wellness!

Your Wellness!
is written to keep you informed about our clinic, the latest in physical therapy news, and health tips to keep you on the path to wellness!

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Meet Wellness Medical Center's New Physical Therapist, Allison Goodman-O'Rourke

Allison Goodman-O'Rourke, M.S., P.T. Wellness Medical Center is pleased to announce the hiring of physical therapist Allison Goodman-O'Rourke, M.S., P.T.

Allison Goodman-O'Rourke began her medical career as a rehab aid in 1988.  Goodman-O'Rourke is a graduate of Simmons College in Boston and earned her masters degree and certification in physical therapy in 1995.  With a special focus in orthopedics, Goodman-O'Rourke has worked in many different roles as a physical therapist, from working in home care and hospitals to managing a clinic.

"I'm thrilled to be a part of Wellness Medical Center," said Goodman-O'Rourke.  "I've been a physical therapist for almost 15 years. The best part of my job is working closely with patients and knowing that I'm helping make their lives better," said Goodman-O'Rourke.  "Wellness Medical Center shares my philosophy of always putting the patient first and making sure the patient's rehabilitation experience is as positive and successful as possible," she added.
Injured in a Car Accident? Here's What You Need to KnowHurt in a car accident? Call your physical therapist.

Getting to work or school, picking up groceries, visiting our family and friends--we depend on our cars everyday.  Unfortunately, with that much time behind the wheel, automobile accidents are almost as having to rake leaves in November. 

If find yourself hurt after an accident, the most important thing is don't wait to get medical help.  Even if your accident occurred at slow speeds, it is important to be examined by a medical professional such as a physical therapist as soon after an accident as possible. Injuries like whiplash might not show symptoms for hours, days, or even longer. You might be injured and not even know it.

The longer you wait for treatment after you are injured, the longer it will likely take to recover. Most medical professionals agree that the first 72 hours after an accident are the most critical time for effective treatment.

Seeking prompt medical treatment after an accident might also help preserve your rights during any subsequent dispute or legal matter with another driver or insurance provider.

In most cases, treatment for injuries from an auto accident will cost you nothing out of pocket, even if the accident was your fault or you do not have private health insurance. You do not need a referral from your primary care physician to visit a physical therapist after an auto accident.

If you have been in an accident, contact Wellness Medical Center. Our friendly office staff will help take care of your paperwork and our caring doctors and therapists will make sure you get the treatment you need.
January 2010
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Wellness Medical Center - Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

Visit Our New Website!

Wellness Medical Center offers patients the latest physical therapy and techniques and exercise equipment.  It was about time we updated our site to match our state-of-the-art services.  We hope you enjoy our new look online.  Visit us at www.boston-physical-therapy.com 
Wellness Medical Center
1458 Dorchester Avenue
Boston, MA 02122
Phone (617) 282-8700

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