We are open to see patients in the clinic as well as through Telehealth.

To Our Valued Patients,
We hope you and your families are all healthy.

On March 20, we made the decision to close our office due to the worsening health crisis. We did so with an eye on eventually reopening, not knowing when or how that would take place. We knew our patients in the interim would need a way to continue to receive the care they have come to AOST for, in a manner that was safe and appropriate for this challenging situation. We began to offer telehealth services, providing continued skilled physical therapy tailored to each individual’s needs. This allowed us to continue to work with our patients in achieving their goals and regaining optimum function.

While we were providing these telehealth services, we began developing guidelines and procedures that we would implement in reopening our office. We combined information from federal and state resources, including CDC, AMA, OSHA, EPA, APTA, and others to develop a comprehensive set of procedures to ensure patient and staff safety. These new procedures include: Screening of all patients and staff for symptoms, as well as any current health issues that would increase risk of infection Temperature checks upon entering the office Mandating use of face masks for all upon entering the office Use of personal protective equipment by all staff Enhanced sanitation procedures, including use of an EPA approved disinfectant Modification of appointment scheduling, limiting the number of people in our office at any given time.

With these and other enhanced procedures in place, we have reopened our office for treatment, and are currently scheduling appointments. For those who choose not to come to the office, we will also continue to offer telehealth sessions. To schedule an appointment for either in office or telehealth treatment, or if you have any questions, please contact our office at 978-452-3453. Appointment requests can be made on our Websites home page at the top left corner. You can find us at

Thank you for your continued support,
The AOST staff

Read what our Patients are saying about us.

  • Advance Orthopedic has been so helpful. I am truly grateful I had Miss Heather Jones as my Physical therapist too. She's down to earth. The whole team is approachable and very professional. Thank you so much for doing such a great job! I followed all the instructions and I can see I'm almost fully recovered. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    Mariella N.

  • I have been treated for several conditions requiring physical therapy at AOST for the past twenty years. Mitch, Mark and their staff are consummate professionals and always guide me through the recommended exercises. My most recent treatment was for a hip replacement and my recovery was remarkable under their care. I recommend them highly.

    Paul G.

  • I love this place - this is my second therapy round as I had been here several year earlier for a different injury My son and husband and a close friend have all come to advance orthopedic and to Mitch for physical therapy They are advanced, very patient and very methodical. Highly recommend Mitch and advance orthopedic!

    Masooma B.

  • I am extremely grateful for the help that Mark and his staff provided me with during my left labrum surgery. They were with me every step of the way, being friendly, and extremely helpful all through out! I couldn't of asked for a better team to of worked with me. Once again, thanks to Mark and his team, highly recommend these guys.

    Xavier F.

  • I am very happy with my decision to go to advance PT as Mitch was very good at working within my comfort level and ability during my post op recovery from an ACL reconstruction. If I ever need physical therapy again I'd go back there!

    Erin S.

  • Heather was fantastic at diagnosing the issues with my neck/shoulders and working with me to regain my range of motion and ease of movement. She also gave me tips for maintaining my abilities going forward. The entire team at Advanced Orthopedic and Sports Therapy is a pleasure to interact with. I highly recommend them.

    Loraine Z

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