1.9 min readBy Published On: August 1st, 2011Categories: Features1 Comment

Bay State Physical Therapy 

Looks can be deceiving.  From the outside looking in the storefront of Bay State Physical Therapy, it appears small. In actuality, it stretches back an entire city block and houses 5 separate treatment rooms where the professionals of Bay State offer expert treatment with patience and compassion. 

Therapist and South Boston resident Tim Kiley opened Bay State Physical Therapy less than a year ago in January and offers amazing care that makes them standouts in their field of expertise. 

A slow hand and an easy touch

Patients never feel rushed or neglected at Bay State.  Therapists offer a minimum of 30 minutes of direct one on one attention.  Some patients even stay a full hour to work independently on their exercise plan.

Bay State Facts:

  • Bay State Physical Therapy is an outpatient orthopedic clinic that specializes in post surgical rehabilitation, sports medicine, and spinal pain.
  • They also offer outpatient services for neurological deficits like MS, Parkinson’s and decreased balance. 
  • One on one 30-minute sessions
  • Open Monday through Friday 7am-7pm
  • Tim Kiley is the managing director and clinical director
  • Tim has an undergraduate degree in Health Science from James Madison University in Virginia and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Miami, Florida.

Fun Facts about the man behind Bay State Tim Kiley:

  • Lives on East Broadway with his fiance Jen (their first date was at Salsa’s and it’s still one of their favorites.)
  • Southie resident since 2006
  • Has dog named Riley Kiley and can be seen walking Riley around Castle Island. 
  • Enjoys playing basketball, volleyball and watching the Red Sox.  Go Sox!

Bay State’s newest addition

Physical Therapist Nadia Daee.  Recent graduate of Northeastern University. 

So if you are in need of physical therapy and want excellent service from caring experts, you need not look any further than your own backyard.  Bay State Physical Therapy is Southie’s premier providers of physical therapy. 

It’s where all the cool kids go!

Bay State Physical Therapy

377 West Broadway – 617-752-4672

One Comment

  1. Peter Henshaw April 25, 2012 at 4:45 pm

    Looks like a great school to go to. Are there many Indiana physical therapy jobs available for your graduates? I think I need to pass this on to my niece!

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