A Unique Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Experience
Cray Physical Therapy patients are a top priority when it comes to the physical therapy treatment programs that we offer. Our therapists have over 35 years of combined experience treating orthopedic and sports related injuries. We make sure our patients are evaluated and treated by the same licensed physical therapist they see on the first visit. Every treatment session is one hour in length and we always provide our patients with one to one care. Each physical therapist is trained to evaluate a patient’s condition in order to develop the perfect plan for recovery. Whether a patient is recovering from an injury, needs to reduce or eliminate pain, improve mobility and physical ability or just has questions. Our goal in mind is to be our patient’s resource for life. If you need physical therapy treatment, visit Cray Physical Therapy at one of our three locations; Braintree, Weymouth and Norwell, MA.
"Just a note to say how helpful and professional the people are at Cray PT in Braintree, the facility is great, easy parking and access and everyone pleasant and helpful. Highly Recommend !!!!!"
"Cray Physical Therapy is by far the best facility I've been to. The staff are all amazing as well as the receptionist."
"Cyndi is the best. Very knowledgeable and immediately puts you at ease. I would highly recommend."
"Cray Physical Therapy is amazing. They are always able to book me for an appointment, even when it is last minute. Cyndi is a miracle worker."
"I have been going to Cray for about a year! Cyndi Lucas is amazing! I’ve had some pain in my neck back and arms caused by arthritis and cyndi has helped me tremendously! Not only is she very professional she’s always coming up with new and helpful ideas to help me! Cyndi is the best!"
"I've been dealing with chronic lower back pain for the better part of two years. I've been going to Cray for the last 5 weeks and Mickey Golden, DPT, has been great. Mickey immediately diagnosed my issues and developed personalized exercises to get me back on track and feeling good.
I highly recommend them to anybody!"
Experiencing pain or discomfort?
Discomfort in the neck, upper and lower back is a common complaint of many patients at Cray Physical Therapy. One of the main reasons this is common is due to how frequently people are in one postion for too long. Whether on the phone, sitting at a desk, working on computers, manual labor or simply watching television. People stay in the same position for hours at a time, especially when working from home. This prolonged tension on muscles can lead to irritation and discomfort over time.
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We offer a range of physical therapy and rehabilitation services for patients. This is especially crucial at the onset of an injury.
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Now Open! Center for Pelvic Health
Cray Physical Therapy, a provider of outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitation, announced the opening of their newest location in Braintree; Cray Physical Therapy Center for Pelvic Health. The Center for Pelvic Health is located at 1681 Washington St. in the same building as the Cray Physical Therapy clinic, just directly across the hall.
“We believe that our one-to-one personalized care that we provide each patient allows us to design a unique physical therapy plan specific to our patients needs.” stated Cynthia Lucas, DPT, Clinical Director of the Center for Pelvic Health. “Our physical therapists understand how to assess and address certain pelvic dysfunctions that might make a patient feel embarrassed or vulnerable. They approach each patient with knowledge and compassion to help everyone feel calm and comfortable.”
Who Might Benefit from Pelvic Physical Therapy?
Pelvic Physical Therapy is recommended as a first line remedy for many disorders of the pelvic region.
It can help to address incontinence, pelvic pain, pre & postnatal dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse, endometriosis, interstitial cystistis, dyspareunia (pain with intercourse), pre & post-surgical abdominal care and more. Pelvic conditions are commonly associated with aging and/or childbirth, however they can also be closely related to illness, genitourinary conditions, gastrointestinal conditions, surgery, or musculoskeletal conditions such as chronic back or hip pain.
According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), roughly one out of every four (25%) of U.S. women aged 20 and older is affected by a pelvic floor disorder. Moreover, as the NIH reports, the frequency of pelvic floor disorders increases with age, affecting more than 40% of women from 60 to 79 years of age and about 50% of women 80 and older. Most women don’t receive treatment due to a lack of awareness, stigma, and inadequate access to pelvic floor physical therapists resulting in an average of more than six years before receiving care for certain conditions.