Cray Physical Therapy opens new location in Norwell

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Cray Physical Therapy recently opened its newest location at 495 Washington St., Route 53, Norwell.

Cray Physical Therapy currently has offices in Weymouth and Braintree.

The 1,500-square-foot office in Norwell will make available five therapy tables for personalized one-on-one care, plus a workout area featuring treadmills and exercise bikes.

Shawn Cray founded Cray Physical Therapy in 2009 with the goal in mind of bringing the highest quality of care possible to the South Shore. He uses a strong biomechanical approach to patient care while employing a diverse use of manual techniques to yield the best results. Among the specialty care offered by Cray Physical Therapy is a focus on back pain, dry needling, pediatric physical therapy, surgical rehabilitation, vertigo and sports training and conditioning. Cray graduated from Northeastern University in 2007 with a doctorate degree in physical therapy and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as well as an Advanced Clinical Education Instructor through the American Physical Therapy Association.

“I realized how vibrant this area is while attending networking meets up the road in Hanover,” said Cray. “Norwell and Hanover have a very community feel that I enjoy working in. I see this as a great opportunity to be a part of that community and get to know my clients better. Also, we have found many of our clients are extremely busy and looking for convenient evening hours, which we are pleased to offer.”

The Norwell location of Cray Physical Therapy will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, and Saturday by appointment.

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