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We get you back to you.

Using specialized physical therapy techniques we'll work together to

get  you back to doing the things

you enjoy most. 

About Adam Field


"Taking long walks with my wife has become fun again." 


This statement from a client gets to the heart of my goals for you!

My name is Adam Field and, when I entered the profession of physical therapy, I was already in my late 30's. I had done some living.  In Boston, I studied massage and body work. In theater school, I studied movement and developed a deeper awareness of the importance of posture.  

When I became a physical therapist, I served as director of PT for a subacute rehab facility and went into peoples' homes, addressing safety and strength issues with seniors trying to maintain their independence.


Our Services

Throughout Adam’s extensive training and experience he has embraced the successful philosophies and practice of myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, deep tissue massage, and joint/soft tissue mobilization. He understands that individuals develop chronic pain as a result of injuries, poor body mechanics and postural habits, and that we typically do not find lasting relief unless the soft tissue that restricts motion is properly treated and released.

Myofascial Release

Results in "releasing" the painful movement and tightness in regions that have been affected by trauma, adhesions, and postural habits. 

Craniosacral Therapy

Benefits are seen in improved ability of the spinal nerves to transmit signals resulting in improved energy, reduced pain and increased feelings of well-being.

Deep Tissue Massage

Therapist applies sustained pressure to deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue with goals of breaking up scar tissue, promoting blood flow and reducing inflammation.

Soft Tissue Mobilization

Hands-on technique for treatment of muscle, tendons, ligaments and nerves with aim of improving the mobility of stiff, immobile soft tissues and those with poor circulation due to inactivity or increased tension.

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