Hi I'm Dr. Byron Hartunian, I've been a practicing orthopedic surgeon on the active staff of Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, a Harvard teaching hospital, for over 40 years. I have been working with Performance Physical Therapy in Chelsea as an orthopedic consultant for almost 10 years. I have been impressed with the quality of care offered by this clinic and the positive outcomes they have achieved for their patients. From staff to therapists, the welcoming friendly nature of this clinic is obvious. They go out of their way to make patients feel comfortable and to understand the treatment modalities applied. The documentation of treatment is of the highest quality. For any of your physical therapy needs, I would highly recommend Performance Physical Therapy in Chelsea. You will not be disappointed.
Dr. Byron Hartunian
My name is Patrick Evans and I work as a physician assistant in orthopedics. I send my patients to Performance Physical Therapy. The staff is extremely welcoming and makes everyone feel comfortable and the Physical Therapists produce outstanding results for my patients. From overuse injuries to post-operative rehabilitation, patients achieve optimal results.
I’m Sasa Periskic, MD with Boston Pain Specialist based in Melrose MA. Our practice is largely focused on back and spine pain, with many of our patients having sustained work-related injuries. Our patients almost always benefit from physical therapy in addition to the treatments and injection techniques we offer. There are many physical therapy practices to choose from, but we prefer sending our patients to practices that will accommodate them quickly and have great outcomes. We have worked with Performance Physical Therapy for many years with excellent clinical results and happy patients. We do not hesitate to recommend Performance Physical Therapy to our patients.
Sasa Periskic, MD
In my experience, Performance Physical Therapy in Revere has a friendly, professional staff; the facility is bright and clean, and they are also fluent in Spanish and Italian.
E. Brady, MD