Our Locations:

Boston, MA
Located in the Boston Athletic Club
653 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210
Tel: (617) 269-6262
Fax: (617) 269-1068
E-mail: bcpt@aol.com

Boston, MA
Located at Wave Health and Fitness at the Seaport Hotel
1 Seaport Lane, Boston, MA 02210
Tel: (617) 385-4543
Fax: (617) 385-4788
E-mail: bcpt2@aol.com

Hamilton, MA
Located in Patton Park Medical Center
40 Asbury Street, South Hamilton, MA 01982
Tel: (978) 468-4430
Fax: (978) 468-4220
E-mail: bcpt3@aol.com

Free Parking is Available at All Sites












Our Team


Judith D. Hershberg, PT, DPT, MS


Judy is a graduate of Boston University, Sargent College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, where she received a Bachelors and an Advanced Masters Degree in Physical Therapy, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy at Mass General Institute of Health Professions.  She has a focus on work-related injuries and performs Functional Capacity Evaluations and Ergonomic Assessments using the ErgoScience method. Prior to founding The Boston Center for Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine (BCPT&SM) Judy was the Director of Physical Therapy at Boston University Medical Center.  In addition to being the Director/Owner of BCPT&SM Judy is also a senior instructor for THERAPYED, a company that helps prepare graduating Physical Therapy students who are planning to sit for the National Licensure Examination.  She has also given expert testimony for litigation involving work issues including work dismissals and a client’s level of function as it relates to his/her job.  Outside of the office she enjoys vacationing in Mexico, world traveling, and golfing.

Declan Fennell, PT.

Jennifer Richard, PT, OCS.

Caitlin Courtade, PT,DPT.

Catherine Lane, PT,DPT,MS.,CEEAA

Karen Martin, PT

Kathy Shillue, PT, DPT,OCS

Henry Lee, MAOM,Lic.Ac. graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture with a master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and specializes in orthopedic acupuncture. He has over 15 years of experience practicing and instructing Chinese martial arts , including kunf fu, and da, and tai chi. His analytical abilities as a teacher and inherent curiosity directs his career as an acupuncturist where he continues to study both classical and modern medical  works to evolve his abilities as a clinician.