44 School Street, Suite 350
Boston, MA 02108
Located on the Freedom Trail in Boston's Downtown Crossing/Washington Street retail trade area, Government Center becomes our 17th ProEx location, and our third in downtown Boston. There is convenient public parking within walking distance to our state of the art health and wellness facility.
This clinic is conveniently located on the corner of Province and School St. directly across from the historic Old City Hall. It's central location between the Park Street T Stop (Red Line) and the State Street T Stop (Orange and Blue Line), allows us to serve the physical therapy and sports medicine needs around the downtown area. Please contact us for more information on the new Government Center ProEx clinic or to set up an appointment.
Matt, Co-owner and Regional Clinical Director for ProEx Physical Therapy, received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University in 1997 and completed a two-year residency program in manual therapy. He is currently a candidate for full-fellowship in the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists. In 2008, Matt became certified by Workwell Occupational Health Systems to focus on the rehabilitation of the industrial work setting through functional capacity evaluations. He specializes in orthopedic rehabilitation, sports injuries and treatment of the spine. Matt has over 10 years of experience working with Professional, Collegiate and High school athletes in the field of physical therapy, and designing customized fitness programs, which he successfully demonstrated as Program Director of Baystate Sports Training, 2001-2005. While earning his degree, Matt pitched on the Husky baseball team, helping to lead the program to the NCAA Division I Regional baseball tournament his senior year. He then went on to compete professionally for a year in Holland. Matt plays an active role in the community, speaking on topics related to physical therapy and sports conditioning with local business groups and athletic organizations, as well as appearing as a regular guest lecturer at Northeastern University. In addition to his local appearances, Matt is currently a Teaching Assistant for the ProEducation Series at ProEx Physical Therapy, focusing on topics related to Medical Exercise Therapy and Spinal Conditions. Matt is a past member of the Woburn Rotary Club and holds current membership in the American Physical Therapy Association, the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists and the Massachusetts Private Practice Special Interest Group of the APTA, of which he sits on the group's Executive Committee. He was also recently appointed co-Chair of the Payment Policy and Practice Committee of the MA APTA. Matt's dedication to the field of physical therapy is exhibited everyday in the knowledge and training he provides to his staff and the personal attention and care he conveys to his patients.
Stephanie received both a Bachelor of Science degree in Rehab Science and her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern University. Prior to joining ProEx, Stephanie was a physical therapist with a private practice where she specialized in orthopedics. She has volunteered with For His Children, a physical therapy project performed in Quito, Ecuador . There she provided physical therapy related education to caregivers at an orphanage for children with special needs. Originally from Foxboro, MA, Stephanie now lives in Walpole where, in her spare time, she enjoys attending sports events, in particular Celtics and New England Patriots games.
Danica is a Physical Therapist at the Financial District and Government locations. Prior to joining the ProEx team she attended and graduated from Providence College with a degree in Health Policy & Management then went on to pursue her doctorate in Physical therapy graduating in 2017! In her spare time Danica enjoys running, the beach and spending time with her family.
Shannon Veillieux went to Western Carolina University and graduated with a degree in Biology. She is from Brookline, NH but is moving to Boston, MA. Shannon is a front desk specialist at the Government Center Clinic and when she isn’t working, her hobbies include running, watching movies, exploring new places and she enjoys volunteering for the relay for life. In the future Shannon sees herself going back to school and receiving her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.