A Different Kind of Clinic

“You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to be treated like one.” This has been Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC’s guiding principle since our founding.

For us, it translates into one simple approach: patient-centered, high-quality, individually designed treatment tailored to your unique rehabilitation needs.

+ Our Approach and Commitment

For us, it translates into one simple approach: patient-centered, high-quality, individually designed treatment tailored to your unique rehabilitation needs.

Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC is committed to helping our clients achieve their goals. Our goal is to enable our patients to regain function, improve pain, and improve their overall quality of life. “You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to be like one” is our motto. Our team has worked with numerous professional and Olympic athletes, but we offer the same level of service and treatment to all of our clients in Shrewsbury, Worcester, Clinton, and surrounding areas.

+ Our Belief

Driven by a belief in providing the highest level of physical therapy care and patient service, Jon DooleyMSPT founded Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC in 2002. Originally opening in Shrewsbury, the practice quickly grew and expanded to a second location at the Greendale Mall in Worcester, MA.

In the next few years, Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC established itself as a physical medicine leader in the Central Massachusetts and Worcester area. Additionally Greendale has been recognized nationally by winning “Honorable Mention” in the Advance Magazine for Physical Therapy and Rehab 2014 “Practice of the Year” contest.

+ Our History

Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC has a history of being progressive in the physical medicine arena. It was chosen to be part of the medical staff for the 2004 Rock and Roll Gymnastics tour which starting at the DCU center in Worcester MA. The tour featured members of the 2004 Olympic Gymnastics team.

Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC is involved in many community organizations in Worcester, Shrewsbury, and Clinton and participated in activities including Operation Wounded Warrior and provided physical therapy for the Worcester Wildcats football and the arena football team the New England Surge.

+ Leader in Therapy

Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC is a leader in clinical education of its team. Unprecedented therapist educational programs— Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC“U” and Training Day educational programs—help Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC team members stay true to the mission of providing the highest level of physical therapy care and patient service.

We use state of the art rehabilitation and physical therapy equipment, including functional equipment, treadmills, recumbent bicycles, weight assist machines, range of motion machines, and free weights.

At Greendale Physical Therapy, LLC we accept most insurance and offer affordable self pay options. We strive to make visits to our clinic as easy as possible, Greendale offers morning and evening appointments.

+ Our Locations

Worcester Clinic

120 Gold Star Boulevard
Next to Panera Bread
Worcester, MA 01606

T: 508–459-5000
F: 508–459-5900

Shrewsbury Clinic

280 Boston Turnpike (Route 9)
Shrewsbury, MA 01545

T: 508–753-7780
F: 508–753-7719

Clinton Clinic

145 Church Street
Clinton, MA 01510

T: 978–598-3155
F: 978–365-5600

Aquatics

75 Shore Drive
Worcester, MA 01606

T: 508–459-5000
F: 508–459-5900

News + Events

Greendale Physical Therapy’s Aquatics program is temporarily on hold, we should be up and running again soon!

Greendale Physical Therapy has been recognized by ADVANCE for Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation magazine with an “Honorable Mention” in their “Practice of the Year” contest. The contest is nationwide and included private physical therapy practices, rehab facilities, as well as home care. The contest was judged on 5 key metrics: customer service, practice growth, revenue growth, staff development, and how the practice elevated the public’s awareness of rehabilitation.

+ Articles

Do you know the difference between these three billing terms? Often times insurances are confusing! Do you know the difference between a copayment, coinsurance, and a deductible?  Here is a quick breakdown to better help you under stand your insurance explanation of benefits statements (EOB’s).
  • Deductible
    • A set amount for your individual insurance plan that you pay for healthcare services before your insurance begins paying.
  • Coinsurance
    • Coinsurance is your share of the costs of a health care service. It’s usually figured as a percentage of the total charge for the service. The amount will vary depending on the services rendered.
  • Copayment
    • A copay is a fixed amount you pay for a health care service when services are rendered.
Hopefully this has helped you to better understand the insurance language!

+ Lecture Series

Lifestyle Medicine for Reversing a World of Chronic Disease
a talk by Karen Kiver Patalano, MBA, RD, LDNCDE

Saturday, January 17th:
3:00PM – 4:00PM

It is imperative that we address the underlying causes of lifestyle-related diseases rather than superficially treating symptoms. Today, one in two Americans is either overweight or obese. It is well documented that lifestyle changes not only prevent but reverse chronic diseases.

Elite Training Principles for the Recreational Athlete
a talk by Dr. Matthew Kostek

Saturday, December 13th:
3:00PM – 4:00PM

Elite athletes have easy access to the most current and effective training strategies and methods as provided by their strength coaches, team physicians, and/or athletic trainers. Such resources assure they are applying credible and effective methods to their training program.