Marathon Physical Therapy logo
Massachusetts Clinics: Newton | Norwood | Dedham | Norton | VelocitySP | Canton | Easton| Boston| Pembroke/Marshfield
login button
Request an appointment


Immediate Openings

If you are interested a rewarding career and in being part of a successful, dynamic organization, Marathon Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine frequently has opportunities available for skilled, energetic, service-oriented candidates interested in promoting their mission, “Keeping You Well Throughout the Race of Life.” At Marathon you will work in an environment that encourages teamwork, dedication, involvement in outreach opportunities, and a progressive career path. You will find all the resources needed to support you in your professional development. Currently accepting inquiries for the positions listed below. Please click the links for position details and to submit your resume.

About Marathon Physical Therapy

Marathon was recognized in Today in PT as the Dream Job in Boston - 2008 (see posting below):

The Job: PT at Marathon Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, a rapidly growing Boston-area premier provider for orthopedic rehabilitation and wellness.

Why this is a dream job: Marathon recognizes the value of teamwork while encouraging personal and professional development.

Types of patients and injuries you would work with: Dancers, runners, cyclists, triathletes, and high school and college athletes. PTs also provide perinatal care, and pre- and post-op rehab for orthopedic and pelvic reconstruction surgeries.

Word on the street — what your colleague has to say about this employer:

Three years ago I joined Marathon as an aspiring new therapist interested in sports medicine. Since that time, Marathon’s continuing education program has allowed me to pursue an advanced certification in manual therapy, and their performance enhancement programs have given me the opportunity to work with and treat various endurance athletes. Marathon’s dedication to the field of PT extends beyond their sports medicine involvement, as evidenced by their commitment to women’s health and community outreach,” says Jonathan Banz, PT, OCS.

What you could do for fun if you lived here: Enjoy professional sports, live theater, musical performances, fine dining, and a multitude of recreational pursuits.

“I have enjoyed our clinical relationship with Marathon for many years now. Jessica continues to guest lecture for me and is always very accommodating to our students. I have nothing but positive remarks and experiences to share about Marathon PT.”

Keith W. Hallbourg, PT, DPT, MS
Clinical Assistant Professor
Graduate Coordinator of Physical Therapy
Director of Clinical Education
University of Massachusetts Lowell

Website by Massachusetts Communications