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Bill Gregoire

Dr. Bill Gregoire, PT, DPT

Since first being exposed to physical therapy as an injured soccer player, Bill knew he wanted to pursue a career in therapy. Bill’s medical career officially began at the age of 18 where he worked as a paraprofessional in a school for Autism and broad-based developmental disorders leading up to his time in the Physical Therapy Program at Northeastern University.

While at Northeastern, his love for sports medicine led him to multiple internships with the New England Patriots where he assisted with both regular and off-season rehabilitation programs. Following graduation, he pursued his love for Orthopedics and Sports medicine in the greater Boston area, working at both the premier outpatient sports and spine clinic and as an inpatient therapist at New England’s sole, nationally ranked, Orthopedic only hospital.

Bill’s diverse work experiences have helped to shape his eclectic treatment philosophy which involves a whole-body approach to physical therapy and medicine, during which he combines his passion for manual therapy and functional movement with the latest evidence-based research to maximize each patient’s potential and unlock the inner athlete in all of us.

Over his years of practice, he has focused his advanced training in the areas including Manual Therapy, Functional Movement, Orthopedic and Sports Medicine, Graston® Technique/ instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, Trigger Point Dry Needling, and Ergonomics.

Bill enjoys treating a wide-ranging patient population with a focus on orthopedics and sports medicine, pre/post-surgical, work-related, chronic injuries, sports performance, and personal training.


  • Doctorate in Physical Therapy Northeastern University 2008
  • Bachelors in Rehab Science Northeastern University 2007


  • Graston Level I and II
  • Trigger Point Dry Needling
  • Select Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
  • Matheson FCE
  • FMS


  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation
  • Manual Therapy
  • Sports Medicine
  • Medical Exercise
  • Pre- & Post-Surgical
  • Musculoskeletal Pathology & Dysfunction
  • Sports Performance
  • Functional Movement
  • Chronic/ Overuse Injuries
  • Work Related Injuries