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  • Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance Promotes Matthew Haley, PT to Director of Education and Mentorship

    Published on February 4, 2020

    NORWELL, SCITUATE, QUINCY AND HANOVER MA: Physical Therapy & Sports Performance, a South Shore practice specializing in unique programs that provide comprehensive treatment in orthopedic, spine and sports medicine specialties, is pleased to announce that Matthew Haley, PT of Pembroke, Massachusetts, has been promoted to the position of Director of Education and Mentorship for the company.

    In his new role Haley will assist the staff in ongoing education and support. He will assist physical therapists in scheduling quality continuing education courses to expand their practice.  The courses bring in expertise in the field of physical therapy in order to help the therapists advance in their manual skills and clinical reasoning which in turn helps to grow programs that assist more patients in recovering from injury.

    Haley specializes in manual treatment, combined with therapeutic exercise to maximize healing and allow clients to return to function, in addition to spinal stabilization exercises and spinal treatment. He brings extensive industry experience to his role at Peak, having been a physical therapy practice manager and clinical partner in the past. Haley is a graduate of Northeastern University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy.

    Originally from Seekonk, Massachusetts, he now lives in Pembroke with his wife, their twin teenagers and family Chocolate Lab/Husky. Haley’s volunteer endeavors include medical coverage at the Boston Marathon and Half Marathon; the Pan Mass Challenge, providing massages to riders; medical coverage for the Baystate Games and for the Longso Classic Bike Race. Spare time enjoyment includes the great outdoors, mountain biking, cooking and activities with family.

    “Matt is a great mentor who uses an eclectic approach to patient care using treatments and philosophies from many different areas to treat each individual to their specific needs and to reach their goals. He does not believe all physical therapy is created equal or in a one size fits all approach and his love of physical therapy and sports make him a great role model to lead our education program,” said Eric Edelman, PT, owner of Peak Physical Therapy & Sports Performance.


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