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Elizabeth Lewis, PT, OCS, WCS

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I am a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, Board Certified Women's/Pelvic Health Clinical Specialist and owner, of Lewis Physical Therapy. My private practice is a physical therapist owned and operated practice with two locations, in Gloucester and Woburn.photo of Elizabeth Lewis Please contact me directly for further information, directions, or about Telehealth.

As my client, you will receive one-on-one sessions, which include a comprehensive evaluation and may in addition, include: manual (hands on) therapy, therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular re-education, therapeutic modalities and education on how to improve your condition, wellness and fitness. My pelvic floor work addresses an overactive or under active pelvic floor, which can cause any conditions involving pain or weakness. I also work with visceral and abdominal conditions including DRA, post-partum.

My focus is on helping you to help yourself. This is essential during the COVID-19 crisis, so that you can be treated with Telehealth, from the safety of your own home.

I specialize in women's health, such as the treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction. I also treat men, pre and post-prostatectomy. And with the addition of telehealth, I now also treat men for pelvic pain conditions. I can treat spinal dysfunction, sports injuries, and any other orthopedic conditions. In addition to my pelvic health certification, I am also certified in cold laser therapy and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. My practice includes many novel treatments and modalities, including but not limited to: rehabilitative ultrasound imaging, cold laser, percussion and IASTM. Ask about Telehealth. During the COVID-19 crisis, Medicare, BCBS and most other insurers are covering Telehealth.

Lewis Physical Therapy

Century Suites, 100 Trade Center
Suite G-700
Woburn, MA., 01801


East Main St.
Gloucester, MA 01930

Now offering Telehealth
978-761-3149 (p)    978-281-1508 (f)


I have been in practice for over 25 years. I received my BSPT from Boston University, in 1985. I am a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Academy of Pelvic Health, the International Pelvic Pain Society and International Continence Society. Through the APTA, I became Board Certified in Orthopedic Physical Therapy in 2004 and Board Certified in Pelvic/Women’s Health Physical Therapy in 2012, as well as receiving a Certificate of Achievement in Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy in 2008, through the Academy of Pelvic Health. I also integrate body-mind awareness training and pain science, for self care.

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