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DR. Sarah Marchionne


Sarah is a licensed and practicing Physical Therapist experienced and passionate about helping people recover from chronic and acute injuries. By tailoring treatments to incorporate individual lifestyles, she guides clients to discover balance within body and mind.

The practice embraces a holistic approach when assessing clients and creating individualized, multidimensional movement therapies.  Treatment style focuses on addressing the underlying cause of impairments, reducing pain and fostering ease within the body.  


Sarah has diverse inpatient and outpatient clinical experience treating a wide range of patient populations including: orthopedics, sports injury, post-surgical, geriatric, cardiovascular and psychiatric.  


Sarah completed her Doctoral Degree from Northeastern University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, has her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from New York University, is a graduate of Boston Yoga School’s Yoga Teacher Training and is a certified Master energy practitioner. She also received certifications in Integrative Coaching, SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) and dry needling providing her a unique treatment approach to overcoming physical and mental barriers to healing.  


As a nationally competitive equestrian for over 14 years, movement has always played an important role in Sarah’s life and gave her the opportunity to be a physical therapy patient on numerous occasions. She understands both physical and mental implications when working with clients rehabilitating from injury and pain. 


Sarah lives and practices in Boston, Massachusetts. While City life has shifted her interests from horseback riding and ice hockey to yoga, running, rollerblading and rock climbing, she loves to seek out new experiences through travel, food and engaging in her community.


  • Doctorate of Physical Therapy, DPT. Northeastern University, Boston, MA. 2019

  • BA in Psychology, Minor Chemistry. New York University, NY, NY. 2012.

Trainings & Certifications:

  • Physical Therapy Related:

  • Selective Functional Movement Assessment Certification (SFMA)

  • Bones, Tendons, Weights, and Whistles with Chris Johnson 

  • Level 1 Dry Needling (Structure and Function)

  • The Physics of Spinal Manipulation Certification

  • Mobilization of the Spine and Extremities; an Introduction to the Symptom-Based Approach Certification 

  • When Feet Hit the Ground Running Course Completion 

  • Soft Tissue Techniques for the Lower Quarter Certification with Katie Adams

  • Soft Tissue Techniques for the Spine Certification with Katie Adams

  • Yoga and Energy Related:  

  • ​Usui Reiki Master (soon to be Teacher) 

  • Kundalini Reiki Master Teacher 

  • RYT 200 Hour with Ame Wren (Boston Yoga school)

  • Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Brenna Matthews and Alex Bauermeister (YACEP) 

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