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LifeClinic of Burlington, MA

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Restore, maintain and optimize your body.

Thanks to our joints, muscles, and soft tissues, we’re able to do various tasks and activities every day. But sometimes, an accident, ailment, or repetitive job might hurt these parts of the body. A painful joint, muscle, or soft tissue can keep you from moving, working, or exercising optimally. Moreover, they might affect other bodily functions like concentration and bowel movement.

Musculoskeletal injuries and conditions cause different symptoms, ranging from mild pain to chronic dysfunction. By treating these symptoms, you can feel better, move properly, and continue your activities without unnecessary pain and discomfort.

LifeClinic of Burlington offers care that restores, maintains, and optimizes human function. We’ll help you manage your condition with chiropractic treatment, physical therapy, and rehabilitation therapy. Through any of these services, you can work towards optimal health and function. Our chiropractic and physical therapy clinic conducts different treatments for back pain, extremity pain, arthritis, and other musculoskeletal conditions.

Burlington, MA Chiropractic Services

Neck & Back
Neck & Back
Headaches
Headaches
Shoulders & Arms
Shoulders & Arms
Hands & Wrists
Hands & Wrists
Hips
Hips
Feet & Ankles
Feet & Ankles
Hips & Knees
Hips & Knees
Athletic Performance
Athletic Performance
Work & Auto Accidents
Work & Auto Accidents

Burlington, MA Physical Therapy

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy can help you move affected joints properly and address aching muscles and soft tissues. We can restore, maintain, and optimize human function through different forms of therapy. Our manual therapy techniques include adjustments and strengthening exercises.

Exercise Program

Your treatment plan may also include specific exercises for your condition, from range-of-motion to conditioning exercises. The exercises we’ll recommend will help you strengthen muscles and improve imbalances. Moreover, these exercises can help address pain and performance issues. 

Traction Therapy

Traction therapy helps ease pressure on your spine so that it becomes aligned and heals faster. We can perform this treatment to resolve sciatica, herniated discs, and other back problems. With traction therapy, your back can go back to performing optimally.

Passive Therapy

In passive therapy, we use precise techniques to address musculoskeletal conditions and injuries. Treatments range from hot and cold therapies to electrical stimulation. These modalities help us minimize your pain, treat your affected body part, and restore its function.

Patient Education

Along with active and passive therapies, we’ll recommend helpful ways to improve your health and avoid reinjury. You’ll learn everything from doing specific exercises to using assistive devices. Plus, we can recommend changes in activities or work routines.

Burlington, MA Rehabilitation

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy involves various treatments that address the restricted movement of your joints, muscles, or soft tissues. Our therapies will help you move properly and ease your pain.

Occupational Therapy

In occupational therapy, you’ll relearn how to perform daily tasks. We can help you work on your motor skills, balance, and other aspects so you can resume your daily activities.

Nutritional Counseling

We can help you develop healthy habits while you recover, too. Our team will look into your condition, then recommend a specific diet and exercise program for you.

Pain Treatment

Our physical rehabilitation services also focus on treating bodily pains. We’ll provide relief with hot and cold therapy, traction, massage, acupuncture, and other passive treatments for your pain.

Assistive Devices

As the name suggests, assistive devices help you perform simple motions and tasks. We use a wide range of these tools for rehabilitation, including crutches, canes, and walkers.

Burlington, MA Special Services

Dry Needling

Dry needling therapy addresses pain and limited mobility. It targets trigger points, easing your discomfort and your tight muscles.

Cupping

Cupping therapy offers several benefits. It can help soothe achy and inflamed tissues, improve circulation, and more.

Blood Flow Restriction Therapy

This therapy stops blood flow to any extremity as you do light exercises. It can help with muscle mass.

Normatec Compression

Normatec compression therapy can help your muscles heal quickly and reduce body aches. Plus, it can relieve tight muscles.

Conditions We Treat

Arthritis

Arthritis is a condition that inflames your joints. It has over 200 types, including osteoarthritis. Arthritis comes with different symptoms like hurting and stiff joints, fatigue, and fever.

Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a form of arthritis that causes body pain. It can also make you more sensitive to pain, affect your sleep, and give you headaches, among other symptoms.

Repetitive Stress Disorder

A repetitive stress disorder is any injury you can get from performing tasks repeatedly. Carpal tunnel syndrome, bursitis, and tennis elbow are examples of repetitive stress disorders.

Back Pain

Back pain affects your upper or lower back. However, it may also occur in other parts of your body. Injured muscles and medical conditions can cause back pain.

Tension Headaches & Migraines

A tension headache occurs in your head, scalp, or neck and contracts their muscles. Meanwhile, a migraine triggers sharp pain on either side of your head.

Meet the Team

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Dr. Donald Levin

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Donald Levin graduated from Bridgewater State University and received his Doctor of Chiropractic from National University of Health Sciences. He has been serving patients in the Burlington, Middlesex County, and Northshore area for three years. Dr. Don was inspired to become a chiropractor while growing up his father had a long chronic battle with low back pain. He still sees him now struggle with his pain daily. This has always been his inspiration to become a chiropractor. He was about 8 or 9 years old when he decided that he wanted to go into sports medicine. He thought he always wanted to work with a professional sports team. As he continued his education it was clear to him that a setting like LifeClinic was exactly what he wanted to do.

Dr. Don enjoys watching the progress and growth of his patients. It is exciting for him when he retests his patient’s movement patterns at the end of the visit to see a change in the right direction. It is even more of a win when the same patient comes back the next visit and he can see that the progress held. Dr. Don has a particular interest in strength and conditioning (program design), he is a previously certified personal trainer through National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), previously certified in ART, in TPI, NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist, NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist.

 

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Dr. Corey Samuelson

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dr. Corey Samuelson graduated and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from UMass Lowell. He has been serving patients in the Burlington, Middlesex County, and Northshore area for over seven years. Dr. Corey was inspired to become a physical therapist ever since he can remember. As a young athlete, he was constantly injured. He met a phenomenal Physical Therapist who amazed him with the answers to all his questions as well as the correct plan of care to get him back on the field. Immediately Dr. Corey wanted to follow the ways of his doctor, and help people return to what they love to do. He enjoys that he can provide direct effectiveness to areas that can immediately change an individual’s movement pattern and create opportunity for long term solutions.

Dr. Corey has particular interest in working with athletes of all sports including soccer, basketball, football, hockey, lacrosse, baseball, volleyball, golf, CrossFit, running, swimming, cycling, and triathlon. His clinical interests are orthopedic manual therapy, ACL reconstruction, shoulder impingement/dysfunction, ankle sprains/fractures/pathologies, lower back/pelvic dysfunction, and breathing dysfunction. He is certified in strength and conditioning (CSCS), systemic dry needling (SDN), blood flow restriction training (BFRT), instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), cupping, North American Orthopedic Manual Therapy (Level 1), trained in Postural Restoration (PRI), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Nationally and Massachusetts registered Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT). Life Time and LifeClinic are a true home for Dr. Corey. To live a healthy way of life is part of him and he is ecstatic that he can share and help this community.

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Dr. Matthew Dorsey

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dr. Matthew Dorsey graduated and received his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Daemen College. He has been serving patients in the Burlington, Middlesex County, and Northshore area for four years. Dr. Matthew was inspired to become a physical therapist after a soccer injury his senior year of high school. He received physical therapy in hopes of a recovery and to return to his soccer team before his season ended. His experience with physical therapy brought to light what physical therapists do and how much of an impact they have on healing and recovery, as well as their ability to take the medical model a step further into optimization and injury prevention.

He enjoys that ‘lightbulb’ moment that happens when a patient sees the results of their sessions and understands how their body is changing and positively adapting. Dr. Matthew has a particular interest in working with athletes due to his athletic background of soccer, hockey, lacrosse, and golf. He has a passion for sports optimization and restoring proper kinematics. Since graduating in 2016, he has taken various continuing education courses to further his abilities in dry needling, cupping, IASTM, taping and postural restoration.

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