Synergy Physical Therapy Opens Clinic in Northampton

NORTHAMPTON — Jim Lyons and Bill Hogan have announced the opening of their new clinic, Synergy Physical Therapy, behind the Northampton Athletic Club on 39 Carlon Dr. in Northampton. The goal of Synergy Physical Therapy is to create a top-quality physical-theapy clinic and merge it with the health and fitness goals that Northampton Athletic Club has achieved, giving patients the best continuum of care on their wellness journey.

Lyons has been working in a physical-therapy clinic setting since 1996 with a focus in outpatient orthopedics. He is a graduate of Springfield College and American International College and is currently pursuing his doctorate in PT with a concentration in manual therapy from the University of St. Augustine. He has experience working with a variety of orthopedic and neurologic conditions in all age groups, as well as pre- and post-surgical patients. He is an avid runner and ex-collegiate swimmer. He has competed in two Ironman triathlons and uses his enthusiasm for sports and fitness to help patients return to a healthy lifestyle.

Hogan has 27 years experience. He started his career as an athletic trainer working with high-school, college, professional, and recreational athletes. Desiring to broaden his scope of practice, he acquired a master’s degree in Physical Therapy 17 years ago. He continues to believe that all his patients, old and young alike, are athletes at heart, and strives to maximize his patients’ functional needs while attending to their recreational needs. His specialties are sports medicine, orthopedics, and manual therapy. He has worked extensively with geriatric and spinal rehabilitations.

The clinic aims to help restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent or limit permanent physical disability. Synergy Physical Therapy is dedicated to the restoration, maintenance, and promotion of overall health, fitness and wellness. For more information, call (413) 727-3315 or e-mail info@synergypt413.com.

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