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Welcome Back!
We are open to welcome back Massage, Pilates and Neuromuscular Therapy clients to The Abbott Center! To prepare for your next visit, please take a moment to review our safety protocols.

(Please note that the instructions are different for each service, so please choose accordingly.)

Our rates have changed. Please click here for Pricing.

Therapies and Exercise for Relaxation, Rejuvenation & Pain Relief

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If you can’t get the time you want, call or email the office. Overrides and additional scheduling may be available.

Please Note: We no longer accept Spafinder cards.

Tower Class Trio!

Try a fun and varied new offering for Abbott Pilates! A Tower Class is a combination of Mat Work and Tower Exercises.

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Pilates 3-Pack Special!*

Save $60 when you book a 3-pack of classes with Diane

Stott Pilates® teacher with over 20 years experience! Email us to book your 3-pack today. *Introductory offer for new clients only.

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The Abbott Center began in 1991 as a private practice dedicated to the hands-on treatment of chronic pain. Inspired by a childhood desire to help patients with diseased muscles lead a more normal life, Christina Abbott is fulfilling her dream through her thriving treatment center.

Although Neuromuscular Therapy is the focus of The Abbott Center, the gifted staff offers a wide range of services to promote well-being for those who are healthy as well as to support those who are learning to manage their chronic pain, muscle tension, and stress.

Come visit us.

On Route 109 in Westwood, we’re close by.

The Abbott Center is convenient to residents of Dover, Dedham, North Walpole, Norwood, South Needham and Medfield as well as Westwood.

Located a half-mile off Rt 128 in Westwood, The Abbott Center is highly rated in Metro Boston and Massachusetts for excellence in all services.

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We love this. "I bend so I don't break."
We've been seeing so many of you with stiff tight bodies. Mostly from sitting at a computer for hours. You've got to bend so you don't break. Ideally, you should step away from your computer every hour and bend, move your body around in all directions, breathe and drink some water.
If that's not happening just bend! Bend over your knees, bend to each side, twist your body around, breathe breathe breathe.
Bend, so you don't break.