Collaborative Therapies

Mary Beth Curreri

Education

Mary Beth Curreri earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1986 from Northeastern University.

Therapeutic Skills and Professional Associations

Throughout her Physical Therapy career, Mary Beth has dedicated herself to the study of manual therapies which support the body's own capacity for healing. These techniques include myofascial release, craniosacral therapy, manual lymph drainage, and the modality most dear to her heart, Zero Balancing. This fondness for ZB led to certification in 1999 and eventual teacher training, which she completed in 2004.

 

She also practices and teaches Pan Gu Qigong, a gentle and meditative exercise which promotes a quiet mind and improved health and well-being.

 

She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Zero Balancing Health Association, Easton Chamber of Commerce, and is a Steward of Zero Balancing.

Quote From Mary Beth

“The best part of this work is that it affords the individual the ability to sink deep within themselves, to heal from their center, and to emerge refreshed, restored, and energized for the future.”

  Mary Beth Curreri

Modalities

  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Manual Lymph Drainage
  • Myofascial Release
  • Pan Gu Qigong
  • Zero Balancing
  • Cold Laser Therapy

Hours of Business

Monday - Friday
Days and evenings by appointment.


Schedule an appointment
508-243-0233

 

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Not only is Mary Beth a wonderfully intelligent physical therapist, but she is also a kind-hearted human being who will go to great lengths for your full recovery from any surgery, injury, illness, or pain you are going through physically and mentally.
S.G., Hanson, MA

 

Our ten year old daughter had been experiencing foot pain spanning a two year period due to growth issues combined with overuse. She had mixed results from traditional physical therapy elsewhere, but after one treatment session of Zero Balancing and Cold Laser Therapy with Mary Beth the pain disappeared and stayed away. Our family is so thankful to Mary Beth Curreri for putting our daughter back on the field.
Jackie E., Easton, MA