302 West Main Street, Suite 204, Avon, CT 06001

Phone: 1-860-679-0430

Fax: 1-860-679-0431

61 Maple Avenue, Suite 2, Canton, CT 06019

Phone: 1-860-352-2463

Fax: 1-860-352-8247

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Since opening our doors to patients back in 2005, Magna Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Center has been a leading orthopedic and sports medicine rehabilitation facility  for patients in the Canton, Avon and the Farmington Valley Area.

Although  physical therapy is our core offering, we understand the importance of physical fitness and wellness programs for everyone, of all ages, in our community.


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Personalized Care and Guidance

Magna Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine Center offers specialized programs such as Dance Medicine, Golf Medicine and Sports Medicine. In addition, we offer services such as: Massage Therapy, Pilates, Nutritional Counseling, Personal Training, Vestibular and Balance Training.

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Call and schedule an appointment with a member of our therapeutic staff today and see what they can do for you!



November 7, 2018

Fascia is a type of tissue that interconnects your muscles, tendons, bones, ligaments and even surrounds your organs.  It is possible to have adhesions ("knots") within your muscle fibers AND between the fibers and fascial layers.  In other words, one muscle's tightness can create pain and problems in a different area of your body.  If your hamstrings are tight, the fascia will pull on your calves and the bottoms of your feet (plantar fascia) causing tension.  Fascia is a continuous interconnected chain that runs from the top of your head all the way down to your toes!


November 10, 2018

Our Registered Dietician, Shana Cerullo RDN DC-N, has these tips to help you integrate veggies into your diet!

1) Massage strong-tasting greens like kale or cabbage before eating them raw to remove some of the bitter taste.

2) Sweeten your veggies by adding sliced apples, pluots, or oranges to your green salad!

3) For dessert try making your own cocoa-dusted almonds. Simply toss almonds with unsweetened cocoa powder and a little bit of coconut oil and bake until toasted for about 5-10 minutes. This sweet treat is sure to satisfy your chocolate craving!


November 12, 2018

Imagine your abdomen as a cereal box: the bright picture in the front, the nutrition facts in the back, the opening on the top, and the solid base.  The four "sides" of your core are: the Transverse Abdominis (front cover), the Lumbar Multifidus (back), the Diaphragm (top opening) and the Pelvic Floor (the bottom support).  Just as flimsy cardboard becomes stable when pulled tight, your body (especially the spine) gains stability when each of these "sides" is activated in coordination.  Not only will this exponentially help with higher level sports (like a pirouette in ballet), the core is crucial to any movement requiring standing on one leg (think kicking a soccer ball, or climbing stairs)!


Avon Office

Monday: 7:30 - 7:00

Tuesday: 7:30 - 5:00

Wednesday: 7:30 - 7:00

Thursday: 7:30 - 7:00

Friday: 7:30 - 5:00

Saturday: 8:00 - 12:00 (November - March 7)

Canton Office

Monday: 7:30 - 5:00

Tuesday: 7:30 - 6:30

Wednesday: 7:30 - 7:00

Thursday: 7:30 - 6:30

Friday: 7:30 - 5:00

Our Physical Therapy and Wellness Newsletter is a concise resource for everyone. It provides practical insight for an all around healthy lifestyle and how the latest in medical science makes a difference in your life.

Our Dance Medicine Newsletter is a great resource for dancers, parents, and teachers. It features updates on dance health information and current findings in dance science research, as well as community dance spotlights.