CATZ Sports Performance Center and Physical Therapy 114 1st Ave, Needham, MA02494 CATZ Sports Performance Center and Physical Therapy would never refer to itself as a "gym." The goal at CATZ is to…More help people of all ages and abilities realize their athletic potential. It offers both small group training classes and one-on-one training services. It also offers a full range of classes for adults and children, as well as professional athletes. It has been in business at its 1st Avenue location for over 6 years. In 2010, CATZ began providing physical therapy services for injured adults, kids and professional athletes looking to recover as quickly as possible. CATZ believes it is important to support the local community; this includes working with local school sports programs and the Needham Youth Leagues.
Kennedy Brothers Physical Therapy 150 A St, Needham, MA02494 Kennedy Brothers Physical Therapy is a sports physical therapy practice founded by two brothers, Jake and Richard…More Kennedy. Opened in 1991, it is a premiere medical rehabilitation center that is up-to-date on the latest treatment technologies. Specialities include treatment of spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, foot and ankle injuries. Patients consist of both athletes and non-athletes, of all ages. Call for more information.
DeFazio Park recently underwent an extensive renovation and is now home to several first-rate athletic facilities.…More Baseball and softball players will find nirvana with Asa Small, a 60-foot diamond, and John McLeod Field, home to two 90-foot diamonds. Athletes in other sports will also find two multiple-use fields (complete with lights and a synthetic turf) and an eight-lane track.
Amenities at DeFazio include public restrooms and a picnic area with grills. Children can make use of the park's playground and shade can be found in the large gazebo. Dogs are permitted, but must be kept on a leash.
Henry T. Lane Rink 1191 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA02492 The Henry T. Lane hockey rink is part of the St. Sebastian's School athletic complex. The small Catholic school competes…More in the Independent School League and its hockey team uses this rink for home games.
Accurate Lines 50 Kearney Rd, Needham Heights, MA02494 Accurate Lines is a pavement marking service which assists parking lots, athletic courts and other local…More businesses. They ensure correct markings are made relevant to each company they service.
KidsStreet 71 4th Ave, Needham, MA02494 KidsStreet is a 7,000 square foot athletic facility which caters to preschool children. It provides a wide variety of…More activities, including gymnastics, music, classes in dance, sports, cooking, science and games, martial arts, theater, camp programs, birthday parties and more.
Centaur Floor Systems provides recreational, fitness and athletic flooring options to health clubs and similar…More businesses. For over 20 years, Centaur has also acted as a wholesale distributor, offering its clients products such as Boflex, FasTrack, Gymlastic, Plank & Tile, Rubberflex and Xtreme Court.
Centaur Floor Systems has a sales office in Needham.
Sports & Physical Therapy Associates 200 1st Ave, Needham, MA02494 Sports and Physical Therapy Associates is a physical rehabilitation center for patients throughout the Boston area. This…More office provides various therapy services for high school athletes, senior citizens and others. Treatment is available for computer-related injuries, musculoskeletal injuries and lifting-related injuries. The fitness program offers a wide range of exercises designed to prevent injuries. There are locations for this practice throughout Eastern Massachusetts.
Situated on 26 acres, St. Sebastian's School is home to over 350 students in seventh through 12th grade.…More William L. Burke III is the headmaster.
Established in 1941, the school focuses academically on the liberal arts and the classics. St. Sebastian's believes that "all young persons are fundamentally good, uniquely created and eager to be fully engaged in the learning process."
The school has a very competitive athletics program and produces two school newspapers, The Walrus and The Dart, as well as literary magazine The Quiver.
With stately Needham High School perched atop the hill beside it, Memorial Park offers a plethora of activities for…More those who visit. The recently renovated park often finds athletes utilizing the two baseball diamonds, as well as the multiuse synthetic field, all of which are lit up at night. During warmer months, live music is played at the park's gazebo.
As its name implies, Memorial Park also pays tribute to veterans through a granite monument, plaques and American flags. As one inscription reads, the park is dedicated to the "men and women of Needham who served the armed forces of our great country in all wars."