Dr. Gregory Patt
About Dr. Gregory Patt
Doctor Gregory Patt was raised in Bellingham and grew up playing soccer and lacrosse. He found his love for physical therapy after he broke his foot while in the second grade. He recalls his patient experience with physical therapy as fun and positive, and he knew that this is what he wanted to do when he grew up! During high school sports, the desire to become a physical therapist was further cemented. He graduated from Quinnipiac University with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2014.
Dr. Patt completed residencies at Emerson Hospital, St. Vincent Hospital, Marlborough Hospital, Pro Sports Therapy, and Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital. Prior to graduation, he interned with Professional Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine and was subsequently brought on staff.
Dr. Patt comes from a strong community-focused upbringing. The last several years, he and his family have been giving out a scholarship to a member of the Bellingham Girls and Boys Soccer Team during awards night. The scholarship is to help 2 students in furthering their education and following “the dreams that they have had since second grade”- as Dr. Patt did.
When not seeing patients, Dr. Patt likes to spend his free time having cookouts, going to concerts, playing soccer, and traveling-such as to the Dominican Republic and Ecuador. Each year, his family hosts a pig roast for family and friends. In the future, he would like to go to South Africa and go cage-diving with great white sharks!