Paul Ghostlaw ’90 and Beantown Physio offer free physical therapy to Boston Marathon bombing survivors
The bombings at the Boston Marathon in April 2013 killed three people and injured an estimated 264 others. Nearly 11 months later, survivors are still on the long road to recovery but one member of the Ithaca College family is helping them get there with less of a financial burden.
In the video below, Ithaca College PT graduate Paul Ghostlaw ’90 discusses the care he’s provided bombing survivor Michele Mahoney in the months since the attack.
Ghostlaw is the founder of Beantown Physio in Brookline, MA. Shortly after the attack he pledged that his business would provide free physical therapy to anyone injured in the bombings.
For more information about Beantown Physio and Ghostlaw's pledge, click here.