Dr. Pecci is a Sports Medicine Specialist with a background in Family Medicine. As a Primary Care Physician he has a very patient-centered approach to care. He believes in ensuring his patients fully understand their diagnoses and treatment options, and have time to ask all of their questions so they can make an informed decision about care. Dr. Pecci understands how injuries or illness can affect not only a patient's health, but also can have serious impact on them physically, socially and emotionally.
Dr. Pecci treats patients of all ages with all types of injuries and illnesses. He has a particular expertise in orthopedic and musculoskeletal issues, as well as medical aspects of sports medicine including concussion management, nutrition and training issues, and medical conditions, which can effect exercise and sports participation.
Dr. Matthew Pecci received his undergraduate degree from Boston College and his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He was a resident at UCLA Family Medicine Residency in Los Angeles, California and completed his fellowship in sports medicine at Ohio State University Sports Medicine Fellowship.
Dr. Pecci is board certified in both family medicine and sports medicine and has held academic positions as Clinical Instructor and Assistant Professor at Ohio State and Boston University.
He founded and worked as the Director of Boston University's Primary Care Sports Medicine fellowship as well as the Director of the sports medicine and orthopedic curricula for the Boston Medical Center Family Medicine residency.
Dr. Pecci served as the Director of Sports Medicine at Boston University coordinating and providing care for Boston University student-athletes. In addition under Dr. Pecci's direction, primary care sports medicine physicians from Boston University provided medical coverage for athletics at Boston College, MIT, UMass Boston, Emerson College, Pine Manor College and many Boston Public High Schools.
During his career, Dr. Pecci has covered many large-scale athletic events, including the Bay State Games, the Boston Marathon, AVP volleyball and U.S.A gymnastics. He also served as the medical director for several Boston area triathlons.
He has given many local and national presentations as well as publishing numerous peer-reviewed articles.
Dr. Pecci enjoys volunteering his time to help with sports medicine education and providing sports medicine care in the local community. He strives to have a positive impact on and be an integral part of the sports community in the area.
In his personal life, his greatest joy is his wife and three children. He enjoys playing basketball, golf and running, but currently gets his biggest sports thrill from coaching his children's youth sports teams. Dr. Pecci is a huge Boston sports fan and enjoys watching Red Sox, Patriots, Bruins and Celtics games with his sons.