Home Run Recovery for Varsity Athlete
When a three-sport varsity athlete was sidelined with an injured shoulder, he turned to Emerson’s experienced orthopedics and sports medicine teams to get him back in the game.
Junior Olympic Fencer’s “Secret Weapon” is Emerson’s Sports Medicine Program
“Athletes put a lot of strain on their bodies. With Emerson Sports Medicine and Performance on my team, I reach my goals — pain free and in top form,” shares a Junior Olympic fencer who recently got back in the game with help from Emerson therapists.
Injured Athletes Train Their Way Back to Competition
Our expert sports therapists are ready to provide customized physical therapy to help injured athletes get back in the game and reach their goals.
Lifesaving Care and Advanced Therapies Help Young Girl Recover from Stroke
“We knew our child was sick, but we did not know what we were dealing with. The Emerson ED team was there for us,” explains the dad of a young girl whose visit to the emergency department revealed a severe brain infection.
Swinging Back after Hip Surgery
Anybody who has tried to golf knows the importance of the hips. Learn how orthopedic surgeon Matthew Sloan, MD, solved a Boxborough man’s hip problem and got him back onto the golf course pain-free.
6 Amazing Benefits of Gardening
From warding off dementia to eating more healthfully, growing your own garden offers a surprising array of benefits for your body and mind.
Pursuing Athletic Dreams
Have you dreamed of running a marathon or hiking a tall mountain? Test your physical readiness with these challenges from Emerson’s sports performance physical therapists.
10 Common Activities to Avoid When Recovering from a Concussion
Unlike with other bodily injuries, it can be difficult to see the progress you’re making as you recover from a concussion. That’s why it’s so important to stick with the process and allow your brain time to heal.
5 Tips to Prevent Concussions During the Winter
New Englanders still find ways to work and play outdoors during cold weather, but slippery surfaces can increase the risk for head and neck injuries. Whether you’re having fun skiing or skating, or just trying to shovel your sidewalk, use these tips to protect yourself against concussions.
Tips for Exercising Outside in the Winter
Despite the cold temperatures, winter is a great time to get outside and exercise. Read tips from a student athlete and learn how to keep safe in the cold weather.