Physical Therapy at Emerson Hospital
​​If you’ve had a sports injury, orthopedic surgery, neurologic injury or suffer from a degenerative condition such as arthritis, physical therapy (PT) at Emerson Hospital can help relieve pain, restore mobility, gain strength, and help you achieve the best-possible level of functioning.  

Our skilled, licensed physical therapists also help you learn about your condition, and teach you ways to manage it and prevent future injury. 

Members of our PT team have a wide range of specialty expertise, so a therapy program can be individualized to your unique needs. These specialty capabilities include:

In addition, members of our PT team also specialize in pediatric physical therapy, providing rehabilitation that’s tailored to the needs of young patients.​​

Not all of the above specialties are available at each of our locations. Please call 978-287-8200 to learn more.

If you already have an appointment for physical therapy, please download, print and fill out this health questionnaire.

locations

Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative & Sports Therapies – Chelmsford

73 Princeton Street
North Chelmsford MA

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Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative & Sports Therapies – Concord

310 Baker Avenue
Concord MA

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Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative & Sports Therapies – Mill Works

22 Town Farm Road
Westford MA

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Clough Family Center for Rehabilitative & Sports Therapies – Westford

133 Littleton Road
Westford MA

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