Clough Sports Medicine & Performance

Sports Medicine & Performance

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Helping You Reach a Higher Level

Are you an athlete looking to compete at a higher level, or have a recent injury and are looking to get back to peak performance? Clough Sports Medicine & Performance offers personalized training that can be customized to your specific needs. Whether you are an elite athlete or weekend warrior, our highly-specialized sports therapists provide one-on-one training to help athletes of all abilities perform at their very best.

Our professionals are available to discuss injury recovery, create strength and conditioning routines, help you plan for an upcoming sports season, assess your readiness to get back to sports and so much more. After an initial evaluation, ongoing sports performance sessions can consist of supervised strength and conditioning exercises, hands-on treatments and training techniques.

Our therapists also work closely with our orthopedic specialists to continue recovery methods from injuries affecting the musculoskeletal system (muscles, joints and bones) such as:

  • Fractures
  • Dislocations
  • Sprains and strains
  • Shin splints
  • Repetitive use/overuse injuries

The private pay feature gives clients the freedom to see therapists as frequently or infrequently as they would like.

SCHEDULE YOUR EVALUATION TODAY!

To register for an evaluation, please complete this form. Once received, a sports performance therapist will contact you to schedule the appointment. Questions? Please email us at sportsmedicine@emersonhosp.org or call 978-287-8200.

Podcast

Listen to Emerson's Health Works Here podcast about the benefits active people can achieve when working with Clough Sports Medicine & Performance in this Health Works Here podcast.

 

Pursuing Athletic Dreams

10/8/2021
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

8/17/2021
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.

What Is Post-Concussion Syndrome?

4/2/2021
Learn more about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for post-concussion syndrome.

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Clough Sports Medicine & Performance

310 Baker Avenue
Concord MA

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