Concord, NH

Address and Hours

Mon: 8am-6pm

Tues: 8am-4:30pm

Wed: 8am-6pm

Thurs: 8am-6pm

Fri: 8am-5pm

Meet Our Team 
Walter "Chip" Larson
Northeastern University
PT, Cert MDT

Chip has been working as a physical therapist focusing mainly on orthopedic-based injuries and cases since 1999.  His treatment approach involves active patient participation and education, combined with sound functional therapeutic exercises and manual techniques designed to return patients to normal functioning of daily activities.

Chip is credentialed in mechanical diagnosis and therapy using the McKenzie Approach. This is a method of treatment that is internationally recognized in the treatment of back, neck and related extremity pain. McKenzie therapists closely evaluate and re-assess each patient, trying to identify a mechanical cause of symptoms. Once identified, a mechanical treatment program is implemented. The goal of the McKenzie system is for patients to gain an accurate understanding of their condition and to be able to perform active exercises to reduce and eliminate symptoms and recover function. He is also FMS (Functional Movement Screen) certified and SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) Level 1 certified through Functional Movement Systems.

Andrew Longley
Lydon State College and Husson University
DPT, CSCS, NSCA-CPT, BS (exercise science with focus in strength and conditioning)

Andrew has been a physical therapist working in outpatient physical therapy practices since 2013. He has worked with a wide array of patients ranging from; orthopedics, post surgical, neurological, vestibular, balance, athletics, and chronic conditions. His treatment approach combines manual techniques; instrument assisted soft tissue massage, myofascial cupping, dry needling, joint mobilizations, joint manipulations, and massage; with advanced exercise techniques that empower the patient to take control of their own health.

Andrew is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist, and personal trainer through the national strength and conditioning association. He has experience working with athletes for pre-season conditioning, and personal training clients for general health and weight loss. At Lyndon State College he taught college accredited; plyometric training and Olympic lifting courses.

Since receiving his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2013 he has taken many continuing education courses pertaining to the cervical spine, shoulder, and sacroiliac joint; as well as; soccer injury prevention and effective exercises for scoliosis. He has received certifications in dry needling, vacuum cupping therapy, and cancer exercise specialist.