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High School Athletes

Injury Treatment

Dr. Conway treats and trains athletes from high schools all over Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware. He understands the demands of a collegiate athletic program and how important it is for each athlete to be able to perform at their highest level. That is why he develop the Accelerated Recovery System to help all athletes get back on the field as soon as possible.

In order to train at your highest potential it is extremely important that all restrictions, limitations and injury be removed so that you can optimize your bodies potential. A body free from restrictions and injury will allow athletes to concentrate on their sport, rather than their bodies.

Many times small nagging aches or pains can not only slow you down but can set you up for a major injury. Dr. Conway's unique examination and treatment protocols are designed to get you out of pain, remove all restrictions, and prevent reoccurring injuries through strengthening.

High Schools Athletes Who Have Treated/Trained at Conway Clinic

Abington Heights High School Dunmore High School MMI Prep High School Salisbury High School
Allentown Central Catholic E.L. Meyers High School Nanticoke High School Scranton Area High School
Berwick High School East Stroudsburg High School Nazareth Area High School Scranton Prep High School
Bishop Hannon High School Easton Area High School Nazareth High School Souderton High School
Blair Academy NJ Easton High School Neshaminy High School State College High School
Bloomsburg High School Elk Lake High School North Penn High School Stroudsburg High School
Boyertown Area High School Emmaus High School North Pocono High School Tunkhannock High School
Carbondale Area High School Ephrata Senior High School Northampton Area High School Valley View High School
Catasauqua High School G.A.R. High School Northwest Area High School West Scranton High School
Central Bucks High School Hanover High School Old Forge High School West Side Vo-Tech High School
Central Columbia High School Hazelton High School Parkland High School Whitehall High School
Coatesville Area High School Holy Cross High School Pittston Area High School Wilson Area High School
Conestoga Valley High School Holy Redeemer High School Pocono Mountain East High School Wyoming Area High School
Coughlin High School Jim Thorpe High School Pocono Mountain West High School Wyoming Seminar High School
Crestwood High School Lake Lehman High School Quakertown High School Wyoming Valley West High School
Dallas Area High School Lakeland High School Riverside High School
Dunmore High School Mathactan High School Sacaun Valley High School

Get an Appointment with Dr. Conway Today

Contact the office now to discuss a current injury or chronic pain, we'll get you scheduled for relief today.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:00 AM - Noon

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Tuesday:

Closed

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM - Noon

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 AM - Noon

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 AM - Noon

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I took a shot to my knee that caused my MCL to tear. I went to see Dr. Conway two days after it happened and he had me at full range of motion within three hours. Even through words I can't quite explain how much Dr. Conway's treatments have helped me. There is nothing like it anywhere else. He is the REAL DEAL!"
    Justin Sands Phoenix, AZ

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