Complete Game 2017: A Look Back At An Exciting Year


If you’re like us, you’re wondering how 365 days could go by so fast! This was an incredibly busy year with milestones and new patients. Since it is almost time to turn the page to a new year, we are focused on what lies ahead and making 2018 as equally exciting as 2017.

In 2017, we celebrated our first full year in business and saw over 180 new patients. We built great relationships with these patients as we helped them return to the sports and activities that they love and we are still in touch with many of them. We continue to have strong connections with area doctors, trainers and coaches which are all great referral sources for our patients.

We work with many Youth Athletes and Youth Sports Organizations. We provided PT services and consulting for Boston Jr Rangers hockey program and provided free injury risk screening for many youth programs including Tewksbury Youth Softball, Nor’Easters Baseball, and Storm Lacrosse. We support many area sports programs including Tewksbury Youth Softball, Tewksbury High School Baseball, and Northern Essex Community College Baseball.

Greg continues to grow as a resource in community by writing a health column in the Tewksbury Town Crier every other week.

And most exciting of all…..we outgrew our current clinic!



Our new location will be opening at 1703 Middlesex St, Lowell, MA. This new, larger space near the Merrimack River will have new equipment and is in a very convenient location that is accessible from routes 3 and 495.


With our new Lowell location, we will continue to develop our relationship with Lowell Jr. Spinners Baseball and Mill City Volleyball. Being a great community supporter and attending events and establishing relationships with groups and organizations around Lowell.


Our focus on reducing the likelihood of youth sports injury continues  with our free injury risk assessments for area youth sports programs. We will also be continuing to develop our “Pitcher’s Arm Care Program” and “Annual Movement Check Up” programs.


We want to thank you all for being a part of our success in 2017! There is so much more for Complete Game in the coming months!

Greg Crossman