Hallmark Health
Rehabilitation Services
101 Main Street, Suite 105
Medford, MA 02155

Hallmark Health offers a continuum of care with ImPACT (Immediate Post Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) baseline and post-concussive testing, a multi-disciplinary team approach with physician communication, athletic training and physical therapy to facilitate an athlete's safe return to play.


ImPACT Program

ImPACT is the most widely-used computer-based neurocognitive testing program in the world. It has become the standard tool in comprehensive clinical management of concussions, implemented effectively from high school to professional levels of sport.

Baseline ImPACT Testing

Baseline testing is a valuable tool in concussion management. It establishes the brain's 'normal' level of functioning. Hallmark Health Rehabilitation Services offer baseline testing for teams and individuals. Baseline testing can be completed within our clinic or at your school for larger teams. Please call 781-395-7750 to schedule ImPACT testing for your athlete or team.

Concussion Rehabilitation Program

Concussion Management requires a multidisciplinary team approach. Hallmark Health physical therapists are trained to individualize post-concussive exercise progressions for athletes. The rehabilitation program consists of a multi-stage progression addressing cardiovascular training, strength training, balance training, plyometrics and sports-specific movements to increase exercise tolerance without provoking concussive symptoms. Hallmark Health physical therapists will work closely with your athlete’s athletic trainer to ensure continued success towards safe return to play.

Community Outreach

Hallmark Health's Sports Concussion Program is available to speak to youth sports organizations, high school departments, coaches and parents about the signs, symptoms and management of concussions. Please call 781-395-7750 for more information. 

Massachusetts State Law-Certification Requirements

The state of Massachusetts has passed new regulations addressing Head Injuries and Concussions in Extracurricular Athletic Activities (105 CMR 201.000). The requirements apply to all public middle and high schools (6-12) subject to the official rules of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. Annual completion of DPH-approved training is required for all coaches, athletic directors, certified athletic trainers, volunteers, school physicians and school nurses, game officials, marching band directors, parents of athletes and students participating in extracurricular athletics.

Other Rehabilitation Services

The Department of Rehabilitation Services at Hallmark Health provides

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