Barbell Therapy & Performance
We Help Athletes and Active Adults Move Better, Live Pain-Free, and Get Stronger Without Painkillers, Surgery, or Injections.
At Barbell Therapy & Performance in Concord, NH we love helping athletes and active adults move better, live pain-free, and get stronger without painkillers, surgery, or injections. We help active adults win back their lives by overcoming neck pain, shoulder pain, hip pain, sciatica, and more. Our services include physical therapy, sports physical therapy, dry needling, cupping, and more. We are privately owned and serve the needs of people in Concord, NH. We take pride in listening to you, personalizing your treatment plan, and giving you the attention you require to get back to an active lifestyle. Call today to get started today!
Concord () is the capital city of the U.S. state of New Hampshire and the seat of Merrimack County. As of the 2020 census the population was 43,976, making it the third largest city in New Hampshire behind Manchester and Nashua. Governor Benning Wentworth gave the city its current name in 1765 following a boundary dispute with the neighboring town of Bow; the name was meant to signify the new concord, or harmony, between the two towns.The area was first settled in 1659. On January 17, 1725, the Province of Massachusetts Bay, which then claimed territories west of the Merrimack, granted the Concord area as the Plantation of Penacook.: 107 It was settled between 1725 and 1727 and, on February 9, 1734, the town was incorporated as "Rumford." In 1808, Concord was named the official seat of state government. Construction on the State House concluded in 1819, and it remains the oldest U.S. state capitol wherein the legislature meets in its original chambers.Concord is entirely within the Merrimack River watershed and the city is centered on the river.