Anna Housman

Dr. Conor McClure, PT, DPT


Physical Therapist

PT Fieldwork Coordinator

Part of the Emerge Family since 2022

Conor has experience and training in:

  • Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD)
  • Strength and conditioning and sports-specific skill development
  • Orthopedic injury rehabilitation
  • Idiopathic toe walking
  • Working with children with diagnoses including Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, genetic disorders, torticollis, plagiocephaly, developmental delays, ASD, and sensory processing disorders

Conor received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2020. Growing up as the son of a special education teacher in the public school system, Conor’s calling to work with children became evident during his graduate education. From newborns to teenagers and beyond, he enjoys working with kids of all ages. Conor’s therapeutic practice is rooted in fostering confidence, resilience, creativity, and independence in kiddos. Additionally, Conor enjoys fostering a collaborative relationship with clients and caregivers, facilitating lifestyle changes when necessary, identifying and overcoming motivational and habit-forming barriers. He places emphasis on education, implementing a collaborative plan of care, and employing a personalized, goal-oriented approach. While adept at working with children across diverse age groups and conditions, he specializes in gross motor skill development, athletic growth, and physical fitness.

Conor attended Appalachian State University for his undergraduate schooling, where he studied classical piano and music industry marketing and promotion. At home, Conor lives with his favorite woman and their three fur babies, and he enjoys studying classical piano, powerlifting and bodybuilding, reading nonfiction, and video gaming! He’s also a fanatical Tar Heel and Denver Broncos fan!