Leah Clough

Biography

Treatment Philosophy

I believe in treating the whole person, not just the specific complaint that brought him/her to our office.” Leah makes use of adjunctive therapies, such as acupuncture, nutrition, physical therapy, hypnosis, and counseling when treating her patients. “I often see myself as much a ‘treatment choreographer’ as a pure clinician.

Professional Journey

“Ever since I was a little girl, I have been intrigued by all things medical.” Leah’s interest grew suddenly when she fractured her leg at the age of nine. The doctors and nurses who treated her sensed her fear, but also her curiosity. They took the time to explain everything they were doing and answered her “endless barrage of questions.” “I always loved the sciences; in school it was my favorite subject. I also knew that I wanted a career in which I could help folks in need and make a significant and positive impact on their lives. Medicine was the perfect fit.”

Education

M.S. – Physician Assistant Studies, University of New England

B.A. – Health Sciences/Psychology, Gettysburge College, Magna Cum Laude

Professional Certifications & Associations

NCCPA (National Commission of Certifications of PA’s0 Certified

Member, American Academy of Physician Assistants

Member, American Pain Society

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification

When not with my patients, I enjoy… reading, working out, being outside, traveling, and hanging out with my two daughters, Alexis and Madeleine, family and friends.”