Physical therapy is a unique science and art utilizing a wide variety of procedures to restore function to the body, reduce pain, and prevent future injury. We are responsible for helping to put our patients’ lives back on course.Learn more about physical therapy.
Our team of orthopedic providers is focused on one thing, helping you live an active, healthy life. Whether you have a sports injury, joint pain, or another orthopedic need, we’re here to help you get active and moving again.Learn more about orthopedics.
Arthritis relief doesn’t always have to come from a bottle. Maintaining a healthy weight, exercising, and using special devices to help you get around also have an impact on your symptoms and overall quality of life with arthritis.Learn more about arthritis treatment.
The treatment of soft tissue neck and shoulder pain includes addressing the root of the problem. Posture is one of the most powerful tools to help relieve back and neck pain. We identify areas in need of improvement and teach you methods to relieve pain. Our goal is to provide the information and means to promote lifelong spine health.Learn more about back & neck pain.
Research has shown that pre-operative therapy can make a significant difference after surgery, speeding healing, and helping the patient achieve full recovery with full-range of motion. It also decreases the chance of post-operative complications.Learn more about orthopedics.
Pelvic rehabilitation is a specialized field of physical therapy focusing on issues surrounding the bladder, bowels, prostate, pregnancy, and pelvic pain. The bladder and bowels are controlled by different structures in the pelvis, including muscles. Other structures in the pelvis, like bones and ligaments can create pain in the pelvis, groin, or back as well. Specific examples you might seek pelvic floor physical therapy for include:
Physical therapy helps identify specific causes for your concerns and develop an individualized program to address these concerns.Learn more about pelvic floor rehabilitation.
Your temporomandibular joint is a hinge that connects your jaw to the temporal bones of your skull, which are in front of each ear. It lets you move your jaw up and down and side to side, so you can talk, chew, and yawn. Problems with your jaw and the muscles in your face that control it are known as temporomandibular disorders (TMD). But you may hear it wrongly called TMJ, after the joint.learn more about TMJ treatment
"For sophisticated and fine physical therapy and the warmest, most effective encouragement, you can't find better guidance than Pouzol Physical Therapy.
- Ansley T.
"I highly recommend Teri Carr, PT. She is an extraordinary physical therapist and caregiver. Her years of experience and constant continued learning make her an absolute expert. She is such an effective, caring person. She works with patients to find a plan that will work for them. She focuses on pelvic floor issues, including nerves in the pelvis. She is the only expert listed for the state of Maine for pudendal neuralgia. I'm so lucky to have her as my therapist.
The staff here is also excellent. Everyone is upbeat and helpful, from the owner (Doug) to the support staff (Katie). I’ll never go anywhere else for physical therapy! "
- Robin T.
"Teri Carr and the crew at Pouzol's Physical Therapy have been extremely helpful with dealing with my health issues. The Pelvic Floor therapy for my abdominal pain has increased my quality of life twofold. When I had back issues last year, Teri helped me with pre and post-surgery pain and recovery. The atmosphere there is a place of healing. The people are all friendly, and I consider them friends. I would recommend them to everyone, and come to think of it, I have.
- Tammy L.