Do you love exercising but find you are experiencing hip or pelvic discomfort or urinary incontinence? If you want to exercise but symptoms of pain or leaking are interfering, then you are a good candidate for physical therapy. Your physical therapist will assess the potential causes of why you are experiencing these symptoms and will … Continue reading Issues with Pelvic Pain or Urinary Incontinence in the Female AthleteRead More
Pelvic floor physical therapy aims to help people who suffer from many conditions involving the pelvis and surrounding structures, such as the bladder. One of the more common conditions we treat is urinary incontinence and it can occur at any age. There are a few types of urinary incontinence but in general the condition involves … Continue reading Physical Therapy for Urinary IncontinenceRead More
13 million people in the US experience urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence is when someone has difficulty controlling bladder function causing them to leak out urine. 75-80% of the cases of incontinence occur in women. It’s estimated 1 in 4 women will experience urinary incontinence at some point in their lifetime. There are different types of … Continue reading The Cost of Urinary IncontinenceRead More
As a physical therapist, there are many occasions I find myself discussing posture with patients whether it’s during sitting, standing, lifting, etc… Working in the field of pelvic floor physical therapy, another topic about posture I typically discuss involves toileting posture. For many of my patients toileting posture is a concept they have never heard … Continue reading Toileting posture is important!Read More
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- Ansley Throckmorton
"I highly recommend Teri Carr, PT. She is an extraordinary physical therapist and care giver. Her years of experience and constant continued learning make her an absolute expert. She is such a caring person and very effective. She works with her 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 am 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 and 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 and the people are all very friendly and I consider them as friends. I would recommend them to everyone and come to think of it I have.
- Tammy Light