With the holidays and end of the year nearing, stress is a commonality for many people. Headaches, tight neck and upper back muscles, and difficulty sleeping come with the stress and activities associated with this time of year. Some of these activities include wrapping presents, shoveling, yard work, and driving to stores or loved ones … Continue reading HeadachesRead More
The groin involves many structures such as muscles, ligaments, and nerves. Groin pain can follow surgical procedures such as a hernia repair. It can also occur due to hip pathology such as degenerative changes in the hip joint. Women who are pregnant can experience groin pain if their pelvic stability is compromised. People of any … Continue reading Groin PainRead More
Pelvic floor physical therapists often perform internal pelvic exams. One of the common questions we ask someone is if they have pain during pelvic exams to determine how to best approach performing one. Many women respond yes to this question and we begin investigating. Later, we may learn that this person also suffers from pain … Continue reading Pain During Pelvic Exams and Sexual IntercourseRead More
The tailbone is located at the very end of your spine. It is the bony tip felt at the beginning of the gluteals creases. People often experience tailbone pain after falling and landing on it. Other causes of tailbone pain occur with prolonged sitting habits that create extra pressure and weight on the tailbone. Childbirth … Continue reading Tailbone PainRead More
During pregnancy the body goes through many changes. The process is both amazing and challenging. Many women often experience back pain, pelvic pain, or abdominal discomfort during the baby’s development. Some of the causes of this pain can be obvious and some are more complicated. The baby is taking up space inside the abdomen and … Continue reading Pregnancy Related Back PainRead More
Many people suffer from abdominal pain. This type of pain can involve the entire abdomen or specific parts such as the lower left side, central, or around incision sites from previous surgeries. The cause of the pain can also vary. Some examples of common causes include: issues with digestion, food sensitivities, bloating, constipation, and scars … Continue reading Abdominal PainRead 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