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Physical Therapy Services in Portland, Maine

Explore our range of services: Running Rehab, Pelvic Floor Therapy, Crossfit Rehab, ACL Rehab, and more.

Designed for the diverse needs of Maine's active community.

A Portland Maine Running Physical Therapist performs a gait analysis for a runner on a treadmill.

Maine's Experts in Running Physical Therapy & Performance

Whether you have an active injury or are looking to optimize your gait or performance, you're in the right spot. All of our Physical Therapists are renowned running specialists.

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

If you’re experiencing discomfort, pain or other issues related to your pelvic region, you’re not alone. Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common condition that affects many people, particularly runners, athletes, and people who have given birth.

Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists are unique. They all specialize in helping you do higher impact activities like running & jumping without pelvic symptoms. 

They take a multifaceted, holistic approach to the pelvic floor. Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists are Orthopedic Physical Therapists first, meaning they also are experts at treating hip & low back pain. We call them Orthopelvic PTs - as they are truly blending all of their knowledge into one goal: helping you resolve your symptoms for good.

A Portland Maine Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist educates a patient on the anatomy of the pelvic floor.
A Portland Maine runner balancing on a Moboboard.

Running Physical Therapy

Over 80% of runners every year will deal with a running-related injury or pain that limits them from running the mileage or races they want. It doesn’t have to be like that. We’re all runners ourselves & we work with runners across the country who are frustrated with the standard advice of “just stop running.”

A runner getting form tips by a Portland Maine Physical Therapist.

Running Injury Prevention

Not currently injured? That's great! Now's the best time to make sure you're doing the right things to keep your body healthy so that you can continue to train consistently. 

A Portland Maine Physical Therapist performing a running gait analysis.

Running Gait Analysis

While changing how you run is not always the answer, getting your running form professionally assessed can provide extremely valuable information.

A Portland, Maine Run Coach planning on a whiteboard.

Running Coaching

Our coaches are all former D1 collegiate athletes - who've made careers out of running. Need an individualized plan & accountability? Work with the top run coaches in Maine.

Someone performing wall balls in a Crossfit workout at Misfit Athletics in Portland, Maine.

Crossfit Injury Rehab

Our performance physical therapists specialize in Crossfit-related injuries and are experts at getting Crossfitters back to doing WODs and working out pain-free.

A Portland, Maine Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist educating a patient on the pelvic floor anatomy.

Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy

If you’re experiencing discomfort, pain or other issues related to your pelvic region, you’re not alone. Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common condition that affects many people, particularly runners, athletes, and people who have given birth.

A pelvic floor physical therapist giving a patient cues for her deadlifting form while holding the patient's young baby, in Portland Maine.

Postpartum Return to Run Program

Everyone’s return to run timeline is different after having a baby, as there are many individual factors that should be considered. Our Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists are experts at helping moms return to running - which eventually should include much higher level exercises than just birddogs and bridges.

A backcountry skier going uphill at Black Mountain of Maine at the Last Skier Standing event by Ski the Whites.

Skiing Physical Therapy

Whether you’re limited with Alpine, Nordic, or Uphill skiing - our physical therapists can help you get back to enjoying your winter. Winter is long in Maine, and being able to ski with friends helps us stay active.

A golfer swinging a golf club on a fairway in Maine.

Sports Physical Therapy

If you have pain that is limiting you from performing your best, our Sports Physical Therapists can help. Whether you're trying to get back to golf, tennis, soccer, or pickleball - we can help reduce your pain & get you back out there. 

A physical therapist performing a hip scour orthopedic test on a patient in Portland, Maine.

Orthopedic Physical Therapy

A thorough conversation and hands-on clinical exam by our physical therapists is almost always much more helpful than starting with an X-ray or MRI. Orthopedic Physical Therapy before imaging can get you better, quicker while avoiding unnecessary costs, procedures, and long waits for appointments.

An athlete lifting a barbell during her ACL return to sport rehab program in Portland, Maine.

ACL Rehab - Return to Sport

Traditional physical therapy not meeting your ACL expectations? You feel like there’s more you could be doing and you’re not being treated in a manner to prepare you for your athletic goals.

A Portland Maine Physical Therapist performing dry needling on a runner.

Dry Needling

We can incorporate dry needling into the rest of your plan, as it can oftentimes give your rehab a boost or help keep those niggles at bay. 

A runner in Portland Maine getting into a pair of Normatec Compression Therapy boots.

Normatec Compression Therapy

Compression can aide recovery. It also just feels darn good when you've been putting a lot of miles on the legs!

A runner in a small group strength training class in Portland Maine about to do a heavy back squat.

Small Group Strength Training

Up to 80% of runners get injured every year. Heavy strength training can decrease your likelihood of injury by 40%, while improving your running economy & VO2 Max. Why wouldn't you want to decrease your odds? 

A Portland Maine Physical Therapist educating a runner about their running injury.


“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” - Malcolm X. Knowing why you’re doing something empowers you to be able to make micro-adjustments independently, allowing you to progress much quicker than if you just followed a generic plan. Educating you on your injury & path towards success is what we’re all about.

A Portland Maine Physical Therapist educating an adult with low back pain about her deadlift form.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is not done to you. It’s done with you & it's a process. We do not tell you what to do - we provide you with education specific to your situation so that together we can make the best decisions for you in your rehab journey.

We always start with a chat. 

We want to make sure that we're a good fit for you & that you're a good fit for us. Let's hop on a call to get started & you can ask any furthers questions you might have!