At Back in Motion Physical Therapy, our focus is to change people’s lives by providing pain relief and improving their quality of life.
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Physical Therapy so unique?
- Hands-on physical therapy by a clinician who works one-on-one with you during your therapy sessions.
- Highly personalized care that’s precisely right for you.
- You’ll usually see the same therapist at every visit, leading to more personalized and effective care.
- We have nine convenient locations to serve you.
- We offer extensive patient education programs to help you prevent reinjury.
- We open early and close late to accommodate almost any schedule.
- Our staff has over a century of combined experience to draw from to help make sure you get increased function and effective pain relief.
Suffering from pain or stiffness and don’t know why? Identify where you are in pain and click on the corresponding white circle to discover different conditions that might be the cause of your pain.
Attack neck pain during pregnancy with these 5 PT methods
According to one medical study, 39.5% of pregnant women experienced back pain, and 12.4% experienced neck pain during pregnancy. Most pregnant women experience some degree of neck pain. In many cases, the pain is mild and manageable. However, neck pain can also be...
Which neck posture issues can trigger neck pain?
For most people, the neck is just something that holds up and helps turn the head. However, many start to realize that the neck does a lot more than that when their neck becomes painful. Often, the culprit behind acute or chronic neck pain is neck posture. This is...
Shoulders hurt from sitting at your desk? Here are 3 ways PT may help
Spending long hours sitting at a desk may not seem like a workout, but it can put immense strain on your body. In order to keep your body upright, your neck, back and shoulder muscles have to bear your body weight. Over a long period of time, and coupled with awkward...
Trap imbalance: How it affects athletes and how PT can help
Is one of your shoulders higher than the other? Do your shoulders feel tight and painful on one side? Are you spending hours in the gym, training endlessly trying to fix it? Put down the barbell for a second and read this. We’re going to talk about trap imbalances and...
Pain from your shoulder to elbow could be a sign of these 3 issues
According to experts, shoulder pain is the third most common kind of muscle and joint pain complained about at the doctor’s office. It accounts for over 4 million doctor’s visits in the United States alone. There are several reasons that a person might be experiencing...
Why does my elbow hurt when I extend it at work?
You reach out to grab the doorknob of your office door. Ouch! That hurt your elbow. Your phone rings, and you reach out to answer it. Pain goes zinging through your elbow again. These are just some of the scenarios in which your elbow might hurt when you extend it at...
Carpal tunnel vs. tendinitis: How to tell the difference and what to do for treatment
When your hands and wrists begin to hurt, you may look into possible causes. Two of the most common conditions that affect the hands and wrists are tendinitis and carpal tunnel syndrome. Both of these conditions can cause wrist and hand pain. While the two conditions...
Pain in your wrist and hand? These three issues could be responsible
Feeling pain in one part of your body can be difficult to deal with. People who are feeling pain in two or more body parts can have even more difficulty going about their daily routine. This is especially true if they’re feeling pain in their wrist and hand. It’s not...
5 factors that make physical therapy useful for hip arthritis
Hip arthritis is a degenerative joint disorder that causes pain that is debilitating and progressive. Hip pain can be mild or severe, but it can limit day-to-day activities and make sleeping difficult for many patients. The success of physical therapy for hip...
You don’t just have to live with hip pain during pregnancy: Here’s what can help
For many women, finding out they’re pregnant is one of the happiest times of their lives. After all, pregnancy can have a lot of perks. Feeling a regular glow of contentment and getting closer to loved ones, for instance. However, there can also be some drawbacks to...
How PT can cut knee pain when squatting
When you squat, specific muscles contract to help stabilize the knee joint. These muscles include the quadriceps and hamstrings. Whenever you have pain in the knee, this may be a sign of weakness in one or more of these muscle groups. Your pain may also be triggered...
Shin pain after a knee replacement often happens for these 3 reasons
Knee replacement is a surgical procedure intended to repair a knee that has been damaged by arthritis or a knee injury. Metal and plastic parts are used to replace the kneecap as well as the ends of the bones in the knee joint. People who find they can no longer...
Top 3 reasons you’re feeling knee and ankle pain in the same leg
The hip, knee and ankle are all joints that are responsible for bearing your weight when you walk or stand. Just think about how huge that responsibility is. Now, consider how huge of a problem it would be if you were feeling knee and ankle pain in the same leg. No...
Three physical therapy options on hand for ankle pain in Maine
Maine is a startlingly beautiful state, but it can also be hard on people’s ankles. Ankle injuries from your job or from playing sports. Ankle pain from walking around outside. Landing wrong on your foot while coming down the stairs. Any of these issues can happen to...
We are here for you,
first and foremost.
That’s why we take the time to make sure you understand why you’re experiencing your pain and explain our approach to your treatment. Through this communication and education, we can help you achieve your rehabilitation and/or physical fitness goals. We’re a team of licensed, physical therapists and physical therapist assistants committed to state-of-the-art care and dedicated to your success. Many of today’s most common conditions can be treated or corrected with modern physical therapy techniques. When you need help for pain, injury, headaches or stress, you deserve professionals who understand what you’re going through. Our helpful, caring staff goes much further, offering you personalized attention, respect and understanding.