…keeping your health on pace
Wakeland Physical Therapy is the only practice in the area formally trained in osteopathic manual techniques. These specialized skills improve our ability to deliver care for many conditions. We strive to correct the problem causing you discomfort rather than just treating the symptoms.
At Wakeland Physical Therapy we’re proactive in providing detailed home exercises to complement formalized physical therapy care.
Our physical therapists specialize in Sports Medicine, Orthopedic Medicine, Occupational Medicine as well as General Physical Therapy.
With full-service physical therapy offices in Bangor and Ellsworth, we’re conveniently located for all of Downeast and Penobscot County, Maine.
Physical Therapy Services
Wakeland Physical Therapy offers a wide variety of services. We provide evidence based outcome oriented physical therapy. Each individual patient program contains a comprehensive care plan that includes home exercises, correction of mechanical abnormalities, and the appropriate application of therapy techniques.
Therapy services provided by Wakeland Physical Therapy include, but are not limited to, the following:
Our physical therapists are committed to promoting healing in a friendly and nurturing environment. At Wakeland Physical Therapy, you can trust our staff to provide hands-on, individualized care to get you better, faster.
Wakeland Physical Therapy offers personalized treatment for sports related injuries as well as performance training and injury prevention advice to keep the athlete healthy and avoid re-injury.
Dr. Wakeland is a Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist. Our team provides workstation evaluations, education, and on-site stretching programs to help employees avoid work-related injuries and repetitive trauma disorders.
Our Orthopedic physical therapy services help you get back to your regular activities after an operation and injury. We focus on decreasing your discomfort and increasing your strength and aerobic abilities and increasing your range of motion.
In the News
Beating Back Pain
Better Posture and Stronger Core Key to Recovery
If your back hurts, the problem might be your belly. Especially if it’s a big one.
“The classic example of chronic back pain that we can very effectively manage is somebody who has lost some physical fitness and is getting a pretty big belly,” says physical therapist Tim Wakeland. “That rotates their hips and pelvis forward, which extends the spine and crowds the space for the nerves in the lower back. That can cause muscle and connective tissue pain.”