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  • Eccentron

    At Saco Bay, we have brought in a secret weapon for your physical therapy needs – the BTE Eccentron. Eccentron is the only device that lets individuals perform unique, eccentric-only rehabilitation. It’s time and energy efficient, and it has been clinically-proven to deliver phenomenal results.

    With Eccentron, our highly trained clinical team has the tools to provide you with precise dosing – scientifically measured and customized to your exact physical needs for…

    NATM 2017

    National Athletic Training Month is held every March in order to spread awareness about all that athletic trainers do. The National Athletic Trainers' Association’s theme for 2017 is “Your protection is our priority.” 

    Our athletic trainers play an integral role in the physical rehabilitative process on the playing field and keeping our industrial athletes healthy and safe within the workforce. We count on our athletic trainers to be on the frontlines in prevention, treatment and…

    Saco Bay is pleased to announce that the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill is now available for use at the South Portland center located at 29 Foden Road to help patients in their short-term rehabilitation programs. The AlterG is the world's first and only treadmill using NASA-based anti-gravity technology and is designed for lower body injury and surgery rehabilitation, aerobic conditioning, sport-specific conditioning programs, neurologic retraining and geriatric strength and…

    Saco Bay is leading the charge on clinical research! Our own Ryan Cyr, P.T., and Larry Risigo, P.T., are conducting clinical research in partnership with the University of New England on "Examination of Cervical Thoracic Differentiation Testing in the Treatment of Patients with Neck Pain."

    Thoracic spine manipulation has been shown to decrease pain and improve function in individuals with neck pain. What is not yet clear is the best way to determine who will benefit most from…

    Saco Bay is proud to announce that it has been awarded the ability to offer the Select Medical Orthopaedic Residency Program. The program is geared toward advanced clinical decision making and research-based interventions. Upon completion of the program, a case study including evidence-based interventions and valid outcome data is created, and the residents take the Orthopaedic Certified Specialist exam.

    The American Physical Therapy Association defines residency as "a planned program…