Scott is a Maine native who grew up in South Portland and graduated from University of New England‘s Physical Therapy program in 1990. Scott joined Granite Hill Physical Therapy upon graduation, specializing in Orthopaedic and Industrial Rehabilitation. He also trained under one of Maines first Certified Hand Therapists during his time at Granite Hill.
Scott provided treatment and injury prevention educational services for numerous large companies in Maine including on site offices at LL Bean, BIW, UNUM, Blethen Maine Newspapers, Boise Cascade and International Paper. He also provided services for Maine state employees in Augusta.
Scott provided clinical and financial oversight to help grow the Granite Hill System into subsequently the Maine System of Healthsouth Physical Therapy centers.
Scott left Healthsouth as the Area manager for the State of Maine and started Advanced Physical Therapy in 2003.
Scott treats a large number of spine and shoulder patients but has a special interest in chronic tendonopathies that have failed previous therapy attempts. Scott’s unique approach has helped to return countless patients back to their activities they love. His treatment has offered success to many who thought that surgery was the only option left. Scott’s clinical skills are continually evolving and he has introduced Dry Needling into his current practice.
Scott currently resides in Scarborough and enjoys golf, tennis, table tennis, downhill skiing and many shooting sports. He also has a lifelong interest in the piano. Scott was fortunate enough to become the father of Matthew in 2006 and Carly in 2008.
Tim graduated from the University of New England’s Physical Therapy program in 1996 and in 1998 was certified as an Athletic Trainer. Over his years of practicing as a physical therapist and athletic trainer he has worked in a variety of settings enabling him to gain experience in the treatment and rehabilitation of numerous musculoskeletal conditions.
Tim’s post graduate studies include completing level 1 Institute of Manual Therapy- The Norwegian System Kaltnberg-Evjenth Residency Program and he has recently been certified to include Dry Needling in his treatment approach.
Tim incorporates manual treatment with a strong emphasis on improving movement patterns, postural alignment, and body mechanics. Tim feels the rehabilitation of his patients is a team approach that includes everyone from the physical therapist, the physician, and the patient so communication with all team members is important.
Tim enjoys mountain biking, outdoor adventures, good food and being with family and friends. He does not like bacon or hot dogs.
Tim is a Maine native who has been a Scarborough resident for the past 20 years. He is a 1991 Graduate of Northeastern University. Tim’s early career spanned from Florida to California before settling in his home State of Maine in 1995.
Tim spent the first 15 years as a Physical Therapist treating mostly work related injuries. He has provided care for employees of some of the largest employers in the State of Maine including the City of Portland, Maine Medical Center, and the Maine Turnpike Authority.
Tim joined Advanced Physical Therapy in February of 2008. His treatment style revolves around the use of a variety of manual techniques including instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization and use of corrective exercise to regain and mobility and improve stability. He has recently been certified in Dry Needling for the upper and lower body. Tim believes in building a relationship with his patients and enjoys helping his clientele maintain a level of function throughout their lives.
Tim resides with his wife Carla and daughters Emily and Chloe. He enjoys hiking, coaching, gardening and has a renewed interest in brewing beer. Tim is an avid Red Sox fan and prefers not to treat Yankee fans.