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About Caron Physical Therapy

Caron Physical Therapy, LLC, is a unique physical therapy practice serving the women of central Maine (and beyond!), specializing in orthopedic and women’s pelvic health physical therapy, and treating a plethora of diagnoses.

Services provide you with one on one, personalized, individual, high quality care and lifelong commitment to your well-being. Remember a time in health care when medical providers knew you and followed your care for years?

With Caron Physical Therapy, communication is an essential element after discharge to


provide ongoing care as needed for injuries and set-backs that life naturally throws your way. Physical Therapy is provided in person or virtually (in the state of Maine), working together to meet your individual goals. With Caron Physical Therapy, there are no cookie cutter treatments or passing your care to different clinicians.



Katie Caron, MSPT

Katie Caron, MSPT, is a pelvic health physical therapist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of musculoskeletal and women’s pelvic health conditions.  She has advanced training and expertise in the areas associated with the pelvis (SI joints, coccyx, sacrum), including vulvar/vaginal regions, women’s bowel and bladder health, and pregnancy/postpartum. She is also an expert in the treatment of neck, spine and low back pain, tailbone, hip and groin pain, and abdominal pain. She takes pride in her hands on approach to care, combining manual skills to improve mobility and release of tight tissues.  

She holds a Master degree in physical therapy from the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine, and has worked extensively for several orthopedic outpatient private and hospital based physical therapy practices in both Maine and Alaska for more than 20 years.



Commonly Treated




  • Pain during Pregnancy

  • Neck, spine, and low back pain 

  • Pelvic, tailbone, hip, groin pain 

  • SPD: Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction 

  • Vulvar/vaginal pain 

  • Pain during or after intercourse (dyspareunia) 

  • Abdominal pain, diastasis recti (abdominal muscle separation)

  • Painful scars, scar tissue

Women’s Bowel and Bladder Health

  • Urinary incontinence 

  • Fecal incontinence 

  • Pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic pressure or heaviness 

  • Frequent and urgent urination 

  • Waking at night to urinate (nocturia) 

  • Bed wetting 

  • Bowel urgency 

  • Hemorrhoids 

  • Bladder pain (Interstitial Cystitis, Painful Bladder Syndrome) 

  • Constipation 

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Pre- and Post- Hysterectomy

  • Postpartum care, getting your body back



  • Pregnancy & Postpartum Care

  • Dizziness and Vertigo (including positional vertigo/BPPV)

  • Post Concussion

  • Running and other orthopedic injuries

  • Postpartum Assessments          (Mama-assessments) 


Typical Treatments

Kristy G.

When I was in a car accident, Katie was thorough and compassionate in the treatment of my injuries. She led my recovery at the pace I needed and was patient with the process. I am so grateful to have had her as my provider and I highly recommend her to anyone in need of physical therapy!

Barbara M.

I couldn't lift my arm and needed physical therapy. Katie came to my rescue!  She explained what was happening with my body and showed me exercises to begin recovering. She used her hands to relieve my pain. Katie went out of her way to find solutions to my individual needs and was ALWAYS so caring and encouraging!

Stephanie C.

After delivering my baby I experienced excruciating low back pain and couldn't bend and care for my baby. Katie straightened out my pelvic alignment and freed up the muscles that were preventing movement. I now understand HOW to move to protect my spine and can exercise again and am returning to running!



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Treatment is determined by the results of your evaluation. In general, treatment is likely to include some or all of the following: 

  • Bladder and bowel re-training

  • Manual therapy: including Muscle Energy Techniques, Strain Counterstrain, Soft Tissue Mobilization (internal and external musculature), Scar tissue release, Joint Mobilizations, Mobilizations with Movement, Myofascial Release

  • Exercise and introduction to the deep pelvic stabilization muscles

  • Neuromuscular re-training

  • Posture and body mechanics training

  • Education on lifestyle changes, nutrition

  • Breathing exercises​​

  • Home exercise program instruction

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