Bryan Cloutier is a Physical Therapist with the primary purpose of helping others get back to activities they love doing. He has been working in the field since 2008. Bryan graduated from Husson University with his Masters in PT in 2008 and went on to receive his Doctoral degree in 2011. Since graduating, Bryan has focused his career in outpatient orthopedics and sports medicine. Bryan has gone on to specialize in rehabilitation of fitness athletes, spinal rehabilitation, evidenced based core training, and is also certified in Dry Needling and in the use of Graston Technique. Previous to working at Atlantic Physical Therapy, Bryan spent 6 years working at an outpatient clinic in Northern NH, and also spent a year as a travelling therapist, working in several clinics around New England.
Bryan’s treatment philosophies are rooted in evidence based treatments, but he also understands that everyone experiences pain in unique ways, therefore he strives to create an individual plan of care that each person is comfortable with. He recognizes that time is your most precious commodity and getting you back to your regular activities as quickly as possible is something he prides himself in most.
Originally from Berlin, NH, Bryan and his family moved to the southern Maine region in 2015. Bryan stays active by attending a local Crossfit gym, and he also enjoys spending time with his wife and two young boys.