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About Sarah 

Dr. Sarah Coulombe received her Applied Exercise Science Degree from the University of New England in 2010.  She then earned her Strength and Conditioning Coach certification (CSCS) and Personal Training certification (CPT) from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. During this time, Sarah participated in an internship and was employed at Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning. In May 2013, she graduated from UMass Lowell with her Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree.

 

Sarah’s interest areas lay in Women's Health, general orthopedics, neurological rehabilitation, sports rehabilitation, manual therapy, fitness training. Outside of the clinic, Sarah enjoys working out, aerials, martial arts, and spending time with family and friends.

Continuing Education 

NSCA Annual Maine Symposium: Exercise and Sport Performance — April 2008- 2016

Perform Better One Day Summit 2013
Graston Technique, LLC M1-Basic Training — October 2013

Functional Movement Systems:

Postural Restoration Institute:

  • Postural Respiration — June 2014

  • Myokinematic Restoration— August 2014

  • Pelvis Restoration — June 2015

  • Impingement and Instability — July 2015

  • Postural-Visual Integration — April 2016

  • Advanced Integration — December 2016

  • Cervical Revolution — Spring 2016, March 2017

  • Cranial Resolution — February 2020

Functional Range Systems:
  • Functional Range Release: Upper Limb — March 2016
  • Functional Range Conditioning — October 2017
  • Functional Range Release: Spine — October 2018
  • Kinstretch – May 2019
Resilient’s Movement Foundations (NSCA CEU) — May 2018
Bill Hartman Mentorship
  • The Intensive III — November 2018
  • The Intensive VI — March 2020
  • One on One Mentorship 4 Months — Sept 2021
Fundamentally Sound-Circuiting the Rehab Training Model — April 2019
Human Matrix — October 2019
First Principles of Movement April 2022
Pelvicon September 2023
LTAP Level 1 Online & In Person November 2023
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Our Philosophy

At Untapped Potential, we believe in a Whole-Body Rehabilitation Approach. The advantage of a whole-body approach is a better understanding of how the area of pain may be related to immobility in other areas throughout our body. Untapped Potential prides itself on a whole-body assessment to address all the contributing issues. One-on-one care is always provided.  Treatment is guided based upon principles versus one specific system or way of thinking. Our passion is for helping everyone meet their goals big or small. We enjoy helping people increase their mobility, improve strength, and enjoy fitness. Teaching each person to have an improved understanding of how their body works, help them manage their system as a whole, and train them for their particular sport or activity. We want you to feel comfortable in your own body and be able perform the activities you want to be able to do! From being able to play with your children comfortably to being able to fly through the air and perform! 

 

 

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