Thank you for choosing Windham Chiropractic and Rehabilitation. We look forward to sharing our ideas about health-oriented chiropractic care with you!
Children & Chiropractic Care
The benefit for your children can be even greater, since their bodies have not been fighting gravity for as long as an adult's has.
We accept Community Care Referrals from the VA and Tri-Care. If you are a VA patient interested in chiropractic treatment, talk to your VA provider about Community Care referrals to request an appointment at Windham Chiropractic and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Mark Wasowski earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in 1984. He is a Diplomat of Bio Energetic Synchronization Techniques (B.E.S.T.) and has attained an advanced proficiency in Activator methods.
Dr. Mark uses a variety of chiropractic techniques including diversified, drop-table, lumbar flexion, distraction, B.E.S.T., and Activator.
He resides in the town of Windham and is a member of the Sebago Lakes Rotary Club. http://www.windhamrotary.org/
In his free time, he enjoys bicycling, photography and spending time with his family.
Dr. Pottle is coming to us as he transitions from a role as an independently contracting coverage doctor. In his former role he would travel to fill in for Maine chiropractors in need of time off for various reasons, hereby allowing him to integrate effective components of various practice strategies. He graduated from Palmer Chiropractic Florida in 2020, and is also a 2016 graduate Cum Laude of Saint Joseph's College in Standish, ME.
In his free time Dr. Pottle enjoys spending time with his wife Brittany and six year old son John. Their hobbies include camping, fishing, hiking, and cooking. Dr. Pottle also enjoys gardening and taking in the four seasons of Maine. Dr. Pottle served four years in the United States Army including a one year tour to Mosul Iraq. He has a great deal of respect for the veterans in our community and strives to accommodate their needs as an underserved demographic.
His generation of chiropractors has been taught to address chiefly the spine, as well the contributing muscle and tendons which are associated with joints that are not readily mobile. Through the use of: Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, and flexion/distraction mobilization we encourage the body to relax prior to the adjustment. These practices in concert with specific spinal adjustments and tailored exercises allow the body to heal better faster and stronger.
Dr. Pottle will be around the office as we bring him online as a practitioner. In order to accommodate the increased need, as well as increase my own personal time, this is a good choice for the practice.
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