Timothy P. Davoren, PT, ATC

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Tim is a Divisional Operating Officer at OA, responsible for multiple areas of clinical, customer service, and administrative functions. He is a licensed physical therapist and certified athletic trainer. Tim has clinical expertise working with patients through an integrated approach of manual and exercise therapies. Tim is an avid outdoorsman and recreational athlete.

My training and career have focused on taking care of people, and that now extends into administrative and leadership responsibilities. My goal is to have all patients and employees experience the highest levels of satisfaction and quality at OA.”

Licenses & Certifications

  • Licensed physical therapist
  • Certified athletic trainer

Education & Training

  • University of New England, BSc, Biddeford, ME
  • Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership, development program, Portland, ME


  • OA/Maine Medical Center Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship training program, physical therapy instructor
  • Maine Medical Center/Tufts University Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship program, instructor, 2000-2015

Continuing Education Units

  • Graston M2 Advanced Upper/Lower - Certified Provider, 2012
  • Building the Ultimate Back, Dr Stuart McGill, 2012
  • Graston Technique M1, Michael Arnolt, Jacqueline Shakar, 2012
  • Daniel Hanley Center for Health Leadership Development Program Graduate, 2011-2012
  • F.I.S.T. (Fit Institute Slowtwitch) Bike Fit Certified, Dan Empfield, 2011
  • SFMA: Selective Functional Movement Assessment: Evidence-Based Clinical Model to Address Regional Interdependence, 2011
  • Outward Bound Professional - Health Leadership Development Program, 2011
  • Perform Better 3-Day Functional Training Summit, 2011
  • Examination and Treatment of Running Injuries, Brian Heidersheit, 2011
  • Joe Friel Winter Base Training for the Endurance Athlete, 2010
  • The 62nd Eastern Athletic Trainers Association Conference and Clinical Symposium, 2010
  • The Running Course: Scott Straker, Brian Heidersheit, 2010
  • Myokinematic Restoration, Michael Cantrell, 2010
  • The Lower Extremity—An International Conference; The Pelvis, Knee, Foot, and Ankle, 2009
  • Recent Advances in the Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder and Knee, Kevin Wilk, 2009
  • Effective Techniques for Total Body Strengthening: The Physiology of Strength Training and Program Design, 2009
  • Perform Better Functional Training Summit, Providence, 2009
  • MASS Position Theory & Orthotic Design Certified Sole Support Advanced Clinical Training, 2009
  • NSCA Sports Nutrition, Sports Specific Training Education Program, Anaheim, Ca, 2008
  • Postural Respiration, Ron Hruska, 2007
  • Sports and Spine Rehab Symposium, Functional Approach to the Spine, 2007
  • Mulligan Concept Upper Quadrant Mobilizations with Movement, ‘Nags’, ‘Snags’ & More, Amy Bennett, PT, 2006
  • USM Sports Nutrition Symposium, University of Southern Maine, 2006
  • Functional Movement Screening & Core Training Workshop, Functional Movement by Lee Burton, Gray Cook, 2006
  • Difficult Conversations: Couragous Leadership Approaches to Challenging Situations, Institute for Civic Leadership, Freeport Maine, 2006
  • Myofascial Release: State of the Art Tissue Mobilization, Cross Country Education, 2005
  • Applied Techniques of Manual Therapy, Comprehensive Treatment of the Shoulder, Great Lakes Seminars, 2005
  • Applied Techniques of Manual Therapy, Holistic Treatment of the Foot and Ankle
  • Great Lakes Seminars, 2005
  • UVM Sports Medicine Updates in Shoulder and Knee Concepts, Burlington, VT, 2004
  • Foot and Ankle Update, HEALTHSOUTH, 2004
  • Myokinematic Restoration—Integrated Approach to Treatment of Patterned Lumbo-Pelvic-Femoral Pathomechanics, 2002
  • When Heads Don’t Heal, HEALTHSOUTH, 2002
  • UVM Sports Medicine Updates in Shoulder and Knee Concepts, Burlington, VT, 2002
  • When Work Gets on Your Nerves: New Perspectives on the Management of Cumulative Trauma Disorders, HEALTHSOUTH, 2001
  • “When the Feet Hit the Ground…Everything Changes, L 1”, 2001
  • Entrepreneurial Extravaganza—An Innovators Workshop, Brad Cooper, 2001
  • IMPACT Training, HEALTHSOUTH, 2001
  • Advanced Course, Patellofemoral Dysfunction: Exam & Treatment Methods, Kate Grace, 2001
  • Concussion Symposium, HEALTHSOUTH, Dana Center Portland Maine, 1999
  • QCE/Clinician MBA Course, HEALTHSOUTH, 1999
  • Advances in the Shoulder and Knee, Cincinnati Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, 1998
  • McKenzie—The Spine:Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy, Part B:Cervical, Thoracic Spine, 1998
  • Non-Surgical Orthopedic Differential Diagnosis & Treatment of Lumbar Spine, SI Joint & Hip, Northeast Seminars, Russell Woodman, 1998
  • Worldwide Lessons in Leadership, USM Center for Continuing Education, 1997
  • Stress And Disease: Who Gets Sick& Who Stays Well, Michael Meaney, Ph.D., 1997
  • McKenzie-The Spine: Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, Part A: Lumbar, 1997
  • Building and Rebuilding the Complete Athlete with Vern Gambetta, 1996
  • The McConnell Approach to the Problem Shoulder, 1996
  • Listen to the Body-Dr. R. Friedman,Mind/Body Medical Institute,Harvard Medical School, 1996
  • Mulligan Concept of “NAGS & SNAGS”, 1996
  • Management Skills for New Supervisors, Skillpath Seminars, 1996
  • How to Supervise People, Fred Prior Seminars, 1996
  • Visceral Manipulation 1B, The Upledger Institute, 1995
  • Visceral Manipulation 1A, The Upledger Institute, 1995
  • Chain Reaction, Gary Gray, Wynn Marketing, 1994
  • Craniosacral Therapy L1, The Upledger Institute, 1994
  • St, John Neuromuscular Therapy for Pain Mechanism of Low Back, 1993
  • Muscle Energy Techniques for Pelvis, Sacrum, Cervical, Thoracic & Lumbar Spine, Sharon Weiselfish, 1993
  • Manual Therapy for the Upper Quadrant, CT Spine, MET & Strain/Counterstrain—Jay Cain

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