Coastline Therapy serves patients of all ages, from infants to senior citizens, with the goal of helping each individual achieve a comfortable, pain-free, and active lifestyle – without the use of harmful medication, injections, or surgery.
We’ll tailor a care plan that best suites your needs – with maximum flexibility and without third party limitations. By utilizing an out-of-network model, patients experience a unique approach that often results in faster recovery, less total visits per week, and less overall cost. I guarantee your physical therapy experience will be based on one-on-one attention and individualized treatment.
I want you to end your time with Coastline Physical Therapy & Performance more active, healthy, and mobile – so you can do what you love. Let us restore your health and improve your quality of life today.
Erin Hutchins attended Husson College and earned a master’s degree in physical therapy in 2002. Erin spent the first 18 years of her career in an inpatient rehab setting, assisting clients through times of great illness and loss of independence by promoting recovery and a successful return to their home environments. She spent 13 years managing a dynamic team of physical, occupational, and speech therapists. She then transitioned to home-based outpatient PT services, assisting clients with painful joints or healing fractures and providing education about posture, body mechanics, balance, and gait. Erin has had the pleasure of working with clients from 10 to 101 years of age.
Erin is a Blue Hill native living in Brooksville with her husband and two teen daughters. When not in the clinic, she enjoys spending time with family and friends; in the summer, by the water, soaking up the sun and in the winter, cozying up by the wood stove, watching movies. She tries not to take life too seriously and loves to laugh!
Bryanne Bisbee, a native Mainer, received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Saint Joseph’s College of Maine in 2003. After a period away from her home state, she returned to pursue her passion in the field of health and wellness, receiving education and training as a massage therapist from the Downeast School of Massage in 2005. A few years later her career path propelled her into health care. She earned a Master of Science in occupational therapy in 2011 from Husson University. Bryanne has worked in a number of clinical settings, including outpatient services focused on upper extremity rehabilitation, acute care, and home health, and those dealing with acute and chronic medical conditions, trauma, and post-surgical needs. Bryanne is a board-certified occupational therapy clinician through the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT).
Outside of work, she enjoys pursuing her other life passions. Bryanne is an outdoor enthusiast and often spends her leisure time in nature, hiking the many scenic trails of Hancock County with her spouse and young son.