Active Solutions Therapy Services, in Edgewood, is a physical therapy clinic catering to people from all over the greater ABQ community. Staff professionals can help patients who are suffering from acute and chronic pain conditions, including neck and back pain, headaches, shoulder pain, difficulty walking, and foot pain. Additionally, Active Solutions Therapy Services has the resources and expertise to help individuals who have suffered from strokes.
Edgewood, NM(505) 286-7838
Balanced Physical Therapy + Wellness, an Albuquerque-based clinic, performs physical and occupational therapy procedures for patients from all over the city and the surrounding areas. Patients of all ages can visit the clinic for help with arthritic pain, bursitis, back and neck pain, and fractures, among other issues. Staff members are qualified to perform a broad array of therapeutic procedures, including thermal and electronic modalities, massage, and myofascial release. They can also lead patients in exercise programs with a focus on stretching, strengthening, and improving balance.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 821-3831
E6 Physical Therapy, founded in Albuquerque in 2007, is a private physical therapy clinic led by physical therapist Ted Esparza. Mr. Esparza, a New Mexico native, has more than 15 years of orthopaedic physical therapy experience. He has managed multiple clinics over the course of his career and leads a team of highly trained and experienced rehabilitation professionals, including Jennifer Abel, PT, COMT, FAAOMPT, Xavier Marquez, MSPT, and Matthew Whiting, PTA.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 830-3678
East Mountain Physical Therapy treats patients from the ABQ Metro who have suffered from acute and chronic injuries. The clinic, which opened in Moriarty in 1995 before expanding to Edgewood and Cedar Crest, is a member of the Desert States Physical Therapy Network, which consists of over 30 private practice clinics statewide. Clinicians have the requisite experience and training to treat back pain, neck pain, spinal conditions, carpal tunnel syndrome, and various other pain conditions.
Cedar Crest, NM(505) 286-3678
Fifty 'n Fit is an Albuquerque physical therapy clinic and fitness center that has been treating people in the community since 1991. All treatment procedures are performed exclusively by licensed physical therapists, rather than aides or technicians, and the clinicians meet with just one patient at a time. In addition to the physical therapy clinic, Fifty 'n Fit operates a fitness center that exclusively caters to people who are 50 or older. The gym's medically-supervised environment is ideal for people suffering from osteoporosis, spinal stenosis, shoulder impingement, and arthritic knees.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 345-8050
Harmony Home Health & Hospice, based in Albuquerque for more than 14 years, provides physical, psychological, and spiritual support to people who are suffering from chronic or terminal conditions. Since its inception, the organization has grown to consist of more than 400 professionals, providing home health care services, and end-of-life services, to people in Albuquerque and the surrounding communities.
Albuquerque, NM(877) 463-3322
Inspirations Early Intervention Inc. is a clinic in Albuquerque that specializes in treating very young patients, from newborns to three-year-olds, who have, or are at risk of having developmental disabilities. Therapists can meet with patients and their parents at the Inspirations Early Intervention Inc. clinic, or directly at the family's home. The clinic's Director, Karen Lucero, is a board-certified specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy, and she has more than three decades of professional experience.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 550-2643
At the Albuquerque clinic Langford Physical Therapy, which opened in 1985, patients can take advantage of various treatment options for their muscle and joint pains, sports injuries, and neurological disorders, and they can even undergo rehab in the aftermath of a stroke. The team of physical therapists specializes in Functional Capacity Assessments. Since the clinic's founding, its clinicians have performed the assessment several thousand times.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 266-3655
Living Waters Physical Therapy, located in Bosque Farms, offers a range of treatment options to people in the Albuquerque Metro area suffering from acute or chronic pain. Therapists working at Living Waters Physical Therapy practice in a variety of physical therapy specialties, including orthopedic care, hand therapy, women's health, and pediatrics.
Bosque Farms, NM(505) 916-0213
Mountain View Therapy Services, LLC is an Albuquerque clinic serving people who are seeking physical therapy treatments. Leading the clinic are two physical therapists, Sledge Morgan, MPT and Jason Cox, DPT. New patients can expect to receive an initial consultation with one of these therapists, during which the clinician will take note of the patient's medical history and perform various measurements. Sledge Morgan and Jason Cox and successfully treated patients with neurological, musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, and geriatric medical conditions.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 948-4555
New Mexico Orthopaedics is an Albuquerque wellness center treating people from the city and its suburbs who are suffering from sports-related and work-related injuries. Team members are experienced in handling foot and ankle, back, knee, shoulder, hand, wrist, hip, and pelvis injuries. In addition to its central location on Cedar, New Mexico Orthopaedics has two satellite locations in ABQ and another in Rio Rancho.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 724-4300
Paradigm Physical Therapy, which opened in 1996, is a Los Lunas-based clinic helping people from all over the greater ABQ community who are seeking physical therapy services. In the patient's initial appointment, qualified Paradigm Physical Therapy clinicians will perform a full evaluation, assessing clients' posture, neurophysiology, biomechanics, muscle function, and movement patterns. Since its inception, Paradigm Physical Therapy has grown to operate three locations in the Albuquerque Metro.
Los Lunas, NM(505) 866-0055
Peak Motion Physical Therapy is an ABQ clinic with a range of care options for local patients, including workers' compensation injury rehab, post-op therapy, vestibular assessment and treatment, and sports injury rehabilitation. Philip Baca, who graduated from the University of New Mexico with a Bachelor's in Physical Therapy, opened the center in 2008. He has been working in the field for over 18 years.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 797-5505
Physical Therapy at Dawn is a clinic in Albuquerque providing physical therapy services to patients from throughout the area. Business owners may be interested in Physical Therapy at Dawn's Functional Capacity Evaluation. Additionally, staff members are qualified to perform various women's health treatments, including pelvic floor dysfunction therapies.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 242-2294
Southwest Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, a physical therapy center in Albuquerque, specializes in providing physical therapy to people who have sustained sports-related injuries. To help patients return to participating in their sports, the staff will work alongside orthopedic doctors, parents, and coaches to establish a long-term, holistic healing routine. People who have been injured in work-related injuries may also visit the clinic.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 292-3317
Spine Solutions is a clinic in Albuquerque that focuses on treating patients who have sustained athletic injuries. Leading the team is Gina Sandoval, a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Ergonomic Assessment Specialist. In addition to performing physical therapy treatments, Dr. Sandoval and her team can advise employers about how to avoid worksite injuries. The staff works directly with employees to teach them about safe work behavior, as well as healthy posture, mechanics, and ergonomics.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 424-1239
Think Back Physical Therapy, in Albuquerque, has provided care to people in the area for more than three decades. Staff members are devoted to aiding people who have sustained injuries, or are recovering from surgeries, of the musculoskeletal system. They can treat conditions of the spine and extremities, as well as some neurological and vestibular conditions.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 883-7518
Trigger Point Therapy ABQ, in Albuquerque, gives phyiscal therapy services to people from all over the city and the surrounding areas. Leading the clinic is Lucy A. Garcia, who specializes in performing the Travell Trigger Point Injection. Ms. Garcia is experienced in helping patients handle back, neck, and shoulder pain, muscular soreness, and physical symptoms resulting from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other stress-related conditions common in active members and veterans of the U.S. military.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 907-0608
Universal Care Home Health Agency Inc. is an Albuquerque physical therapy clinic, catering to patients with various conditions. The staff includes Registered Nurses as well as qualified home health aides, occupational therapists, medical social workers, and physical therapists. Services are available on daily, weekly, weekend, and long-term arrangements. For patients who have difficulty leaving the home, staff members can perform free at-home health needs evaluations.
Albuquerque, NM(505) 990-1958