Rehab Therapies – Statewide

Rehabilitation Therapies – Statewide

Back In Action (Physical) Therapy

Back In Action Therapy – Alamogordo
1011 10th St., Ste. A
Alamogordo, NM 88310
Phone:  575-439-9878
Fax:  575-439-9878
Back In Action Therapy – Las Cruces
4440 N Sonoma Ranch Blvd., Ste. F
Las Cruces, NM 88011
Phone:  575-222-0188
Email:  patients@backinactiontherapy.com
Website:  http://www.backinactiontherapy.com

Child and adult physical therapy:  Back in Action Therapy is a company founded in 2001 with one goal in mind: create a superior physical therapy experience with one-on-one care and individualized therapy programs. Our Alamogordo clinic was voted best in Otero County in 2018 and 2019, and we are bringing our quality care/services to the Las Cruces community in 2020. This organization mentions treating neurological injury and  offering (ocular-) vestibular therapy.

CHRISTUS St. Vincent Sports Medicine & Therapy Services
2968 Rodeo Park Dr W, Suite 100
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone:   505-913-5100
Fax:  505-913-5101
Appointments:  christushealth.org
Website :  https://www.christushealth.org/st-vincent/locations-directions/sports-medicine-santa-fe/

Adult: Physical, occupational, speech, and ocular-vestibular therapy. This clinic offers multiple vestibular therapists with advanced certification in neurological rehabilitation.

 

Hobbs Orthopaedic and Sports Therapy, P.C.
3830 N Grimes St B
Hobbs, NM 88240
Phone: 575-392-3971
Website: https://dsptnetwork.com/our-locations/hobbs-orthopaedic-sports-therapy/

Private practice physical and occupational therapy services are offered at this clinic.

LovelaceUNM Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinics
Website:  https://lovelace.com/services/rehabilitation
Adult:  Brain Injury Rehabilitation, including occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy (including cognitive rehabilitation) and so much more! Lovelace Rehabilitation Outpatient Clinics also offer a pain clinic, concussion therapy and testing program, back pain, spinal cord injury, and more. Lovelace UNM offers a special speech therapy program called SPEAK OUT!

Lovelace UNM Outpatient Rehabilitation
Santa Fe
1692 Hospital Dr., Bldg. B, Ste. 202
Santa Fe, NM 87505-4754
Phone:  505-982-6399
FAX:  505-982-3219
Lovelace UNM Outpatient Rehabilitation
Pueblo of Jemez Senior Center
129-A Canal St
Jemez Pueblo, NM 87024
Phone:  505-727-4927
FAX:  505-727-9139

MOBZ Physical Therapy
106 Boardman Dr.
Gallup, NM 87301
Phone:  505-722-9188
Website:  https://therapymobz.weebly.com/

Child and Adult:  Certified Concussion Rehabilitation and complete physical therapy services including a complementary Return to Work Evaluation. MOBZ also partners with Julius Somera, DPT, to offer Synapse Sticks:  an evidence-based, active movement training program using a progressive, multi-dimensional movement patterns and body positioning to stimulate and improve cognitive function. Accepting a wide range of insurances.

New Mexico Rehabilitation Center – Outpatient
31 Gail Harris
Roswell, NM 88203
Phone:  505-347-3400
Website:  https://nmhealth.org/about/ofm/ltcf/nmrc/

This organization provides acute rehabilitation services to individuals with brain injuries. They offer nursing, psychiatry services, traditional therapies (i.e. Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Therapy). The organization also offers dual diagnosis brain injury treatment services for individuals who are cognitively able to participate in this program.

Physical Therapy and Wellness Center, Inc.
Website:   http://www.nmrehab.com
Email:   eaccounting@nmrehab.com

 

Alamogordo
2351 Indian Wells Rd.
Alamogordo, NM 88310-5012z
Phone:   575-437-3351
Fax:   575-437-2622
Artesia
601 W Mahone Dr.
Artesia, NM 88210
Phone:  575-746-2566
Fax: 575-746-6260
Carlsbad
126 S Canyon St
Carlsbad, NM 88220
Phone:  575-628-0503
Fax: 575-628-3073

Child/Adult:  Our goal in physical therapy is to give you, the patient, the best possible care including both rehabilitation and education. We have found that this is best achieved by a team effort among you, your therapist, your physician, your insurance company, and our support staff.

Free Screening: If you or someone you know has pain that won’t go away, recently injured, or has not completed a physical therapy consultation in over a year; our trained therapists will schedule a complimentary evaluation and screening designed to evaluate your pain, mobility and overall body movement. Let our highly skilled therapists advise you if therapy will help in liu of surgery or prescription drugs.

Direct Access: Direct access refers to the ability of patients to be evaluated and treated by a physical therapist without being referred by a doctor or other healthcare practitioner. If you feel you have a problem that may benefit from the skilled services of a physical therapist, you might be able to refer yourself to physical therapy for treatment. Our expert billing department will work with your insurance carrier.

Presbyterian Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinics
Website:   https://www.phs.org/doctors-services/services-centers/supporting-services/Pages/rehabilitation.aspx

 

4801 Beckner Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone:  505-772-2000
2217 Dillon St.
Clovis, NM 88101
Phone:  575-769-7356
1010 Spruce St.
Española, NM 87532
Phone:  505-367-0340
211 Sudderth Dr.
Ruidoso, NM 88345
Phone:  575-257-8239
1202 Highway 60 West, Socorro, NM 87801
Phone:  575-835-8761
305 E Miel de Luna, Tucumcari, NM 88401
Phone:  575-461-7000

 

Presbyterian Outpatient Rehabilitation provides rehabilitation services to individuals with brain injuries. They offer, traditional therapies, i.e. Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, and Speech Therapy, including Physical Therapists who offer Ocular-Vestibular Therapy.

Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern New Mexico – Outpatient Services
4441 East Lohman Ave
Las Cruces, NM 88011
Phone:  575-521-6400
Fax:  575-521-6423
Website:  https://rhsnm.ernesthealth.com/

We provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative services to people recovering from disabilities caused by injuries or illnesses. We help our patients regain their physical or cognitive abilities so they can return home at their highest level of independence.  Physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.

 

San Juan Rehabilitation Hospital – Outpatient Services
727 West Animas
Farmington, NM 87401
Phone:  505-564-8563
Website:  www.sanjuanregional.com

This rehabilitation facility provides outpatient physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy.

Santa Fe Therapy Associates
1800 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Phone: 505-424-8777
Fax: 505-424-9777

Child/adult:  Bilingual Spanish and English speech therapy; occupational therapy, physical therapy, orofacial mycology (swallowing, chewing, breathing, dental structure), and feeding and eating specialties.

Therapy Services Associates, P.C.
2700 N Grimes St Suite C
Hobbs, NM 88240
Phone: 575-392-4129
Fax:  844-292-4019
Website: https://therapyservicespc.com/

A private practice established by Dr. Kim Osborne, with a strong focus on meeting rehabilitation needs of individuals that are located in Lea County, New Mexico when it comes to physical therapy services. Areas of the body regularly treated are the knees, hip, lower back, shoulder, elbow/wrist, ankle/foot, neck/headaches, NM workers compensation, balance/ dizziness and falls, neurological disorder, pediatric condition, etc.

Three Rivers Physical Therapy
3701 Messina Dr, Suite 108
Farmington, NM 87402
Phone:  505-258-4003
Fax:  505-436-2740
Email:  threeriversphysicaltherapy@gmail.com

To get effective physical therapy that treats your aches and pains, come to Three Rivers Physical Therapy. You’ll form strong partnerships with licensed, skilled therapists who provide you with customized treatments and care. When the source of your pain is a specific injury or condition, you need a course of therapy designed to meet those needs head-on. Let our team of experienced therapists work with you to develop a care plan to address your condition and strive for the results you need. We offer physical therapy, ocular-vestibular therapy, dry needling, stroke rehabilitation, post-amputation or prosthetic training.

Tinnitus Treatment

The National Institutes of Health states: “Tinnitus is commonly described as a ringing in the ears, but it also can sound like roaring, clicking, hissing, or buzzing. It may be soft or loud, high pitched or low pitched. You might hear it in either one or both ears. Roughly 10 percent of the adult population of the United States has experienced tinnitus lasting at least five minutes in the past year. This amounts to nearly 25 million Americans.”  https://www.nidcd.nih.gov/health/tinnitus.

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (asha.org) discusses a relationship between traumatic brain injury and tinnitus.

If you experience tinnitus, please discuss this with your primary care provider. Ask if you may benefit from an evaluation by an ear-nose-throat physician (otolaryngologist) who may carry out evaluative procedures as shown on this Mayo Clinic page:  https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/tinnitus/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20350162

Potential medical treatments are reported to include:

~ Earwax removal, in the event a buildup of earwax contributes to your tinnitus

~ Treatment of an underlying blood vessel condition

~ A change in medication if medication contributes to or causes tinnitus

~ Chiropractic or physical therapy to reduce tension in the neck and jaw that may contribute to or result from tinnitus

~ Hearing aids or masking devices

Potential behavioral treatments may include:

~ Neuromonics devices/apps which provide relaxing music and soft sounds through hearing aids

~ Cognitive behavioral therapy to reduce tinnitus-related anxiety

~ Tinnitus retraining therapy – training you to reduce your awareness of tinnitus (much the way you automatically tune out the sound of your refrigerator)

~ Tinnitus activities such as meditation, yoga, and mindfulness to reduce tension and anxiety

Consider discussing with your primary care provider whether an audiological examination may be necessary to evaluate your tinnitus. Some audiologists known to offer treatment options are shown below.

Albuquerque Hearing and Balance (Vestibular Therapy and Tinnitus Training)
Website:  https://abqhearing.com/

Albuquerque Hearing and Balance Eastside
2100 Louisiana Blvd NE, Suite 409
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone: 505-448-1959
Fax: 505-890-3330
Albuquerque Hearing and Balance Westside
10700 Corrales Rd, Suite I
Albuquerque, NM 87114
Phone: 505-750-9569
Fax: 505-890-3330

Albuquerque Speech Language Hearing Center
9500 Montgomery Blvd NE, Suite 215
Albuquerque, NM 87111
Phone:  505-431-4212
Fax:  505-247-1772
Email:  inquiries@aslhc.org
Website:  http://aslhc.org/

Albuquerque Speech Language Hearing Center offers child and adult speech therapy as well as audiology services, hearing evaluations, and hearing aid fitting. They also offer tinnitus evaluations, tinnitus management, and tinnitus retraining therapy.

Worth Hearing – Tinnitus Specialists
Website:  https://www.worthhearing.com/tinnitus-specialists/

Worth Hearing Center
7520 Montgomery Blvd. NE, Ste E-15
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Phone: 505-349-4928
Fax: 505-872-1041
Worth Hearing Center – Westside
1350 Jackie Rd SE, Ste. 103
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
Phone: 505-349-4928
Fax: 505-872-1041

Expert Hearing Care
Website:  https://www.hearnm.com/

Expert Hearing Care
4351 E Lohman Ave. Ste 103
Las Cruces, NM 88011
Phone:  575-680-2434
Toll-free phone:  855-780-8990
Expert Hearing Care
1180 Mall Dr. Ste C
Las Cruces, NM 88011
Phone: 575-222-7363