Orthopedic physical therapy services in Taos. We help you recover from injuries and disorders involving muscles, bones, joints, tendons and ligaments.

  • Scoliosis

    Scoliosis is defined as a sideways curve of spine with the addition of rotation or twisting. Though scoliosis commonly develops and worsens during the growth spurts of early adolescence, it can also develop or first be detected in adulthood. Many adults with back pain are surprised to find they have a mild to moderate form […]

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Inflammatory Conditions

    Your body’s immune response is triggered by tissue damage. It creates local inflammation, a sign that damage control has commenced and healing is underway. It is normal and is the first phase of healing. Appropriate acute inflammation resolves rapidly. Unfortunately the immune system occasionally overreacts or completely “misreads” a threat and creates chronic or generalized […]

  • Back & Neck Pain

  • Knee

    The knee is a deceptively simple hinge joint. It requires the coordination of a network of muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, bone and nerves. Damage, strain or breakdown of any of these structures can lead to pain, stiffness, swelling and functional loss. Common problems include Osteoarthritis, ACL rupture, meniscus and ligament tears, knee cap tracking problems, […]

  • Joint Replacements

    Rehabilitation following a joint replacement is essential for the success of the procedure. Shoulders, hips, knees and ankles are the most commonly replaced joints. The rehabilitation goals are very similar for all of the replacements: Control pain, restore ROM and functional strength, return to activity. Our Physical and Occupational Therapists work closely with area Orthopedic […]

  • Hip

    Hip pain can have many causes often involving degeneration or trauma to the joint, irritation or inflammation of the related soft tissue such as bursitis or tendonitis and muscle strains. Your Physical Therapist will help you to figure out the cause and utilize manual techniques, desensitizing modalities, therapeutic exercise and home program instruction to help […]

  • Plantar Fasciitis

    Plantar Fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain and is caused by repetitive strain injury to the ligament of the sole of the foot. Physical Therapists will assess foot/ankle alignment, muscle flexibility, joint restrictions and abnormal movement patterns that can cause plantar fasciitis pain. Individualized treatment based on findings in the evaluation can […]

  • Ankle and Foot

    Ankle and foot problems often interfere with walking and can profoundly limit daily activities, work and recreation. The more common problems are related to trauma, overuse, inflammatory conditions and neuropathy. Several of our therapists have strong backgrounds in the assessment and treatment of ankle and foot problems.