Jim Steven's Manual Therapy - Albuquerque, NM

Welcome

How can I help?

Jim Stevens provides dedicated caring therapy that reduces pain, increases joint mobility, and reduces stress through his deep understanding of anatomy and the body's systems.  His long experience in physiotherapy and osteopathy bring the results you need.

Services Include:

Pain Relief Joint Mobility Massage Sports Massage Auto Accidents Workplace Injuries Physical Trauma Cranio-Sacral Visceral Manipulation

Hours by

Appointment:

   Mon: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Tue: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Wed: Closed    Thur: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Fri: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Sat: 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.    Sun: Closed
Jim Steven's Manual Therapy - Albuquerque, NM

What conditions does manual therapy treat?

The fact is, every pathology, discomfort and disease has a mechanical component. Therefore, manual therapy can help any condition. As an example, the thyroid treatment insures that the gland is moving freely within its environment and has adequate blood supply. Manual therapy does not “fix” the thyroid, but allows the thyroid to function at its optimal level. Make sure you mention all ailments, no matter how small, to your therapist so that they may serve you better. Some common ailments are:

What is manual therapy?

Manual Therapy is a science-based approach that uses the hands of a skilled practitioner to locate and treat lesions or injuries anywhere in the body.  It is an integrated treatment method that combines the underlying principles and concepts of:

Does manual therapy hurt?

As a Manual Therapist, Jim is dedicated to working with the body as gently as possible.   On occasion the body has been traumatized to a point that any touch could elicit a pain response. For example, an inflamed nerve or ligament may initially respond to touch very sharply, then calm within a few seconds.  Let Jim know if anything is uncomfortable and he will work with you to reduce discomfort.
By combining these sciences, the Manual Therapist improves the function of all body systems, thereby reducing pain, increasing ease of movement & mobility. Manual Therapy is the most effective way to treat pain, addressing the cause of the pain  and the symptoms.

What should you expect?

Most work is done while client is fully clothed. Therefore it is important to wear loose flexible clothing to insure your comfort.   If any muscle work is required to increase the effectiveness of the work, you will be asked to remove some clothing and cover with a sheet.

About Jim Stevens, LMT #2782

Jim began his studies as a Massage Therapist in 1994 at Crystal Mountain School in Albuquerque, NM.  After working as a therapist, he returned to serve as faculty from 1998-2001.  Over the course of 20 years, Jim has studied Anatomy, Physiology, Exercise and Kinesiology, as well as studying the works of the French Osteopathic schools to understand and apply the underlying principles related to Manual Therapy. Quotes from Jim’s patients: "Jim has all the skill of a brain surgeon in those hands!" " When I injure myself, I always see Jim first!" " Jim is the best deal on the market...so worth it!" “My body works and feels better!”
505-239-0782

Location

Southeast corner of Spain and Juan Tabo 1100 Spain Rd NE Building E Albuquerque, NM  87111
Master Manual Therapist & Physical Trauma Specialist Relieving pain and injury since 1994

Welcome

How can I help?

Jim Stevens provides dedicated caring therapy that reduces pain, increases joint mobility, and reduces stress through his deep understanding of anatomy and the body's systems.  His long experience in physiotherapy and osteopathy bring the results you need.

Services Include:

Pain Relief Joint Mobility Massage Sports Massage Auto Accidents Workplace Injuries Physical Trauma Cranio-Sacral Visceral Manipulation

Hours by

Appointment:

   Mon: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Tue: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Wed: Closed    Thur: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Fri: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.    Sat: 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.    Sun: Closed

What conditions does manual

therapy treat?

The fact is, every pathology, discomfort and disease has a mechanical component. Therefore, manual therapy can help any condition. As an example, the thyroid treatment insures that the gland is moving freely within its environment and has adequate blood supply. Manual therapy does not “fix” the thyroid, but allows the thyroid to function at its optimal level. Make sure you mention all ailments, no matter how small, to your therapist so that they may serve you better. Some common ailments are:

What is manual therapy?

Manual Therapy is a science-based approach that uses the hands of a skilled practitioner to locate and treat lesions or injuries anywhere in the body.  It is an integrated treatment method that combines the underlying principles and concepts of:

Does manual therapy hurt?

As a Manual Therapist, Jim is dedicated to working with the body as gently as possible.   On occasion the body has been traumatized to a point that any touch could elicit a pain response. For example, an inflamed nerve or ligament may initially respond to touch very sharply, then calm within a few seconds.  Let Jim know if anything is uncomfortable and he will work with you to reduce discomfort.
By combining these sciences, the Manual Therapist improves the function of all body systems, thereby reducing pain, increasing ease of movement & mobility. Manual Therapy is the most effective way to treat pain, addressing the cause of the pain  and the symptoms.

What should you expect?

Most work is done while client is fully clothed. Therefore it is important to wear loose flexible clothing to insure your comfort.   If any muscle work is required to increase the effectiveness of the work, you will be asked to remove some clothing and cover with a sheet.

About Jim Stevens, LMT

#2782

Jim began his studies as a Massage Therapist in 1994 at Crystal Mountain School in Albuquerque, NM.  After working as a therapist, he returned to serve as faculty from 1998-2001.  Over the course of 20 years, Jim has studied Anatomy, Physiology, Exercise and Kinesiology, as well as studying the works of the French Osteopathic schools to understand and apply the underlying principles related to Manual Therapy. Quotes from Jim’s patients: "Jim has all the skill of a brain surgeon in those hands!" " When I injure myself, I always see Jim first!" " Jim is the best deal on the market...so worth it!" “My body works and feels better!”

Location

Southeast corner of Spain and Juan Tabo 1100 Spain Rd NE Building E Albuquerque, NM  87111
Master Manual Therapist & Physical Trauma Specialist Relieving pain and injury since 1994
505-239-0782