Jim Steven's Manual Therapy - Albuquerque, NM, Northeast Heights

About Jim Stevens Manual

Therapy

Long-term health and well-being through

preventative manual therapy

Every person who walks through these doors is dealing with something. They all want relief from their pain, stress, immobility, injury, or trauma. These individuals put their trust in these hands, knowing I will do my very best to serve and aid in their recovery.

Health and well-being of my patients

I am dedicated to heath and well-being of my patients through whole-body preventative care that includes both body and mind.  If you think about it, massage therapists practicing manual therapy spend 60 to 90 minutes with their clients which is much more time than general doctors or practitioners.  Therefore, well-informed therapists can identify many issues to be addressed directly or for referral to your other providers.  My passion for understanding different medical disciplines allows me to identify many potential issues.  If I can help, great!  If I cannot, I will let you know and suggest you seek other providers as needed.

Jim and his patients

Jim is dedicated to the health and well-being of his patients.  He is here to help you feel the best, as good as possible, and work with you on your objectives.  You’ll find testimonials and endorsements for Jim in various locations on this site.  Some include: "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!” See other more detailed comments from Jim’s patients across this website such on specific sports massage pages.
505-239-0782
Master Manual Therapist & Physical Trauma Specialist Relieving pain and injury since 1994

Jim Stevens’ background, LMT #2782

Jim began his studies as a Massage Therapist in 1994 at Crystal Mountain School of Massage Therapy, located in Albuquerque, NM. After working as a therapist for several years, he returned to serve as faculty from 1998-2001, he then served on Faculty for Southwest Healthcare Institute from 2002-2004. In 2006, he became the manager in charge of curriculum development For Socratic Manual Therapies, where he co-wrote two books, “Developing Personal Ethics,” and “The Ethics of Cancer and Contagious Disease.” He is currently working on a third book entitled “Mastering Manual Therapy.” Over the course of 25 years, Jim has studied Anatomy and Physiology, Exercise, and Kinesiology.  He has done a great deal of research and documentation. He is continuously experimenting and trying new ideas to serve both his patients and the field of Manual medicine. This attitude has allowed him to become a true pioneer in the field of manual medicine. As with anyone who strives for greatness, one must be able to learn from others as well. For Jim, continuing education has been paramount in developing his understanding of the human body. He has studied with such greats as, “The International Association of Healthcare Educators,”“The Barral Institute,” “Socratic Manual Therapies,” “The Upledger Institute”, “Wagner Elite,” and “Central NM Community College,” where he currently studies Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, and Physiology, maintaining a 3.9 GPA. Jim’s work is largely influenced by his association with his colleagues. He surrounds himself with Osteopaths, Chiropractors, MDs, and physical therapists that he calls friends, taking their work and incorporating it into his own. He has spent the past 20 years studying the works of the French Osteopathic schools in order to better understand and apply the underlying principles related to Manual Therapy.
Jim Steven's Manual Therapy - Albuquerque, NM, Northeast Heights

Policies for Late arrival, Cancellation, Privacy

If you’d like to learn more about my policies on these and other topics, please visit the Policies Page of this website.

Location

See the Contact page for our location.
Many injuries result from a long-term build-up caused by a series of smaller, insignificant injuries. The primary benefit of consistent care lies in the addressing of these smaller lesions and injuries. When we remove the strain caused by a slight injury, we reduce the likelihood of great injury in the future. This is why it is called it preventive medicine. Every patient is different, and no two are ever the same. However, it is my ideal that each individual will become increasingly more aware of his or her body, and the way their body responds to different influences. That each individual feels better, moves with greater ease, and has a greater appreciation of what it means to take care of oneself. We can offer advice on diet, exercise, nutrition, sleep and multiple other viewpoints. Ultimately, the ideal is to teach patients how to better care for themselves. Over 25 years of practice, I have had the opportunity to work with everybody from world- class athletes, to those in hospice care, treating thousands of patients from new-born through adult. All of it has been an honor to be a part. Here you can read a few testimonials of those I have been able to serve through the years.
Soccer Manual Therapy “Now that I am back in the Albuquerque area where my passion for playing soccer is still alive, I am grateful to have found Jim Stevens. The manual therapy work he has done for me and my family is priceless.” -- Derek Dodrill, soccer player, CD Aguiluchos USA, Santa Clara Storm, Kansas Wesleyan University Tennis Manual Therapy “High-level athletes know that recovering is as important as intense training, and ideally they work hand in hand. I feel that having Jim as my therapist while I was attending UNM was a distinct advantage over the other athletes who did not. I am very grateful to have Jim on my team, knowing his work is decisive at the top level.” -- Nicolas Dubey, tennis player, UNM, AZ State

Pricing

See the Prices page for our location.

Hours of operation

See the home page for our hours of operation. I operate by appointment only.  Please call, email, or send a note on the contact page.

About Jim

Stevens

Manual

Therapy

Long-term health

and well-being

through

preventative

manual therapy

Every person who walks through these doors is dealing with something. They all want relief from their pain, stress, immobility, injury, or trauma. These individuals put their trust in these hands, knowing I will do my very best to serve and aid in their recovery.

Jim and his patients

Jim is dedicated to the health and well-being of his patients.  He is here to help you feel the best, as good as possible, and work with you on your objectives.  You’ll find testimonials and endorsements for Jim in various locations on this site.  Some include: "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!” See other more detailed comments from Jim’s patients across this website such on specific sports massage pages.
Master Manual Therapist & Physical Trauma Specialist Relieving pain and injury since 1994
505-239-0782

Health and well-being of my

patients

I am dedicated to heath and well-being of my patients through whole-body preventative care that includes both body and mind.  If you think about it, massage therapists practicing manual therapy spend 60 to 90 minutes with their clients which is much more time than general doctors or practitioners.  Therefore, well-informed therapists can identify many issues to be addressed directly or for referral to your other providers.  My passion for understanding different medical disciplines allows me to identify many potential issues.  If I can help, great!  If I cannot, I will let you know and suggest you seek other providers as needed.

Jim Stevens’ background, LMT

#2782

Jim began his studies as a Massage Therapist in 1994 at Crystal Mountain School of Massage Therapy, located in Albuquerque, NM. After working as a therapist for several years, he returned to serve as faculty from 1998-2001, he then served on Faculty for Southwest Healthcare Institute from 2002-2004. In 2006, he became the manager in charge of curriculum development For Socratic Manual Therapies, where he co-wrote two books, “Developing Personal Ethics,” and “The Ethics of Cancer and Contagious Disease.” He is currently working on a third book entitled “Mastering Manual Therapy.” Over the course of 25 years, Jim has studied Anatomy and Physiology, Exercise, and Kinesiology.  He has done a great deal of research and documentation. He is continuously experimenting and trying new ideas to serve both his patients and the field of Manual medicine. This attitude has allowed him to become a true pioneer in the field of manual medicine. As with anyone who strives for greatness, one must be able to learn from others as well. For Jim, continuing education has been paramount in developing his understanding of the human body. He has studied with such greats as, “The International Association of Healthcare Educators,”“The Barral Institute,” “Socratic Manual Therapies,” “The Upledger Institute”, “Wagner Elite,” and “Central NM Community College,” where he currently studies Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy, and Physiology, maintaining a 3.9 GPA. Jim’s work is largely influenced by his association with his colleagues. He surrounds himself with Osteopaths, Chiropractors, MDs, and physical therapists that he calls friends, taking their work and incorporating it into his own. He has spent the past 20 years studying the works of the French Osteopathic schools in order to better understand and apply the underlying principles related to Manual Therapy.

Policies for Late arrival,

Cancellation, Privacy

If you’d like to learn more about my policies on these and other topics, please visit the Policies Page of this website.

Location

See the Contact page for our location.
Many injuries result from a long-term build-up caused by a series of smaller, insignificant injuries. The primary benefit of consistent care lies in the addressing of these smaller lesions and injuries. When we remove the strain caused by a slight injury, we reduce the likelihood of great injury in the future. This is why it is called it preventive medicine. Every patient is different, and no two are ever the same. However, it is my ideal that each individual will become increasingly more aware of his or her body, and the way their body responds to different influences. That each individual feels better, moves with greater ease, and has a greater appreciation of what it means to take care of oneself. We can offer advice on diet, exercise, nutrition, sleep and multiple other viewpoints. Ultimately, the ideal is to teach patients how to better care for themselves. Over 25 years of practice, I have had the opportunity to work with everybody from world-class athletes, to those in hospice care, treating thousands of patients from new-born through adult. All of it has been an honor to be a part. Here you can read a few testimonials of those I have been able to serve through the years.
Soccer Manual Therapy “Now that I am back in the Albuquerque area where my passion for playing soccer is still alive, I am grateful to have found Jim Stevens. The manual therapy work he has done for me and my family is priceless.” -- Derek Dodrill, soccer player, CD Aguiluchos USA, Santa Clara Storm, Kansas Wesleyan University Tennis Manual Therapy “High-level athletes know that recovering is as important as intense training, and ideally they work hand in hand. I feel that having Jim as my therapist while I was attending UNM was a distinct advantage over the other athletes who did not. I am very grateful to have Jim on my team, knowing his work is decisive at the top level.” -- Nicolas Dubey, tennis player, UNM, AZ State

Hours of operation

See the home page for our hours of operation. I operate by appointment only.  Please call, email, or send a note on the contact page.

Pricing

See the Prices page for our location.