Paradigm Physical Therapy and Wellness aims to provide the most comprehensive physical therapy care in a fun and healing environment while delivering professional, quality service with the highest commitment to patient care and well-being.
Our evaluations assess the whole body by looking at the involved structures as related to neurophysiology, posture, biomechanics, muscle function, and movement patterns.
Our treatments center on specific training and manual facilitation to restore proper movement and function through muscular adaptation and neural control.
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“I want to thank the entire staff at Paradigm Physical Therapy and Wellness, for their healing environment, kindness and support. I want to especially thank Jamila Nicks, PTA and Josh Garcia, PTA/BBA for their professionalism and support. Due to your guidance and encouragement, I am closer to seeing some my goals realized. Read More ...
Los Lunas Location
My wife had a severe stroke. Our experience here found all of the therapists skilled and understanding. We've been using the gym now 2yrs. Unlike many gyms, trained therapists are able to advise you for a well balanced workout taking into consideration your disabilities. They also accept a number of insurances. It sure works well for us.
In the first part of our article “No Back Pain, Can You Dig It?: Gardening tips to avoid straining your back – PART 1” we talked about KEEPING IT CLOSE!, the first golden rule of safe gardening and why its important to “keep tools, plants, and loads close to you: The less reaching you have […]
As summer gets in full swing, the garden beckons. And often, with yard work comes a hefty side of back pain. However, with a few simple body mechanics tips, you can enjoy your gardening without stressing your back. Here are a few golden rules to keep in mind: KEEP IT CLOSE! Keep tools, plants, and […]
One of the most frequently asked questions that I receive from patients following joint replacement surgeries is “how much will I be able to move my limb after surgery”? One of the biggest factors in the amount of motion that a patient will acquire following joint replacement surgery is, how much motion did you have […]
According to the National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, every year in the United States, more than one million Americans undergo a total or partial joint replacement surgery. About 60% of all joint replacements, the most common being hip and knee replacements, are performed on women. Women have a higher incidence of joint […]