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Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital provides a full continuum of physical therapy.

Our physical therapists are dedicated to helping patients achieve their rehabilitation goals and attaining their best possible quality of life. We work to provide greater strength, endurance, balance, coordination, range of motion and mobility to patients who are recovering from injuries or surgeries, as well as patients with bone, muscle and nerve disorders.

Some of our physical therapy programs include:

  • Aquatics program
  • Balance and vestibular rehabilitation
  • Brain Injury Program
  • Breast cancer rehabilitation *
  • Certified wheelchair evaluations
  • Concussion therapy and testing program
  • Continence program *
  • Fall prevention
  • Foot and ankle rehabilitation
  • Hand and upper extremity rehabilitation
  • Interventional Pain Clinic
  • Lymphedema program *
  • Neurological disorders
  • Massage therapy
  • Pelvic floor rehabilitation *
  • Runner's Clinic *
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Sports injuries
  • Sports Metrics™ ACL Injury Prevention Program *
  • Stroke program
  • Women's health

* Services marked with an asterick are offered at the Lovelace Women's Hospital Outpatient Rehabilitation Clinic only.

Additional services

  • Psychology
  • Neuropsychology
  • Interventional Pain Clinic

Stroke therapy

A stroke can cause problems with speech, vision, memory, balance or coordination. It can leave part of the body weakened or paralyzed, among other physical problems. Patients may have to relearn how to walk, talk, or do daily activities.

At Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital, we focus on helping our patients regain life skills and learn new ways to do tasks. Our comprehensive program also addresses each patient's personal goals. Here are some of the physical and mental problems that a stroke can cause:

  • Weakness or paralysis on one side of the body, or in one arm or leg
  • Muscle stiffness or muscle spasms
  • Balance or coordination problems
  • Difficulty speaking or understanding speech
  • Being unaware or ignoring one side of the body, or being unaware of the stroke's effects
  • Memory, thinking or learning problems
  • Pain, numbness or odd sensations
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Bowel or bladder control problems
  • Fatigue
  • Depression

A team effort

Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital's team of therapists helps patients achieve their health and wellness goals.

  • Physical therapists help patients with movement, balance and coordination problems
  • Occupational therapists work with each patient to regain daily living skills.
  • Speech and language pathologists help with language skills

For more information about our services, or to schedule an appointment, contact us at:

Outpatient Centralized Scheduling
Phone: 505.727.4725
Fax: 505.727.9271
Pain clinic: 505.727.7177

Lovelace Rehabilitation Hospital
505 Elm St. N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87102