Beth Moody Jones, PT, DPT, MS, OCS

Beth Moody Jones, PT, DPT, MS, OCS

Beth Jones, PT, DPT is one or our pelvis (Sacroiliac joint) and spine specialist at Langford Sports & Physical Therapy.  She is a professor or anatomy and orthopedics at UNM's School of Physical Therapy, and also has extensive experience treating TMJ (jaw) problems.

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Adam Walsh, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT

Adam Walsh, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS, FAAOMPT

Adam Walsh, PT, DPT is an orthopedic clinical specialist and sport specialist at Langford Sports & Physical Therapy. He is a professor of orthopedics at UNM's Physical Therapy Program, and has presented at national and local physical therapy conferences.

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Genevieve Richter, PT, DPT

Genevieve Richter, PT, DPT

Genevieve Richter, PT, DPT is one of our two very talented pelvic floor and women's health therapists at Langford Sports & Physical Therapy.  Genevieve , and she works with women and men with incontinence or pelvic pain, and works with women around and after pregnancy to help improve function and pain.

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Tristan Malin, PT, DPT

Tristan Malin, PT, DPT

Tristan Malin, PT, DPT is an empowering, engaged physical therapist at Langford Sports & Physical Therapy. He brings his experiences as a father and runner to his treatments, and loves to work with people of all ages and abilities.

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Karen Lovely, PT, DPT

Karen Lovely, PT, DPT

Karen Lovely, PT, DPT is a a passionate physical therapist who particularly enjoys working with recreational athletes and older adults, and is trained to treat patients with dizziness, vertigo, and balance impairments. Karen is very involved in our professional organization, the American Physical Therapy Association.

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Michelle Salas, PT, DPT

Michelle Salas, PT, DPT

Michelle Salas, PT, DPT is a passionate physical therapist who enjoys working with people of all ages and abilities to maximize their unique expression of movement. She does yoga and runs, and she is a new mountain biker. Michelle has extra experience in treating recreational athletes and children, as well as jaw and shoulder pain.

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