At ABQ Scoliosis and Spine Therapy we we are passionate about treating scoliosis and spinal conditions as well as prenatal and postpartum care. We have studied extensively to bring the very best treatments to our practice. Treatment may include soft tissue mobilization, taping, dry needling, cupp...

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Lisa Page


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Lisa Page has a doctorate degree in physical therapy and has been a PT since 1995. Certified in Schroth therapy since 2014 and SEAS since 2016 she enjoys seeing the progress people can make with improved awareness and understanding of their scoliosis diagnosis.She has been a guild certified Feldenkrais practitioner since 2003. She has extensive knowledge in the areas of posture, body mechanics, ergonomics and movement. She looks at patients in a holistic way and empowers them with techniques they can apply to feel better. In her free time Lisa loves walking in the bosque, communing with plants and animals and making art.

Claire Shores


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Claire Shores is a native New Mexican. She graduated from the University of New Mexico with her BS in Nutrition in 2009, and completed her doctorate in physical therapy at UNM's School of Medicine in 2014. She has worked as a physical therapist in multiple outpatient, inpatient, and home health settings, but she found her passion in supporting women's pelvic health. She specializes in women's health and pelvic floor rehabilitation and CAPP certified through the American Physical Therapy Association to better help care for women with pelvic floor dysfunction. She is an advocate for pelvic health and fitness before and after pregnancy to help with common postpartum issues such as incontinece, dyspurnia (pain with sex), diastis recti, as well as other back and pelvic pain. Claire is grateful that she can bring her skills to serving women in New Mexico, and she looks forward to helping patients find therapeutic solutions for a happier healthier life.

Karen Pettine


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Karen Pettine is a New Mexico native, University of New Mexico alumna, and bilingual in Spanish and English.  She earned her doctorate degree in physical therapy from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine in 2016.  Following the completion of her degree, Karen trained at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Camelback Sports Medicine in Phoenix, Arizona.  She completed her BSPTS C1 and C2 Schroth certification with Dr. Hagit Berdishevsky at Hunter College in New York.  She was first exposed to Schroth as a patient herself learning to manage her own scoliosis.  This experience led to a passion for assisting others with the management of scoliosis.  As a complement to Schroth, Karen is also dry needle certified.  She enjoys working closely with each client to help promote life long spinal health.  

Susan Halbig


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Susan Halbig is a qualified physical therapist who trained at The University of New Mexico School of Medicine, with a BS in Exercise Physiology. Since completing her doctorate in physical therapy in 2014, she has discovered her passion for continual learning and goal of providing conservative treatment options for those diagnosed with scoliosis in the state of New Mexico. With four years of pediatric experience and the management of her own scoliosis she is able to provide empathetic treatment that will be individualized for each client. She works together with her clients to empower and encourage self care and conservative management for their condition. She completed her BSPTS Schroth C1 Training in 2016 and BSPTS C2 certification in 2019.

Barbara McMahon-Crabtree

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Barbara McMahon-Crabtree graduated in 2000 from the University of St. Augustine with her degree in physical therapy. She earned her certification in functional manual therapy (CMFT) in 2006 and recertified in 2016. Functional manual therapy is a philosophy and structured system of patient care is founded on the recognition that all tissues of the body are intricately interconnected and that efficient balance and movement requires a dynamic interaction between the mechanical, neuromuscular and motor control systems. In her spare time, Barbara enjoys tennis, hiking in the foothills, and continued learning.

Aidan Houlihan

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Beth Griffith

Massage Therapist

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Beth has been a licensed massage therapist for the past 10 years, specializing in dynamic injury rehab through massage and deep therapeutic tissue treatments. She earned a BSEd in biology education while enjoying a career as a professional dancer, choreographer and director. She eventually focused her energies on massage as way to help prevent injury and rehabilitate other dancers. She is married with 6 spectacular kids and 14 grandkids.


6721 Academy Rd. NE, SUITE D
Albuquerque, NM 87109


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