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Theresa Huber

Theresa A. Huber, OTR, RMT, NMT, has been a practicing occupational therapist since earning her degree from Colorado State University over 30 years ago. In 1989, she completed a 500-hour curriculum of massage therapy with Health Matters Massage Therapy School (now Mesilla Valley School of Therapeutic Arts) and became certified by the NCBTMB (National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Body Work) in 1992. Theresa also became a Certified Work Capacity Evaluator in 1988 and received certification of Testing Evaluation for Work Fitness and Disability by the American Disability Evaluation and Rehabilitation Institute in 1987. In addition, she has been a certified Trager Practitioner for 16 years and earned her certification as a Neuromuscular Therapist by the International Academy of NMT, Judith Walker Method, in 1992. Additionally, Theresa has studied Medical Aroma therapy extensively over the past 20 years and often incorporates it into her treatment protocols. With a professional focus in pain solutions, work hardening, work simulation, and job analysis, Theresa has lectured on the topics of pain syndromes and treatment, adaptive equipment, cumulative trauma disorders, and various other topics since 1985. Theresa co-authored an article in Occupational Therapy International which highlights her unique treatment protocol for Bell’s Palsy. As evidenced by her array of certifications and educational pursuits, Theresa is relentless in her endeavors to expand her knowledge in traditional and non-traditional methods of rehabilitation, as well as multi-disciplinary practices in order to provide the most benefit to her clients. She is truly driven by a passion to help empower her clients to be all that they desire, to overcome their disabilities. She believes that everyone deserves to have quality of living and being.