Applying rehabilitation to everyday life tasks.
Our Hours
M - F, 7am - 6pm
By Appointment

Our Vision

To be a company that attracts, rewards, and retains highly skilled physical therapy staff. Our proactive approach to the development of best business practices and promotion of effective treatment methods will help us accomplish this.

Our Philosophy

Physio Physical Therapy is committed to providing high quality outpatient physical therapy services in beautiful state-of-the-art facilities.

As a healthcare leader we partner with groups and events within the communities we serve. Our focus on our physical therapists continuing education is unmatched and guarantees our physical therapists understand and put into practice cutting-edge treatments and rehabilitation techniques available for all types of injuries and conditions.

Our Mission

Providing the best care to our patients is paramount.

High Quality

Physical Therapy Plus only employs masters level Physical Therapists.

Patient Care

We’ll provide hands-on treatment in the office and education you can take home with you, enabling you to become an active participant in your recovery and future physical health.

Professional Service

Our therapists are attentive professionals who strive to provide a productive and enjoyable rehabilitation.

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Our Therapists

Petra Pirc

Petra Pirc

Owner

Petra recently purchased Physical Therapy Plus from Annette Weyrauch and is hoping to continue the legacy of excellent patient care and a motto of “one patient, one therapist, one hour” as a cornerstone of successful client-therapist relationship. Native of Slovenia, Petra is a 1998 graduate in Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Utah. In her 20-year span as a physical therapist, her work experience includes intensive care burn therapy, pediatric orthopedics at Shriners hospital, developmental physical therapy for Los Alamos Public Schools and outpatient physical therapy at Physical Therapy Plus. Her treatment philosophy is that movement is the medicine for musculo-skeletal problems, and that dysfunction arises when there is a chronic imbalance in either strength or flexibility compared to the demands we put on our bodies. Healing happens when strength/flexibility balance is restored and patients attain the so called strength threshold that restores the normal movement patterns and reduces the strain on joints and tendons. Petra is interested in offering pediatric therapy service as part of Physical Therapy Plus. Petra moved to Los Alamos in 2003 and has been involved in various community projects, including founding and organizing Moms in Motion and Pajarito Trail Fest. Petra is a mother of two wonderful children, with whom she shares her love of skiing, mountain biking, running and all things outdoors.

Annette Weyrauch

Annette Weyrauch

MSPT

Annette received her degree in Physical Therapy in Neustadt, Germany in 1983. In 1986 she moved to the USA; in 1988 she opened her practice in Los Alamos, NM. Her specialties include treatment of lymphedema, chronic pain, neurological issues, and orthopedic cases. Annette is a Naturopathic Doctor and has received a diploma in Iridology. Annette speaks fluent German and enjoys conversing in and brushing up on her German skills any chance that she gets! She also enjoys karate, bicycling, hiking, and many other outdoor activities. She is a world traveler who is always happy to share her experiences around the world.

Mari Jorgensen

Mari Jorgensen

DPT

Mari relocated from Atlanta, GA in 2008 after a midlife career change. She has a Master’s in Business and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from GSU. She loves treating orthopedic cases, sports injuries, neurological dynamics, women’s health, and back and neck pain. Mari is a certified yoga instructor, in her spare time she enjoys gardening, bicycling, hiking, and winter sports.

Christian Quijano

Christian Quijano

Physical Therapist

Christian graduated with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, Colorado in May of 2018. Through clinical education at the University of New Mexico Hospital, he came to appreciate the enchanting desert south west and the unique healthcare needs of Northern New Mexico. Christian seeks to empower his clients with the knowledge and awareness to improve their movement so that they can optimize their health and wellness and achieve their goals. Focusing on orthopedics, he has a special interest in both shoulder and lower extremity dysfunction. Christian draws from his awareness of movement in sports to rehabilitate athletes of all levels, with specialty in running and rock climbing analysis. When not engaged with patient care in Santa Fe and Los Alamos, he can be found trail running, rock climbing and scheming new wilderness adventures. SPECIALTIES & INTERESTS General and complex orthopedic conditions Persistent and chronic pain Post-surgical rehabilitation and sports injuries

Christian Montoya

Christian Montoya

Physical Therapist

Christian has been working for Physical Therapy Plus since 2017. He received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Regis University in Denver, Colorado, and his Bachelor's degree in Physiology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Christian got into Physical Therapy after a snowboarding injury led to surgery. During rehabilitation, he gained an appreciation of the time and care that a Physical Therapist is able to give patients, and quickly realized that it was his lif’s work to help people recover and improve physically. He enjoys treating all types of cases, especially balance issues and stroke recovery. He believes that empowering people to become health conscious and self-reliable is the most effective way to improve health in the long term. Being from Pojoaque, he is glad to be home and working with people from his community. He enjoys snowboarding, hiking, rock climbing, camping, mountains, the ocean, and video games - and is happy to talk extensively about any of them.

Kelli Maginot

Kelli Maginot

Physical Therapist

Kelli recently relocated to Los Alamos in December 2018 with her husband Pete and 3 young kids from Livermore, California. Originally born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, Kelli attended Texas A&M University, earning a BS in Kinesiology, and Texas Woman's University in Houston, earning a Doctorate in Physical Therapy. Kelli practiced in Bryan, Texas for 4 years in acute inpatient rehabilitation prior to moving to California. In California, she practiced for 3 years in acute care and outpatient rehabilitation. Kelli treats patients in our Los Alamos clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays and raises her 3 boys Peter age 8, Gregory age 4, and Zachary age 1 when not at the clinic. She enjoys spending time with her family including hiking and skiing. Kelli is accepting new patients, call us today to schedule an appointment!

Mary Grow

Mary Grow

PTA

Mary Grow, PTA, enjoys treating a variety of patients. She has experience working with general orthopedic injuries and surgeries and has extra training working with pediatric patients, recreational athletes, and people dealing with dizziness, vertigo and balance issues. In her free time she loves to be outdoors, often with her kids in tow. She finds any excuse to play in the mountains especially if it involves hiking, biking, running or camping. She also loves helping kids be active working as a youth NICA mountain bike coach.

Hanju

Hanju

Physical Therapist

Hanju has been a licensed physical therapist since she graduated from the physical therapy department of the National Taiwan University in 2002. She earned her master’s degree by researching the Kinesio tape and lymphedema treatment in 2006 and got her physical therapist licenses in the United States in 2009. Hanju moved to Los Alamos in 2007 and fell in love with the great atmosphere of this little town where she can hike in the Summer and ski in the Winter. She is the mother of three wonderful children. She enjoys Zumba dancing, yoga, and Pilates. She is fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese, and Taiwanese. Hanju is interested in integrating the techniques of Pilates and yoga into practice, especially focusing on core engagement. She specializes is general orthopedic injury, S-I joint dysfunction, shoulder girdle dysfunction, post- operative recovery, reducing swelling, Kinesio-taping, lymphedema drainage and scar management, etc. She also enjoys working with kids! She is enthusiastic about walking clients through their difficulty to decrease their pain and maximize their functional level.

Camille Sackett-Wescott

Camille Sackett-Wescott

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Camille graduated with a Master of Science in Occupational therapy from Western Michigan University in 1998. She worked on the acute care and rehab units of a hospital for her first few years as an OT, but soon transitioned to pediatrics. She has been a pediatric OT for 20 years. Her expertise includes sensory integration and reflex integration. She treats children with delays in fine-motor skills, self-care skills, difficulties with attention or focusing, handwriting deficits, developmental delays, poor visual skills, and other occupations of childhood. Her philosophy includes finding activities which are intrinsically motivating for kids. Her favorite part of occupational therapy happens when kids learn they can master new skills through perseverance. Camille lives with her wonderful husband, two teenagers, a cat and a dog. They love hiking, skiing, rock climbing, a good book, and vegging out in front of the TV.