Gallien Therapy Services was formed in June of 2005 by Ron and Pam Gallien. After practicing in Otero County for many years, they decided to establish a practice that would allowed them to provide patients of the Tularosa Basin the best in rehabilitative services. Specialized orthopedic physical therapy and a wide range of speech therapy services are available.
OUR PROMISE TO OUR PATIENTSCommitment to patient care Specialty treatment in the areas of orthopedic physical therapy; speech therapy Individualized treatment program specific to each patient A caring staff Comfortable, friendly atmosphere Education regarding your injury and the rehabilitation process Team Approach to therapy with patient, physician, and therapist working together toward a common goal.
WHAT MAKES OUR PHYSICAL THERAPY DIFFERENT
Gallien Therapy has only one focus: Orthopedic Physical Therapy. By specializing in just this one field of physical therapy practice, we can provide our patients with the most specialized care after an orthopedic injury or accident. We feel that having one focus leads to better outcome for our patients.
Gallien Therapy understands the significance of each patient’s orthopedic injury or condition. Every person is unique and their rehab must reflect that fact. Our therapists tailor an individual treatment plan for each patient. We know that rehabilitation is a team effort with patient, physician, and physical therapist working together to gain the best results.
We are proud to have the only board certified orthopedic physical therapist practicing in Otero County. Ron Gallien has been Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist for over 11 years. He has more than 25 years of experience to offer.
WHY CHOOSE A BOARD CERTIFIED ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALIST FOR YOU PHYSICAL THERAPY PATIENT?
You want the best. You make sure you are seeing a certified orthopedic physician/surgeon to ensure the best possible outcome. It stands to reason, you would want the most qualified physical therapy care for rehabilitation. That is why when your choosing physical therapy care, you want to work with a board certified orthopedic specialist.
Becoming a Board Certified Specialist is one of the ways that our therapist exemplifies clinical excellence. Specialist certification, established by the American Physical Therapy Association, requires a broad base of professional experience, education, clinical knowledge, and skill related to a particular area of practice.
To become board certified, therapists must first qualify to sit for a specialist certification examination. Holding a current license, having a minimum of 2,000 clinical hours in the specialty area, and the approval of a council established by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists are some of the eligibility requirements to take the test. Therapists must then pass the certification examination that tests knowledge and responsibilities in areas such as: Evaluation, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Intervention, Outcomes, Anatomy, Evidence Based Theory, and Movement Science.