Kale and the positive people at Southwest Orthopaedic Physical Therapy ( SWOPT ) are extremely knowledgeable, fun people.
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Southwest Orthopaedic Physical Therapy was established in 2003 by Kale and Mary Isaacson. Kale is a physical therapist and Mary is a registered nurse, both with over 20 years of experience. Kale established the clinic with the philosophy that the mind and body go hand in hand, and has cultivated an environment for success by creating an upbeat and positive atmosphere. SWOPT incorporates orthopaedic and manual physical therapy, certified Kinesio Taping, certified hand therapy, certified myofascial therapy and massage therapy for a comprehensive approach to treatment. All of this is done in a relaxed, upbeat, and positive environment, with state-of -the-art equipment and treatment modalities to optimize patient outcomes. Our goal is to provide our patients quality care with a commitment towards healing and optimal well-being, both physically and emotionally. Our patients are treated with patience and respect, and the plan of care is modified to meet the individual's specific needs. Marilyn Bigney, LPTA joined SWOPT in 2007. Marilyn received her Physical Therapist Assistant degree in 1991 from Lehigh County Community College in Pennsylvania. Prior to that, Marilyn was employed as a PT tech for 20 years, focusing her education and clinical skills on myofascial release therapy, in particular, treatment of TMJ and neck disorders. Sean Portman, LMT, CMTPT joined SWOPT in 2004. Sean brings over 12 years of experience and a wealth of knowledge in the field of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy and the treatment of myofascial pain and dysfunction. Karen Garvin, OTR, CHT joined SWOPT in 2003 and is the owner of Albuquerque Hand Clinic. Karen received her occupational therapy degree at Western Michigan University in 1983. Karen is a certified hand therapist with over 20 years of expertise in upper extremity rehabilitation including work related injuries, repetitive motion disorders, post-operative conditions and ergonomic analysis. Karen has also been certified in Kinesio Taping Method since 2009. Karen Browning, PT, CGST joined SWOPT in 2009. Karen received her physical therapy degree at Texas Tech University in 1989. Karen is a native of NM with over 20 years of experience in both inpatient and outpatient rehab settings. Karen is a certified geriatric strength trainer and specializes in joint replacement and sports specific rehab. Karen is coordinator for the indoor USA Track and Field. Jean Holm, MPT, CKTP joined SWOPT in 2008 after earning her degree in physical therapy at University of New Mexico. Jean is originally from Arizona and moved to Albuquerque to complete her education. Jean specializes in sports specific rehab and has been certified in Kinesio Taping Method since 2009. She also has a specific skill set in treating Vertigo and balance disorders. Leslie Boone, MPT, CKTP joined SWOPT in 2006 after completing her degree in physical therapy at University of New Mexico. Leslie is a native of NM. She has been certified in Kinesio Taping Method since 2009 and has a special interest in TMJ and jaw dysfunction. Kale Isaacson, PT, owner of Southwest Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. Kale received his physical therapy degree at University of New Mexico in 1988. Kale is a bilingual native of NM with over 20 years of clinical experience in orthopaedic and manual physical therapy. He has been in private practice since 2003.
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