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Great Bend home to new, specialized physical therapy clinic
Dr. Dan Quillin, orthopedic physical therapist

Dr. Dan Quillin, Barton County’s only board-certified orthopedic physical therapist, opened Catalyst Therapy & Sports Rehab after recently earning the “prestigious” certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists.

The new business is located in The Fieldhouse, 2817 9th, Great Bend, offering services for all physical therapy needs including orthopedic conditions.

The Orthopedic Clinical Specialist (OCS) certification provides formal recognition to physical therapists with advanced clinical knowledge, experience and skills within a special area of practice.

“The goal is to ensure patients receive the best care available,” Dr. Quillin said.  “Orthopedic Clinical Specialists are experts in evaluating and treating musculoskeletal conditions. Less than 5 percent of all physical therapists in the United States have the OCS certification.

“This highly sought-after recognition is unique and I am excited to bring this specialty to residents of Great Bend and surrounding communities,” he added. “I want to continue helping my neighbors in the Golden Belt heal from their injuries and pain.”

The clinic, which accepts most major insurances and Medicare, is currently accepting patients. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, visit or call 620-282-4825.

Dr. Quillin has lived in this area and provided physical therapy services here since 2015. He resides in Great Bend with his wife, Heather, and their three sons.