People in Business

2011-11-06T00:05:00Z People in Business Santa Maria Times
November 06, 2011 12:05 am

Rosenberry earns certification

Rob Rosenberry, owner of Rob Rosenberry Physical Therapy and Performance Fitness, recently received the Orthopedic Clinical Specialist certification from the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties.

To obtain the certification, candidates must submit evidence of required clinical practice in a specialty area, Rosenberry said.

In addition, they must complete a written examination demonstrating specialized knowledge and advanced clinical proficiency in a specialty area.

Rosenberry said he is the only physical therapist in the Santa Ynez Valley with the certification.

He also has specialties in orthopedic manual therapy and is certified by the Jones Institute in strain-counterstrain, a technique for treating muscle and joint pain and dysfunction.

Rosenberry’s facilities and services include outpatient physical therapy, aquatic rehabilitation, a fitness facility open to the public and a free health and fitness lecture series.

For more information, call 688-5000 or visit

Bailey returns to Boys & Girls Club

Allison Bailey has returned to serve as director of development for the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Maria Valley.

In that role, she will write grant applications and help with events and the upcoming Campaign for Kids 2012 drive.

Bailey held the position for 18 months from 1999 to 2000 before leaving the area to relocate with her husband, who serves in the military.

A San Jose State University recreation and marketing graduate, Bailey has several years of experience in development and event planning in the municipal and nonprofit sectors.

She has lived in Washington and North Carolina for the past 11 years, serving on several nonprofit organization boards and leading community activities.

For more information, call 922-7163.

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