Galo Constante M.D.

As a Family Practice physician, Osteopathic manipulation techniques have been incorporated successfully on a daily basis on literally hundreds of patients. Myofascial pathology and manipulation adds a dimension of understanding that Dr. Constante weaves together with his traditional medicine training to improve the health and longevity of his patients.


Osteopathic College of Ontario. Canada. 
Diplomate in Osteopathic Manipulative Theory and Practice.

Universidad Central de Ecuador. Quito, Ecuador. 
Medical Doctor Degree.


Rush-Copley Medical Center. Aurora, Illinois. 
A member of Rush-Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center. Family Practice Program. Inpatient and outpatient medicine. Performed several procedures: Colposcopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, central lines, lumbar punctures, ventilator management, skin biopsy, normal deliveries.

St. Mary of Nazareth Hospital. Chicago, Illinois.
Family Practice Residency Program. PGY-1.

University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital
Latin American Training Program at Jackson Memorial Medical Center in Internal Medicine. Served on Internal Medicine, Cardiology Wards, 
Infectious Diseases and Pathology.

“Hospital Voz Andes”. Quito, Ecuador. 
Clinical based program encompassing all phases of medicine.  Worked in inpatient and ambulatory medicine including ICU. Performed multiple procedures: Central line placement, lumbar puncture, bone marrow biopsy, and ventilator management.


Constante Family Practice; Fort Myers, F.
Family Practice Physician
Private practice with inpatient care. Pediatrics, Gynecology, Medicine and Geriatrics.

Specialists in Health Care; Fort Myers, Fl.
Family Practice Physician 
Hospitalist. Assumed responsibility with inpatient care. History-taking, therapeutics, prognosis, and management.

Family Health Centers; Fort Myers, Fl.
Family Practice Physician 
Delivered patient care in a clinical setting. Assumed responsibility with inpatient and outpatient care. History-taking, therapeutics, prognosis, management and minor surgery. Preceptor for students in the office.

Quintiles, Inc., Atlanta, GA.
Clinical Research Associate 
In charge of monitoring Clinical Trial Sites in the U.S. Responsibilities include reviewing Clinical Research Files and monitoring all phases of new studies conducted in Research Centers.                                             


  • Efficacy and safety of two fixed doses of SR 58611A compared to placebo in Patients with Major Depression.
  • A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled, Safety and Tolerability Study of SR 57746A in Patients with Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type.
  • An Open lab 6 months extension of SDZ ENA713 Studies B351-352 to prospectively evaluate the long term safety, tolerability and efficacy of 1-6 mg BID SANDOZ ENA713 in outpatients with probable Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • Long term treatment with Metrifonate for patients with probable Alzheimer’s Disease.


UNICEF: “El Niño Rura: Situación y Perspectivas” (Rural Children: Situation and Perspectives).


2012                ACLS and BLS Certification
2006                Pediatric ACLS
2004                Neonatal ACLS 
2013                Fully licensed in State of Florida 
2012                Drug Enforcement Agency Registered
2009                Board Recertified in Family Practice 
2002                Board Certified in Family Practice                  
2011                Fully licensed in State of Illinois                     
1991                Fully licensed Medical Doctor; Quito, Ecuador.


Colegio Médico de Pichincha; Quito, Ecuador. 
Member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. 
Member of the American Medical Association.
Member of the Florida Medical Association.
Member of the Florida Academy of Family Practice.