Garry E. Campbell, PT
Master of Science in Physical Therapy: Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC
Bachelor of Arts in Biology: State University of New York, Oswego, NY
Why did you choose this profession?
I went into this field because I feel I can help people lead better, more functional lives just as doctors did for me in high school when I suffered from severe kyphosis of the spine.
Professionally, I enjoy treating patients with musculoskeletal sports related injuries. The shoulder is my favorite joint to treat because it has so many different ranges of motion. I am also interested in teaching clinical skills to PT Students.
Personally, I love to golf and spend time on the St. Lawrence River. I am an avid SU Sports Fan.
Did you know?
As a young man, I was diagnosed with severe kyphosis and had to wear a Milwaukee brace throughout high school.
Favorite TV Show?
I belong to Masonic Lodge #950. We do many charitable events throughout the year including raising money for baskets of food for needy families at Easter, Toys for Kids; a program where we deliver toys and bikes to children through Peace, Inc, and a Safety ID program where we supply ID's and CD's to families which provides them with a source of identification in the event a person ever came up missing.
What do you believe is you best quality as a practitioner?
My compassion and enthusiasm! Listening to people's complaints and concerns and taking them into consideration all while trying to help them achieve the goals they set for themselves.
Aquatic Rehabilitation, Arthrogenic changes of the knee, ACL Injuries, Therapeutic Modalities, Rotator Cuff Syndrome, Low Back Disorders, Evaluation and Interventions for Musculoskeletal Injuries, The McKenzie Method: Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy for the Neck and Back, Integrated Neuromuscular Re-Education: Muscle Energy Therapy and Positional Release, "Learning on the fly" - Clinical Education
Maitland MT-1: Essential Peripheral Seminar
Aquatic Rehabilitation Systems I, II and III
Meet Garry and his family!