Campbell was attracted to a natural healing approach, using hands on techniques to manipulate the spine and body in order to optimise health and wellbeing. He resonated with the philosophy that your body is a self-healing, self-regulating organism and was interested in the relationship between the nervous system and the spine and how that relationship affects our health. Campbell believes and expects you to be able to run, jump, lift, bend and move well regardless of the injuries you’ve had or how old you are.
Campbell completed his undergraduate training and Clinical Masters degree at RMIT University in Melbourne and is currently working towards DIANM accreditation, a Diplomat certification from the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine.
After graduating, he worked in the Occupational Health and Safety industry as an Injury Management Consultant gaining valuable experience in office and vehicle ergonomics, task analysis, manual handling risk assessment and pre-employment screening tests.
Campbell is now solely in private practice and is a senior clinician in Melbourne.
He has a special interest in working with sporting teams, athletes, and the CrossFit community as well as working with pain sufferers of all ages and activity levels. Campbell grew up with a keen interest in many sports and played representative football and cricket so understands the physical and mental demands on the body and how chiropractic care can help with recovery, optimal function, and performance.
Campbell is a member of Chiropractic Australia and has undertaken further study in soft tissue therapy (ART), dry needling, movement assessment (SFMA and FMS), Neuro Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, and mindfulness.
When not in the office, Campbell enjoys spending time with his new family, strength and conditioning training, taking his dog for walks and meditation practice.