Roger started his exercise science career in 1985 as an Army Master Fitness Trainer, where he physically prepared troops for combat readiness. With the GI Bill, Campbell obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise Science from Utah State University, followed by a Master of Science Degree from the University of Utah, in Clinical Exercise Physiology.
Campbell's greatest passion is working for the functional restoration and independence of medically complex patients. While serving with the University of Utah's Lung Transplant program in the 90’s, Campbell realized that greater restorative measures could be implemented to improve the functional independence of patients, and he set his focus on rehabilitation program development. Campbell spends his best energies developing, implementing, and promoting specialized rehabilitation programs including Go Cancer Rehab (http://www.rehabsys.com/gocancerrehab/about.php)
Campbell and Schwartz serve as consultants to hospitals, rehabilitation agencies, and wellness organizations in the development of special rehabilitation services.
Additionally, Campbell is committed to the continuing education of health care professionals as a serving panel member of the industries, first accredited, Cancer Specialist certification produced by the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Cancer Society.