Dr. Campbell has spent her clinical career rehabilitating athletes at all levels from youth to professional, as well as individuals in the general population. Currently, she works at Belmont University School of Physical Therapy. She also specializes in the assessment and treatment of hip pathology at Nashville Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center.
Dr. Campbell's passion has always been in sports medicine and more specifically in the injury prevention. She feels that many of the sports-related, often season-ending injuries could be prevented with proper screenings and interventions and enjoys educating students as well as other medical professionals on these topics.
In the world of orthopedic surgery, arthroscopic hip surgery is a relatively "new" procedure. There are a growing number of surgeons performing these procedures, but postoperative protocols can be highly variable. This course is intended…Read More See Course Details
Management of hip pathology can be challenging for both the novice and experienced clinician. Due to the extensive anatomy, proximity, overlap in symptoms to other pathologies, and a relatively new knowledge base with regards to intra-articular…Read More See Course Details
The multilayered anatomy of the hip, as well as its close proximity to complex regions such as the lumbar spine and SI joint, can create a challenge for the orthopedic and sports clinician when assessing and diagnosing hip related pathologies.…Read More See Course Details
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