Growing up I tried my hand at most sports under the sun, and I loved athletics, basketball and touch football.
Injuries plagued my young sporting career so I became interested in the mechanisms behind injuries and what influences injury risk and performance. This led me down the Exercise Physiology/Strength & Conditioning pathway and fueled my passion for sports performance, injury prevention/rehabilitation, and physiology.
The knowledge and experience I have gained throughout my career has led me to truly believe that exercise is the best medicine.
Campbell graduated from James Cook University with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2014 and practiced full time before completing a Masters in Strength and Conditioning through Edith Cowan University in 2019. Through his career he has worked predominantly with musculoskeletal, metabolic and athletic populations with a keen interest in mentorship and education.
Campbell has a keen interest in the physiology and functional anatomy of the human body and ensures he educates all his clients on strategies to manage their specific needs. His goal is to get every client motivated to take control of their health so they can live a happy and energetic life!
When Campbell isn’t in the clinic you’ll find him at the beach, trying a new café, climbing a mountain, playing golf or watching whatever sport is on TV.
Professional Development & Contributions
May 2021 Metabolic Requirements of Rugby
Jan 2021 The 7 Sins of ACL Reconstruction Rehab
2020 Metabolic Health- The Cornerstone of Health & Wellbeing
2020 Leading in Sports Performance
2019 Nominated for the ESSA Supervisor of the Year award.
2019 Studio Pilates Instructor Course
2019 Medfit Shoulder & Hip Rehabilitation
2018 RehabTrainer Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation