Tim works on a daily basis with a range of people from hobbyists to Olympic level athletes. As a contracted physiotherapy provider with High Performance Sport New Zealand he is regularly working with our elite athletes to establish injury rehabilitation plans, systems for monitoring and reducing injury risk, and optimising performance.
Tim was the head physiotherapist of the Central Pulse when they were ANZ Premiership minor premiers in 2018 and 2019, and grand final winners in 2019. In 2018 he travelled with the New Zealand team to the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires. As a skilled musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapist, he is able to transfer the demands and principles of professional sport into day to day clinical scenarios.
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Campbell is also the clinical lead at Wellington Sports Med for the ACL Re-Injury Prevention Testing program. This program is specifically about ensuring that patients at end stage ACL rehab are progressed back into sport appropriately. This program identifies key lower limb movements that are necessary for reducing lower limb injury risk. These movements are also relevant for other types of knee injuries as well as other lower limb injuries such as hip and ankle. View details »
Sam's experience in professional sport has given him a passion for rehabilitating individuals to achieve high-level goals, ensuring patients maximise their sporting or exercise performance whilst also optimising injury management. He has completed a FIFA Diploma in Football Medicine and his time in elite Football gives him particular insight into kicking, change of direction and running sports. Sam has a special interest in injuries of the hip & groin, spine and lower limb. He is also the lead provider for our concussion service.
Sam also has post-graduate training in:
The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and - Therapy of Spinal and Peripheral Disorders
- Mat Pilates
- Dry Needling View details »