Dr. Campbell is a physical therapist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) and Devic’s disease. In her time at Barrow, Dr. Campbell has been involved in clinical care, program development, research, and education related to multiple sclerosis. She has extensive experience using multiple methods for the treatment of deficits related to MS, including using the Pilates approach and aquatic therapy with traditional physical therapy interventions.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology (along with a minor in chemistry and an additional focus in literature), Dr. Campbell was awarded the premier award in the Division of Natural Sciences, the Martin Senior Biology Award for Academic Excellence. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Georgia State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. She obtained her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from A.T. Still University.
Dr. Campbell joined Barrow in 2004 and managed several outpatient clinics and services until December of 2013, when she began focusing on multiple sclerosis clinical programming and development.