never stop learning. the therapy field is ever evolving and keeping up with evidence-based practice is critical for providing patients with the care they need. no matter who or what type of condition you are treating, remember to treat the whole person––not just a part.
prior to becoming a physical therapist assistant (pta), stephen campbell spent many years as a sports performance and strength coach. he had the opportunity to work with many high-achieving athletes at the high school, collegiate, professional and olympic levels. “my experience in that field has helped me tremendously when observing the movements of the patients i treat,” he says. as a pta, he has held positions at outpatient orthopedic clinics, hospitals and numerous nursing homes. throughout his professional career, he has been involved in creating protocols for various conditions and post-surgical interventions that lead to consistent outcomes during patient care. he continues to practice in both the hospital and acute care settings.
- associate of applied science in physical therapist assistant, central penn college, summerdale, pa.
- bachelor of science in exercise management, lock haven university, lock haven, pa.
- associate of science in athletic training, dean college, franklin, massachusetts
- certified in online teaching
- cpr certified