GET YOUNG – STAY YOUNG

“We’re in the business of getting people pain free and healthy – then keeping them that way. How? – By maximizing their natural potential. Before chiropractic care became mainstream, once you hit about 50, people thought physical activity was a thing of the past due to physical limitations. However as Dr. Campbell points out – With Gonstead -chiropractic care, organic nutrition, good sleep and proper exercise, women and men in my practice over 60 are cycling 100 miles in a day, running marathons, playing sports – and loving it”

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“Please send our office a text message and my staff will get back to you very quickly to explore your path back to the excellent health you deserve.
Thanks, Dr. C”
Dr. Thomas J Campbell,
BSc Human Anatomy and Physiology
(University of Adelaide, Medical school, Adelaide, South Australia),
Doctor of Chiropractic
(Macquarie University NSW Australia)

Dr. Thomas J. Campbell

 

Dr. Campbell is originally from Scotland. He grew up in Australia where he attended Adelaide University medical school. In Australia chiropractic education has been fully integrated into the mainstream University system. This allows for greater emphasis to be placed on a deeper science based, evidence based education than that found in most chiropractic colleges in the United States. American chiropractic schools generally teach about the spine only. Australian chiropractic schools grew out of the Osteopathic education system, thus they receive supplemental education on all body joints. What does that mean? It means if you have a shoulder, wrist, elbow, knee or ankle injury or pain – That I can help – So call me.

 

In addition to Dr. Campbell’s education in Australia, he is also one of only two Gonstead trained chiropractors in the D.C. and Virginia metro area.

Dr. Campbell owned and operated two successful chiropractic practices in Sydney, Australia prior to moving to the United States in 2001.

When Dr. Campbell injured his shoulder during Judo training in 2007, he was unable to find a chiropractor that knew how to properly adjust his shoulder and repair the injured soft tissues of his rotator- cuff muscles for full recovery. So, he trained another chiropractor in order to heal himself! Finally, rest-assured, Dr. Campbell will always refer you to a medical doctor if there is a need for medical assessment beyond the scope of his expert chiropractic care.