Colin Campbell qualified in 1980 as a remedial gymnast in military rehabilitation before converting to physiotherapy in 1986. He has been involved with sports medicine, looking after the Army Athletic team and the GB Olympic cross-country and biathlon ski teams. Plus orthopaedic medicine and lower limb clinical biomechanics, privately and for the military.
From 1998 to 2004 he was engaged by the British Forces Germany Health Service to set up and run their lower limb clinical biomechanics. Then in 2006 returning to private practice in England where he continues to enjoy his involvement with biomechanics, sports and orthopaedic medicine for all age groups.
“We originally went to visit Colin because my son was getting sharp pains in his legs and could no longer play football. Colin instantly diagnosed the problem and with the help of physiotherapy and orthotics, which my son never goes without anymore, the pains disappeared. Since then he had a hairline fracture in his foot (also stopping him from playing football) which again Colin instantly diagnosed and helped resolve.
We have found Colin to be very knowledgeable, reliable and efficient and would recommend him and his brilliant skillset to anyone in need of a sports physiotherapist. He also helped me with back pains, not related to sports, and again recognised the problem and helped me to manage it.
I couldn’t recommend Colin highly enough”. Islay Crispin