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Seattle Physical Therapist - Teri Campbell


In Physical Therapy P.S., Inc. is owned and operated by Teri Campbell, a Seattle physical therapist born and raised in the area. 

Seattle physical therapistTeri has worked in the orthopedic and sports physical therapy specialty for the majority of her career since graduating with her master of physical therapy degree in 1999.  Her early years in practice she split time working in the acute care setting at Virginia Mason Medical Center on the rehabilitation unit as well as in-patient orthopedics, cardiac, neurosurgery, general medicine, and intensive care units.  This background gives Teri a unique perspective when working with populations transitioning from surgery or other complicated histories.  Teri has worked with injuries of varying complexity in both the adult and adolescent population, and is trained in advanced considerations for pre and postpartum physical therapy.  She also has a special interest in the swimming population and enjoys helping these athletes return to their sport more efficiently.

Clients are encouraged to be involved and educated in their care.  Teri uses an assessment and treatment approach that is centered around a whole person model in which the underlying drivers for dysfunction are sought out and addressed with the most appropriate and effective treatment and retraining methods for an individual client.


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Teri has completed the year-long Discover Physio (Lee & Lee) series with renown therapists and educators Diane Lee and Dr. Linda-Joy Lee and is following the Integrated Systems ModelConnectTherapy™ (LJ Lee), and Thoracic Ring Approach™ (LJ Lee) principles in her practice.  In April of 2015, she completed the series follow up and advanced skills training for graduation from the Connect Therapy series with Dr. LJ Lee.  She has most recently completed and graduated as a Certified Practitioner in Connect Therapy and The Thoracic Ring Approach.

Other post degree advanced education has included courses in female pelvic rehabilitation with both internal and external assessment and treatment training through the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, spine rehabilitation, running and cycling biomechanics, pre and postpartum physical therapy, manual therapy coursework through level III NAIOMT, Mulligan techniques and didactic coursework, myofascial coursework for physical therapists, Shirly Sahrmann principles, sacroiliac assessment and treatment, various orthopedic courses covering the spine and extremities, Pregnancy and exercise, Muscle Activation Techniques Jumpstart training and 10 years of practical application.  She has been trained in ASTM and other augmented soft tissue mobilization techniques.  Current coursework includes the Barral Institute Visceral Mobilization courses, VMI-IV completed, women's health, and ongoing skills training.

Personal:  Teri grew up a competitive swimmer and continued swimming with a NCAA Division I scholarship through her undergraduate years.  Teri has continued swimming with local masters groups, and has trained and raced with a local cycling team, participated in a number of triathlons, open water swims, and running events.  Most recently she spends her free time enjoying her family and raising her daughter.