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Kelly B. Kim-Campo, PT
Physical Therapist
email: kelly@bainbridgeislandpt.com

Education

Undergraduate
Bachelor of Arts, Special Education, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle, WA, 1984
Bachelor of Science, Physical Therapy, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA, 1993

Post-Graduate Education
Certification in FCE/PCE Performance, ErgoScience, Matheson and Associates
Certification in Quantitative Job Analysis, ErgoScience
McKenzie Institute – A&B
McConnell Approach – Upper and Lower Extremities

Background
Kelly has worked on the Kitsap Peninsula since 1993 with a variety of orthopaedic clients and has a special interest in both sport and work related injuries. Kelly is a certified cycling coach and is trained in the assessment of both running and cycling biomechanics. He currently works with local cyclists and triathletes and has been part of the medical team for the Ironman World Championships. In addition, Kelly holds certification in the performance of PCE/FCE’s, Worksite Evaluation/Ergonomics and Quantitative Job Analysis, and has worked as part of a pain clinic rehabilitation team, providing functional assessments for chronic pain clients. He has also worked closely with local vocational counselors and other medical professionals facilitating a safe and expedient return to work.

Approach
Kelly's background in education and coaching has shaped his approach to physical therapy. He feels that there is a close connection between our physical and mental well-being. Kelly believes that when people understand what they can do to improve their physical well-being, the healing process and how they feel about themselves will improve as well. Empowering clients with the knowledge and tools to help manage their own rehabilitation process facilitates more successful outcomes and a healthier life style.

Philosophy
Bainbridge Island Physical Therapy focuses on treating the source of the patient’s problem. Patient education and involvement are hallmarks of our treatment philosophy. We strive to help to make the rehabilitation process a pleasure by offering a comfortable and relaxed setting with open channels of communication with your physician.

Interests
Kelly is actively involved with local triathlon and cycling communities. He has participated as both a coach and a racer in Olympic and Half Ironman triathlons. Kelly is joined in these and other outdoor pursuits by his wife and four children.

Associations
American Physical Therapy Association (APTA)
Physical Therapy Association of Washington (PTWA)
Sports and Orthopedic Sections
U.S.A. Cycling Association
U.S.A. Triathlon Association

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