Working in the fields of training and skilled nursing, and speaking from personal experience, I can confidently say that the single best gift you can give your loved ones is taking care of yourself as you get older. We all have a responsibility to our friends and family to place some priority into training and […]
Archive for the ‘Pain’ Category
Let’s be honest, life is rough on the body. However you have the power to fight back and keep your body as strong and healthy as possible with a little hard work. If you choose not to fight getting old then most likely you will get a back injury at some point. Close to 80 […]
In gyms across the nation, cardio equipment seems to be the most popular form of exercise. It follows the whole “eat less, move more” rhetoric that continues to be one of the main factors attributing to our rising obesity and diabetes statistics. As soon as the weather gets nice you will also see many individuals […]
The Pain Loop – Neuro-Muscular Weakness/Imbalance > Faulty Movement Pattern > Shearing/Wear and Tear/Damage/Inflammation/Injury (Chronic or Acute) > Structural Changes (Temporary) > More Shearing/Wear and Tear/Damage/Inflammation/Injury (Chronic or Acute) > Continued Compensatory Changes in Movement Patterns > Additional Shearing/Wear and Tear/Damage/Inflammation/Injury (Chronic vs. Acute) > Structural Changes (Permanent) … Repeat It all begins with some […]
Understanding pain is one of the key components to successful training and therapy. Working in both fields and being an athlete myself means that I am constantly learning how to treat and manage pain in order maximize progress. Pain is not one size fits all, and there is a high complexity in distinguishing from all […]
"I first met Anthony while he was doing his internship at Physical Therapy for my back injury. He took me under his wing and worked hard for two months to strengthen my back. Anthony helped me realize that I would be prone to more injuries if I didn't concentrate on strengthening my core. Thus after Therapy I joined The Campo Team.
My initial goal was to lose weight and gain strength, 5 months..."