PT, DPT, OCS
Sarah Campbell, a Michigan native, gained her Doctorate of Physical Therapy and joined Vail-Summit Physical Therapy in 2017. She has since worked to improve the Silverthorne clinic’s presence in vestibular rehab while also promoting her passion for orthopedic injuries in post-surgical cases, non-surgical management, and injury prevention.
Sarah is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialist in Physical Therapy and is certified in Vestibular Rehabilitation through the American Institute of Balance. Sarah also has gained her level 1&2 functional dry needling certifications to better help all populations of patients she works with.
As a physical therapist, Sarah particularly enjoys working with patients to foster understanding of their unique body and build towards independence and strength over injuries or conditions. She understands there is life outside of physical therapy and works one-on-one to develop unique plans to get you back to your life as quickly as possible.
Sarah believes non-surgical management of musculoskeletal conditions is key in returning you back to a healthy lifestyle.
In her free time, Sarah takes part in everything the mountains have to offer: from hiking, biking, rafting, and running in the summertime to snowboarding and split-boarding in the winter.
Doctor of Physical Therapy (2017). Regis University (Denver, CO).
Bachelors of Science in Movement Science/Kinesiology (2014). University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI).
TIRR Memorial Hermann Outpatient PT (Houston, TX). Fall/Winter 2016
A Fox Physical Therapy (Thornton, CO). Winter/Spring 2017
Board Certification: American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties: Orthopaedic Certified Specialist; 2021
Vestibular Certification II: American Institute of Balance; 2021
Functional Dry Needling Level 2: Synergy Therapy Solutions; 2021
Vestibular Rehabilitation and Concussion: American Institute of Balance; 2020
Functional Dry Needling Level 1: Kinetacore; 2019
American Physical Therapy Association; Colorado Chapter; Orthopedic Group