Thomas S. Campion, PT

★★★★★
We are an independent small PT clinic designed to provide one-to-one care for each of our patients in a comfortable private setting. We offer hands-on care and leading edge technology to help our patients return to good health in a minimal amount of time. In addition to treating a wide variety of orthopedic conditions including shoulder, knee, back, neck and foot/ankle.
  • 3315 Springbank Lane, Suite 104

    Charlotte, NC 28226

    Map & Directions
  • 704-541-3378

About Thomas S. Campion, PT

Categories
  • Physical Medicine Specialists
  • Sports Medicine Doctors
  • Physical Therapists
  • Pain Management
  • Rehabilitation, Occupational & Physical Therapists
Hours
Monday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

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I have hypermobility syndrome and fibromyalgia as well as acute lower back pain. I've had it all my life and I'm only in my twenties. I've seen many MDs, Rheumies, and specialist. All do what they know do to... prescribe meds to mask the pain. The meds lead to other bad side effects. They also tell me to exercise daily. But when I exercize I hurt so bad. It set on a flare up that can last weeks. I didn't even tell Dr. Campion this. He began with how my flip flops change my posture and lead to pain. He explained shoes I needed to wear. He then explained that I must do very mild stretches and strengthening first. He gave me a detailed sheet with pix. He was kind, understanding, and very knowledgeable about FMS and chronic pain. I was afraid to go to a PT b/c I was afraid they'd push me. But after my appt. I realized how the yoga, stretches, t.mill, and eliptical I do makes my body crash. No Dr. has ever told me to take it lightly. Dr. Campion also explained its important to stop standing before the pain sets in. If I know 5minss of standing causes pain sit down in 3. If sitting for 30mins brings pain then stand up at 25mins and stretch. Its about starting slowly with the stretches then after I can tolerate that I can gradually increase it. Over time my ability to manage pain will increase. This means a lot b/c I have always maintained a full time job and full time education but I don't know how to manage the pain... I just deal with it. I live with it and sleep through it. But he said slowly exercizing and gradually increasing it will make the FMS and back pain maneagable. (pls forgive all typos and errors.)

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I have hypermobility syndrome and fibromyalgia as well as acute lower back pain. I've had it all my life and I'm only in my twenties. I've seen many MDs, Rheumies, and specialist. All do what they know do to... prescribe meds to mask the pain. The meds lead to other bad side effects. They also tell me to exercise daily. But when I exercize I hurt so bad. It set on a flare up that can last weeks. I didn't even tell Dr. Campion this. He began with how my flip flops change my posture and lead to pain. He explained shoes I needed to wear. He then explained that I must do very mild stretches and strengthening first. He gave me a detailed sheet with pix. He was kind, understanding, and very knowledgeable about FMS and chronic pain. I was afraid to go to a PT b/c I was afraid they'd push me. But after my appt. I realized how the yoga, stretches, t.mill, and eliptical I do makes my body crash. No Dr. has ever told me to take it lightly. Dr. Campion also explained its important to stop standing before the pain sets in. If I know 5minss of standing causes pain sit down in 3. If sitting for 30mins brings pain then stand up at 25mins and stretch. Its about starting slowly with the stretches then after I can tolerate that I can gradually increase it. Over time my ability to manage pain will increase. This means a lot b/c I have always maintained a full time job and full time education but I don't know how to manage the pain... I just deal with it. I live with it and sleep through it. But he said slowly exercizing and gradually increasing it will make the FMS and back pain maneagable. (pls forgive all typos and errors.)

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