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Motion Palpation Institute

Dr. Corey Campbell has been practicing chiropractic since 2003.  Dr. Campbell is from western Nebraska (Hemingford, NE...better get out a map)  and received his undergraduate degree in Human Biology from Chadron State College.  It was there that he was a 2-time Academic All-American and NCAA post-graduate scholarship winner while playing running back for the Eagles and is now in CSC’s athletic Hall of Fame.  He used that NCAA scholarship to attend Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City and graduated cum laude. While practicing in Lincoln, NE he completed a 300 hour diplomate certification in Chiropractic Rehabilitation and travelled to Prague, Czech Republic to train with the Father of Manual Medicine, Karel Lewitt, MD and Pavel Kolar, PT PhD.  Dr. Campbell holds certifications in many areas and also teaches other Doctors of Chiropractic and DC students. While attending CCC-KC Dr. Campbell was a Motion Palpation Institute representative and now sits on the board and is an instructor for MPI.  He also teaches for the American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board at National University of Health Sciences in Chicago. Dr. Campbell’s path started in Lincoln, NE in 2003 where he was co-founder and DC at Trinity Chiropractic, PC.  In 2006, he accepted a position with the Nebraska Spine Center in Omaha where he was the first and only chiropractor in the state in a large multi-disciplinary facility that included 8 orthopedic spine surgeons, 2 physiatrists, 3 physical therapists, a bracing department and a large staff of 70+.  He was a part of NSC until March of 2012 when he started Omaha Spine & Sport, PC. Dr. Campbell’s passion and enthusiasm for this integrated approach to chiropractic care translates into a uniquely therapeutic and empowering healthcare experience for you. Dr. Campbell enjoys spending time with his family, training for various obstacle races, golfing, reading and spending more time with his family.
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