Springfield College Professor of Physical Therapy Angela Campbell Appears on Survivor Corps COVID Live Webinar Series

In the spirit of our Humanics Philosophy in providing leadership and service to others, Springfield College Professor of Physical Therapy Angela Campbell was recently a special guest on the Survivor Corps COVID Live Webinar Series assisting with expertise regarding the P.A.C.E.R. Program (Post-Acute Covid-19 Exercise and Rehabilitation) and the Physical Therapy approach to COVID recovery.

Springfield College Professor of Physical Therapy Angela Campbell was recently a special guest on the Survivor Corps COVID Live Webinar Series.

 

In the spirit of our Humanics Philosophy in providing leadership and service to others, Springfield College Professor of Physical Therapy Angela Campbell was recently a special guest on the Survivor Corps COVID Live Webinar Series assisting with expertise regarding the P.A.C.E.R. Program (Post-Acute Covid-19 Exercise and Rehabilitation) and the Physical Therapy approach to COVID recovery.

Campbell, who is the current president of the Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section of the American Physical Therapy Association, joined Survivor Corps Founder Diana Berrent and fellow colleagues within the physical therapy industry to assist individuals with advice and strategies in their Covid recovery.

Campbell has been a part of the previous two clinical teams leading the revalidation and determination of specialist cardiovascular and pulmonary (CVP) practice (ABPTS Description of Specialty Practice). She also has clinical experience as a program director of outpatient pulmonary rehabilitation and as a clinician on heart and lung transplant teams, as well as decades of experience in critical care.

Survivor Corps is the largest grassroots movement in America dedicated to actively ending this pandemic, and has quickly evolved into one the most active and robust COVID-19 data sets and research tools in the world.

Survivor Corps is continually connecting, supporting, educating and motivating those affected by COVID-19 (and their colleagues, familes and friends) - and mobilizing as many as possible to support all ongoing Scientific, Medical and Academic research to donate plasma, find a cure, and help to develop a vaccine. Survivor Corps stresses the importance of getting people back into their communities and back to work, all while fostering the spirit of unity and solidarity that is urgently needed during this time.