Dr. Campbell is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA and was also born and raised in Iowa. As a high school athlete doing cross country, track, and wrestling, he was no stranger at the chiropractor’s offices of his home town. After receiving exceptional care he decided to look into chiropractic as a profession.
He went straight to college in a pre-chiropractic program and with 2 years of undergraduate work and a few summer classes he started his chiropractic career at Palmer College in Davenport, IA, graduating in 2002.
Dr. Campbell has now been in Colorado since 2002 and decided to open his very first practice right here in Castle Rock because of the small town feel. As Castle Rock has grown so has his family, now with his wife and 3 boys all out on an acreage they all enjoy gardening and beekeeping.
He also has expanded his knowledge of the human body by adding nutrition to his resume. This helps him take care of those difficult cases that don’t always respond entirely to chiropractic. Dr. Campbell likes to provide options for his patients and their health care needs.
Dr. Hollind Englert grew up in Aurora, Colorado playing competitive softball every summer. This led to her playing all 4 years of her high school and all 4 years of college careers on the varsity teams as a pitcher. Spending this time as a student-athlete pushed her into the field of Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, and eventually Palmer College of Chiropractic.
Hollind has a strong interest in the problem-solving aspects of chiropractic and how the body moves and adapts. This is primarily due to the time she spent as an athlete and the treatment she received from Dr. Campbell. She enjoys searching for new techniques and therapies to aid the body to heal itself. Her practice includes common chiropractic techniques such as Diversified/Prone Diversified, Gonstead, extremity adjusting, and full spine Activator. In addition, she also specializes in soft tissue techniques like IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation), Trigger Point, Myofascial Release technique, Pin-and-Stretch technique, Voodoo Floss (yes that is its name), functional cupping, and Kinesio-taping. By addressing the differences in muscle tension, adjustments are more effective, hold longer, and aid the ease of adaption.