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David Campbell

David Campbell (Inducted 2008)


Mr. Dave Campbell graduated from BCI in 1975 and is being recognized for his contribution to the prevention and treatment of sports injuries.

Mr. Campbell attended Concordia University, graduating with a degree in Bio-Physical Education in 1979. In 1996, he graduated from the College of Osteopathic Studies in Montreal.

After opening a series of very successful sports rehabilitation clinics, Mr. Campbell worked on the medical staff for the Montreal Canadians. He then served on the medical team for the Canadian entry at the Commonwealth Games at Edinburgh, Scotland in 1986 and at Auckland, New Zealand in 1990. In 1996, he was the Head Athletic Therapist for the Canadian Olympic team at the Atlanta games. At the 2006 Olympics in Turin Italy, he was a member of the medical team supporting mogul skier, Jennifer Heil, who won the gold medal.

Mr. Campbell is currently a part-time faculty member at Concordia University in the Department of Exercise Science and gives lectures to other healthcare professionals in the Montreal area.

Dave resides in Kirkland, Quebec where he likes to spend his spare time golfing, cycling and with his wife Danielle, and daughters Michelle and Melanie.

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