Integrated Manual Physical Therapy


Veronika, owner of IMPT, is a manual physical therapist with over 19 years of experience. She received her undergraduate degree in exercise science from Eastern Michigan University and her master's in physical therapy from Wayne State University in 1999. She practiced in Michigan for nearly six years before moving to Arizona in 2005. She received her certification as a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) in 2003, nutrition specialist certified in 2010 (NSC), certified neural manipulation practioner (CNMP) in 2018. Veronika has extensive advanced training in the Barral approach in visceral, vascular, and neural manipulation. Her patient care experience includes treating patients with complex chronic medical conditions as well as helping enhance performance of professional athletes. In addition to being a practitioner, Veronika she has been an adjunct faculty member at Midwestern University and Franklin Pierce University since 2010. Veronika frequently lectures at professional conferences and in the community. For more information about Integrated Manual Physical Therapy then PLEASE VISIT WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS AT WWW.IMPTAZ.COM

****If you want to see lectures on visceral manipulation presented by Veronika Campbell at the APTA state conference go to youtube and look up the imptaz channel*** (please excuse quality in some sections not professionally recorded rather for educational purposes only)

IMPT team also includes Stephanie Gilbert,MSPT who specializes in the Barral approach of visceral neural, and vascular manipulation. Please visit website for details at www.imptaz.com

Website Address
www.imptaz.com

My Skills

Veronika is one of the first to become certified in the Barral method of neural manipulation. Veronika's has extensive patient care experience, which includes treating patients with complex chronic medical conditions, chronic pain patients, as well as helping enhance performance of pro, semipro athletes and Ironman triathletes. Her treatment approach is focused on manual therapy, neural and visceral mobilization. She uses a holistic approach of integrating techniques to improve alignment, muscle flexibility, strength, neural mobility, posture and function. She helps train the body for proper movement with proprioceptive neuro-muscular facilitation (PNF) and then reinforces it with education on postural principles to help with function and health. In addition to being a practitioner she is an adjunct faculty at Midwestern University and Franklin Perice University. She teaches and co-facilitates courses in their physical therapy programs on evaluation skills, palpation and soft tissue mobilization techniques, differential diagnosis on the GI system, hepatic, gallbladder and pancreas, therapeutic exercises, functional mobility techniques, and TMJ dysfunction.

License Number

#6421

Hours of operation / Fees

My clinic name is Integrated Manual Physical Therapy, PLLC. We have two main therapist that see clients by appointment only; Veronika Campbell, and Stephanie Gilbert. Please visit website www.imptaz.com for more details. We are a fee for service clinic with sessions typically scheduled for 1-1/2 hours. Hours of operation typically M-Th 8-7pm and Friday 8-4pm. Sessions include evaluation and treatment with a holistic individualized one on one hands on approach. We book out quite far in advance so please make note of this for your scheduling needs.

Driving directions

Integrated Manual Physical Therapy is located on the north east corner 51st Avenue and the 101 freeway. It is in Building 5 which is towards the middle of the complex on the freeway side of the central parking lot. It is inside an executive suites offices. The physical address is 20325 N 51st Ave suite 134 Glendale AZ 85308. A map can be found at www.imptaz.com

Available for patients

Case studies, easy to understand explanations about the CranioSacral System, Visceral Manipulation, products to use between sessions, and much more.

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