Marc Campolo PT, PhD, SCS, ATC, CSCS

Marc Campolo PT, PhD, SCS, ATC, CSCS

Associate Dean of Inter-Professional Education (IPE)
Chair, Department of Physical Therapy

Associate Professor of Physical Therapy

Education

BS (Hunter)

MA (Adelphi)

PhD (Seton Hall)

Research Interests

  • Relationship Between Remediation and Success for Second Time Pass Rate on the NPTE
  • A Comparison of Quadriceps Muscle Activity During Open Kinetic Chain vs. Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises
  • Post ACL Reconstruction vs No Knee Pathology/Rehabilitation

Synopsis

Dr. Campolo is an American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties-certified sports clinical specialist, and a member of the sports and education sections of the American Physical Therapy Association. His research interest is in the area of electrotherapy and muscle activation patterns. Dr. Campolo has published and presented nationally.

Clinical / Administrative Appointments

  • Faculty Council Committee Member
  • Writing Proficiency Committee Member
  • Faculty Governance Task Force, Member
  • Chair, DPT Program Advisory Board
  • Chair, Committee on Committees
  • College of Health Sciences Faculty Sub-council Member

Teaching Responsibilities

  • PT Interventions (Electrotherapy)
  • Musculoskeletal I, II and III
  • PT Exam

Professional Information

  • Member, American College of Sports Medicine Association
  • Member, APTA
  • Member, NATA

Certification

  • ABPTS Board Certified Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy
  • Board Certified Athletic Trainer
  • Board Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • The National Strength and Conditioning Association Certification
  • Emergency Medical Technician – Basic New Jersey Department of Health & Senior Services
  • Certified Clinical Instructor, APTA
  • Certified Clinical Instructor, NATA
  • Emergency Response Certification, American Red Cross
  • C.P.R. Professional Rescuer, American Red Cross
  • Certified Exercise Test Technologist, American College of Sports Medicine
  • Certified Physical Fitness Specialist, YMCA

Other Interests

  •  Coaching of youth sports and bicycling

Selected Scholarly Activity

Stiskal D, Chalom E, Campolo M, Clark M. (2003) Comparison of the walking performance at two different speeds in adolescents with an without juvenile arthritis using a dual-task methodology. Arthritis & Rheumatism. 48:9. (Abstract)

Clements C, Campolo M, Cummings M, Golgfuss A, Hauth J, Stiskal D (2003) A Comparison of Quadriceps Muscle Activity During Open Kinetic Chain vs. Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises: Male Athletes. J Athl Tran. 38:2. (Abstract)

Campolo M, Pinto-Zipp G, Ryden E, Splaine E, Hughes K. (1999) Anti-Bacterial Effects of HVPC in Vivo. Phys Ther. 79:5 (Abstract)

Campolo M, Clements C, Bakatsias S, Robustelli F, Skripak R. A Comparison of Quardriceps Muscle Activity During Open Kinetic Chain vs. Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises: Female Athletes (Manuscript submitted)

Cleland J, Garber M, Campolo M. (2006) In Rosen-Supnik E, Rusnak-Smith S. Musculoskeletal Essentials: Preferred Physical Therapy Practice Patterns.  Slack: Thorofare, NJ. Chapter

Professional Information

  • Member, American College of Sports Medicine Association
  • Member, APTA
  • Member, NATA

Contact Information

Office location: Glasser Hall Room 104
Mailing address: Box 39
University of Sciences
600 South 43rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495
Office Phone: 215.596.8681
Email:

m [dot] campol [at] usciences [dot] edu