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Angela Campbell

PT, DPT

Dr. Campbell is the current president of the Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Section of the American Physical Therapy Association and a professor of physical therapy at Springfield College. She received her DPT from Creighton University in 1996, became an ABPTS Board-Certified Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Clinical Specialist (CCS) in 2001, and recredentialed in 2011. She has been a part of the past two clinical teams leading the revalidation and determination of specialist cardiovascular and pulmonary (CVP) practice (ABPTS Description of Specialty Practice). She 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. Dr. Campbell has served the CVP Section and the profession in many ways, such as Specialty Council, ABPTRFE Residency Credentialing Site Team, advocacy chair, and ABPTS CVP specialty examination item writer.

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Physical Therapy Management of Peripheral Artery Disease (Recorded Webinar)

Presented by Angela Campbell, PT, DPT and Ellen Hillegass, PT, EdD, CCS, FAPTA

Physical Therapy Management of Peripheral Artery Disease (Recorded Webinar)

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Video Runtime: 118 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 22 Minutes

This course is a recording of a previously hosted live webinar event. Polling and question submission features are not available for this recording. Format and structure may differ from those of standard MedBridge courses.

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a disease resulting from the atherosclerotic process that similarly occurs in coronary arteries, causing myocardial infarctions (MI), and in carotid arteries, causing cerebrovascular accidents (strokes). Individuals with PAD are four to five times more likely to have other vascular issues such as an MI or stroke but are less understood for their risk of vascular disease and more known for their symptoms of claudication (pain on exertion in the legs that goes away with resting). With exercise-based physical therapy intervention, individuals with PAD and claudication pain have demonstrated improvement in walking distance and speed with fewer symptoms. However, these patients are less likely to be seen by physical therapy on an outpatient basis as their limitation is vascular and not orthopedic. Some of these patients eventually go on to be seen in cardiac rehabilitation. Patients limited in their walking due to claudication pain are a population that would benefit from physical therapy. Therefore, this webinar has been developed to help PTs learn about PAD, including the etiology, pathology, pathophysiology, symptoms, indications for exercise testing, and specifically, interventions that will improve their patients' ability to walk without claudication pain.

Learning Objectives
  • Relate the pathophysiology of peripheral artery disease (PAD) to the primary symptoms of the disease, including claudication leg pain
  • Distinguish the lower extremity signs and symptoms of PAD from other sources of leg pain and perform an initial evaluation of a patient with PAD
  • Assess exercise tolerance of a patient with PAD, incorporating evidence-based guidelines
  • Develop interventions for patients with PAD to decrease their symptoms of claudication discomfort as well as aid in prevention of secondary PAD-related sequelae, such as amputation, heart attack, and stroke
  • Determine patient response to PT plan of care using disease-specific, evidence-based outcome measures
  • Formulate individualized management of PAD through comparing and contrasting various sample patient cases

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Clinical Concepts for COVID-19: Pathophysiology and Related Impairments

Presented by Angela Campbell, PT, DPT and Ellen Hillegass, PT, EdD, CCS, FAPTA

Clinical Concepts for COVID-19: Pathophysiology and Related Impairments

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Video Runtime: 51 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 7 Minutes

COVID-19 presents a challenge in the post-acute phase of rehabilitation, due to the large numbers of individuals with new cardiovascular and pulmonary (CVP) and critical-illness-related impairments in a system not prepared to accept them. The SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 has been unprecedented and unpredictable in many ways--from its infectious nature to the surprising impairments it causes. This is the first course a three-part series that will provide: (1) an overview of COVID-19 pathophysiology, diagnostics, and medical management, along with comparisons of COVID-19 to post-intensive-care syndrome (PICS); (2) considerations for examination and outcomes assessment; and (3) presentation of representative post-acute COVID-19 patient cases across disease severity, with application of interventions. Evidence from other countries will be presented, but due to the lack of published evidence, presenters will extrapolate best practices from research and practice principles with existing conditions, integrated with current case anecdotes.

This three-part course series presented by Ellen Hilligass and Angela Campbell includes

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Assessment and Outcomes for COVID-19 in the Outpatient Setting

Presented by Angela Campbell, PT, DPT and Ellen Hillegass, PT, EdD, CCS, FAPTA

Assessment and Outcomes for COVID-19 in the Outpatient Setting

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Video Runtime: 38 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 4 Minutes

COVID-19 presents a challenge in the post-acute phase of rehabilitation, due to the large numbers of individuals with new cardiovascular and pulmonary (CVP) and critical-illness-related impairments in a system not prepared to accept them. The SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 has been unprecedented and unpredictable in many ways--from its infectious nature to the surprising impairments it causes. This is the second course in a three-part series that will provide: (1) an overview of COVID-19 pathophysiology, diagnostics, and medical management, along with comparisons of COVID-19 to post-intensive-care syndrome (PICS); (2) considerations for examination and outcomes assessment; and (3) presentation of representative post-acute COVID-19 patient cases across disease severity, with application of interventions. Evidence from other countries will be presented, but due to the lack of published evidence, presenters will extrapolate best practices from research and practice principles with existing conditions, integrated with current case anecdotes.

This three-part course series presented by Ellen Hilligass and Angela Campbell includes

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Case Studies on Post-COVID Recovery

Presented by Ellen Hillegass, PT, EdD, CCS, FAPTA and Angela Campbell, PT, DPT

Case Studies on Post-COVID Recovery

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Video Runtime: 32 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 7 Minutes

COVID-19 presents a challenge in the post-acute phase of rehabilitation, due to the large numbers of individuals with new cardiovascular and pulmonary (CVP) and critical-illness-related impairments in a system not prepared to accept them. The SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 has been unprecedented and unpredictable in many ways--from its infectious nature to the surprising impairments it causes. This is the third course in a three-part series that will provide: (1) an overview of COVID-19 pathophysiology, diagnostics, and medical management, along with comparisons of COVID-19 to post-intensive-care syndrome (PICS); (2) considerations for examination and outcomes assessment; and (3) presentation of representative post-acute COVID-19 patient cases across disease severity, with application of interventions. Evidence from other countries will be presented, but due to the lack of published evidence, presenters will extrapolate best practices from research and practice principles with existing conditions, integrated with current case anecdotes.

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Mar 13, 2024

Physical Therapy Management of Peripheral Artery Disease

Presented by Angela Campbell and Ellen Hillegass

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