Physical therapist joins Adventist Health team

Physical therapist joins Adventist Health team

A physical therapist with 19 years of experience has joined Adventist Health/Physical Therapy. Eddie Campomanes will care for patients in need of rehabilitation services.

“My main focus is helping people get their mobility back by incorporating wellness, health, movement and exercise,” says Campomanes.

His approach is aligned with the Adventist Health mission: connect with people physically, mentally and spiritually to improve their overall health.

“The network’s faith and religion is what made me want to gravitate toward working at Adventist Health,” says Campomanes.

Before coming to the Central Valley Network, Eddie worked at Ukiah Valley Medical Center, an Adventist Health hospital in Northern California.         

He earned his Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy from Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Mich., which is the first higher-education facility started by Seventh-day Adventists.

When caring for patients, Campomanes likes to incorporate Pilates into their wellness routine. He’s currently working on his Manual Therapy Certification, which he hopes to complete in 2015. He’s also working toward his Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

Campomanes was born in Canada, but grew up in Louisville, Ky. He moved from Northern California to Hanford to be closer to his family. He’s fluent in English and Thai.

Adventist Health / Physical Therapy Hanford is located at 210 W. Lacey Blvd. and is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. To schedule an appointment, call 559-585-3440.


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