Dr. Michael Campbell MD, CAQSM Primary Care and Sports Medicine Physician
Dr. Campbell is a Sports Medicine and Family Medicine physician. He specializes in all nonsurgical aspects of musculoskeletal and sports medicine, which includes conducting examinations, interpreting imaging such as x-rays or MRIs, using ultrasound, and performing procedures.
ultrasound guided nerve hydro-dissections for peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes.
Dr. Campbell received his primary care Sports Medicine Fellowship from the University of Kansas in Wichita, KS in 2016. He was directly involved in the care of athletes from Wichita State University, Newman University, and the Wichita community. After completing his Sports Medicine Fellowship, Dr. Campbell moved to Manhattan, KS where he works at the Kansas State University Student Health Center Sports Medicine Clinic and is one of the Kansas State University Team Physicians.
Dr. Campbell graduated from Pittsburg State University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Pre-Med. He was a Pittsburg State University Presidential Scholar and was in the school’s Honors College. He played for the PSU baseball team and enjoyed every moment of his baseball career. He graduated from the University of Kansas Medical School in 2012 and performed residency at the Via Christi Family Medicine program in Wichita, KS from 2013 – 2015.
Dr. Campbell is originally from Valley Center, KS, a small town just north of Wichita. He has always been involved in all types of sports. He played football, basketball, and baseball while at Valley Center. He was a 5A 1st-team all-state performer in baseball for a team that got 2nd in the state in 2001, was 1st-team all AV-CTL league as a safety and 2nd-team all AV-CTL league as a wide receiver for his league-winning football team, and was a 3-year starter at point guard for a basketball team that qualified for the 5A state tournament his senior year.