The Radix Pain & Rehabilitation Centre houses a variety of health practitioners sharing the same interest...you and your health.
With your health goals as our shared goal, we bring a multidisciplinary approach to our patient care. Our range of professionals with different strengths and approaches allow us to help our patients meet their health goals quickly and cost effectively.
We look forward to helping you get to the root of your problem and getting your health where you want it to be.
Dr. William F. Farrell
BSc., M.Chiro, DACNB, ACC
Following the completion of a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta, Dr. Farrell completed his chiropractic training at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. Dr. Farrell then completed a two-year post-graduate neurological rehabilitation training program through the Carrick Institute.
He maintains a DACNB credential (Diplomate of the Chiropractic Neurology Board) after successfully sitting the American Chiropractic Neurology Board exam in 2010. Dr. Farrell regularly sits on the American Chiropractic Neurology Board examination committee and writes cases for their annual exam.
Dr. Farrell is enrolled in a Master of clinical Neuroscience Program and regularly attends conferences to further his training in neurological rehabilitation and other areas of interest. Dr. Farrell has also completed his acupuncture training with Acupuncture Canada (ACC) and is completing the Chiropractic Orthopedic Subspecialty CCOS (C).
While studying, Dr. Farrell served two consecutive terms as president of the Macquarie University Chiropractic Students Association (MUCSA). Following graduation, he was elected to the Sydney College of Chiropractic Board of Governors.
Dr. Farrell takes a special interest in complex musculoskeletal presentations involving lower back pain, neck pain unresponsive to treatment, TMJ pain, vestibular problems, and concussion rehabilitation.
Carter W. Campbell
Carter earned early acceptance into the Doctor of Chiropractic program at University of Western States while enrolled in a Bachelors of Kinesiology program at the University of Alberta. He is currently completing his clinical residency at the Radix Pain & Rehabilitation Center under the supervision of Dr. Farrell.
With a background in human movement and a degree in human biology, you will see Carter putting his skills to work on patients in the full training facilities available at the Radix Pain & Rehabilitation Center. Carter is a passionate people person and equally invested in helping patients accomplish their personal health goals. Having undergone a personal health transformation himself some years ago, Carter understands firsthand how difficult getting started can be and how frustrating injuries can be when they get in the way of training progress.
The Radix gym facilities allow patients to work with their doctor and literally demonstrate when and where their pain presents in their training routine. It also allows patients keen to get into the gym to ensure their form is mechanically sound to prevent injury. Highly trained in human movement and the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal conditions, Carter looks forward to helping you reach your health and fitness goals.
Throughout his education, Carter has visited various countries and hopes to have completed 50 countries before turning 50. Carter now balances any of his (alleged) spare time between the art of cooking, exercising, golfing, and various winter sports.