Who we are.

Our First Class specialized orthopaedic practice includes Evaluation and Treatment of neck and back pain, myofascial pain, orofacial pain, TMJ, and headaches. We set the standard and welcome you to Access Rehab. Physical therapy is a medical art. This includes the science of Best Evidence but also the art of our Expertise and Experience.

Anne H. Campbell, PT,OCS, FAAOMPT, CMTPT

Anne has been in practice for over 40 years. Anne was the first Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist in the USA, is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy, and is on the Governing Board of Examiners of the A.A.O.M.P.T. Anne teaches with Myopain Seminars, was adjunct faculty at TWU Houston, and at UTMB Galveston. Anne guest lectures, mentors internationally, is published in peer-reviewed international journals, is a journal peer-reviewer, and has received many awards.


Nicholas Ball, PT, DPT

Nick, having recently relocated to Montgomery County, joins Access Rehab Clinic and Fitness Center as our newest specialist. Nick’s B.S. in Exercise Science and his doctorate of P.T. informs his practice of Physical Therapy. Nick completed his Residency in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, is a clinical instructor, and mentors colleagues at the graduate level. Nick has presented at the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections meeting and brings that enthusiasm, energy, and experience to the practice.

Timothy Gorelick, PTA

Tim has been in practice for over 10 years. He has a B.S. in Exercise Sports Science and an Associates of Applied Science as a P.T.A. He grew up in The Woodlands and has been a part of the community his entire life. Tim has experience in sports training; working with organizations such as the Dynamo Dash in The Woodlands as a speed and agility trainer and as an ACL injury prevention specialist. Tim brings a wealth of knowledge and experience into the practice.

How we work.

1 We complete a thorough history. We listen to your concerns and complaints regarding your current condition. We take the time to answer any questions you may have.


2 We then perform a thorough musculoskeletal evaluation. We look at all of the related joints. Additionally we look for non-joint causes of pain such trigger points or muscle imbalances.


3 Treatment begins on the first day. Commonly we perform manual therapy or myofascial release or soft tissue mobilization with some gentle exercises in effort to calm the pain.