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About Sickkids
About SickKids

Anne Ayling Campos, BSc PT

Brief Biography

Anne has over 20 years experience in paediatric physiotherapy in a multitude of areas. Currently, her area of practice concentrates on children and teens living with chronic pain conditions. Anne is a member of the Chronic Pain Team which is an interprofessional group of health care experts who assess and treat chronic pain.  Complex regional pain syndromes and pelvic pain conditions are just two of the areas that attract Anne's interest.  Anne is also a proponent of interprofessional education within the hospital and at the University of Toronto with the Centre for the Study of Pain.


Ayling Campos, A., Amaria, K., Campbell, F., and McGrath, PA.: Clinical Impact and Evidence Base for Physiotherapy in Treating Childhood Chronic Pain. Physiotherapy Canada, Winter 2011: 63:21-33

Young, N., McCormick, A., Gilbert, T., Ayling Campos, A., Burke, T., Fehlings, D., and Wedge, J: Reasons for Hospital Admissions Among Youth and Young Adults with Cerebral Palsy. Arch Phys Med Rehab, 2011: 92(1): 46-50.

Young, N., Gilbert, T., McCormick, A., Ayling Campos, A., et al.: Youth and Young Adults with Cerebral Palsy: Their Use of Physician and Hospital Services. Arch Phys Med Rehabil, June 2007: 88: 696-702.

Ayling Campos, A., Graveling, C., Ferguson, J., Lundon, K., Schneider, R., and Laxer, R.: The Physical Therapy Practitioner: An expanded role for physical therapy in pediatric rheumatology. Physiotherapy Canada, Fall 2001: 53: 282 - 287.