Joining Accel was a life changing experience for me. Before I joined I was badly overweight and out of shape. The Training staff is second to none and very experienced and knowledgeable with training. The new facility is awesome, all the best equipment and machines. The classes are great, and I’m always looking forward to recovery. They have all the recovery boots, game ready sleeves, cold tub, hot tub and sauna. If you are looking to lose weight, be trained by the best, and a state of the art facility, Accel is the place to be.
Drew Graham joined Campbell Clinic in 2017 to create and implement a new sports performance and wellness program to provide the highest level of performance training for anyone who wants to train and perform at their highest level. Prior to joining Campbell Clinic:
Drew spent 16 seasons in the National Basketball Association. He spent 10 seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies as the Head Athletic Trainer, and his final two season as the Vice President of Player Care/ Head Athletic Trainer. Graham was named the National Basketball Athletic Trainer of the Year in 2016 Graham oversaw the Grizzlies sports medicine department, including care, prevention and rehabilitation of all athletic injuries and worked closely with the team’s doctors.
Graham joined the Grizzlies in 2006 after working the previous six seasons (2000-06) as an assistant athletic trainer/strength and conditioning coach with the New Jersey Nets. In addition to his athletic training duties with the Nets, he also assisted with offseason workouts and conditioning as well as in-season physicals, rehabilitation and the nutritional needs of players.
Prior to joining the NBA, Graham served three years (1997-2000) as the director of athletic training at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex, working with USA Basketball, National Football League camps and a variety of other sports. He began his professional career in 1994 as an athletic trainer for the NFL’s Cincinnati Bengals following four seasons at The Ohio State University, where he served as an athletic trainer for men’s hockey (1994-95), football (1993-94) and baseball (1992-94).
Graham earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Health Education with an emphasis in Athletic Training from Ohio State in 1996 and his Master of Science degree in Human Movement from the Arizona School of Health Sciences-A.T. Still University in 2009. He is a Certified Athletic Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Performance Enhancement Specialist and Corrective Exercise Specialist, Titleist Performance Institute Certified.
Graham and his wife, Susan, have two sons, Andrew and Nicholas.