Chicago Bulls

Address: 1901 W. Madison St., Chicago, IL 60612
Arena Name: United Center
Phone: (312) 455-4300

Robert “Chip” SCHAEFER

Director of Performance Health
Education: University of Utah (BS); Loyola Marymount University (MA), A.T. Still University
Hometown: Deerfield, IL
NBATA Member Since: 1986
Entering his fourth season, Chip Schaefer returned to Chicago as Director of Performance Health for a second stint with the team during the 2016-2017 season and enters his 28th season in the NBA, during which time he has contributed to 11 NBA Championship teams (six with Chicago and five with the Los Angeles Lakers). Previously, he spent the 2013-2016 seasons with the Sacramento Kings as the team’s Director of Sports Science.

Following his first term in Chicago as the Head Athletic Trainer, he worked for 13 seasons with the Lakers (1986-87, 1999-2011). In his last seven seasons in Los Angeles, he was the team’s Director of Athletic Performance/Player Development; while with the Lakers, he also oversaw the transition of the team’s young players into the NBA, as well as their professional development.

In addition to his time in the NBA, Schaefer spent two years as head athletic trainer for the U.S. Men’s Ski Team (1984-86). He was the head athletic trainer and strength coach at Loyola Marymount for three years (1987-90) and he also worked on staff at the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopedic Clinic. From 2011 to 2013, he was the assistant athletics director for sports performance at UC Santa Barbara. Schaefer also served as the head athletic trainer at Pete Newell’s Big Man Camp and the California Summer Pro Basketball League.

Chip holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and Sports Medicine from the University of Utah, a Master of Arts in Counseling from Loyola Marymount University, and a Doctorate in Health Science from A.T. Still University. Schaefer is a certified athletic trainer and a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He is also recognized by the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) as a specialist in performance enhancement, corrective exercise and fitness nutrition.

A native of Deerfield, Illinois, Schaefer and his wife, Andra, have a son, Alec (33), and a daughter, Emily (31).

Todd Campbell

Head Athletic Trainer
Education: Northeastern University (DPT, MSPT, BS); Salem State University (BS)
Hometown: Auburn, MA
NBATA Member Since: 2014
Todd Campbell brings more than 18 years of experience in the NBA to the Chicago Bulls. Campbell began his NBA career with the Boston Celtics as a Northeastern University student intern in 2002. In 2003, Campbell earned his baccalaureate in Rehabilitation Science, and upon completion of his Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2004, was hired by the Celtics as a staff physical therapist. Campbell was a staff member during the Boston Celtic’s 2008 NBA championship season, as well as the 2010 NBA Finals season. Campbell would later graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from Salem State University in 2014, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Northeastern in 2016. Campbell was a member of the medical staff with the New Orleans Pelicans for three seasons from 2017-2020. Campbell has well over 10 years of orthopedic clinical experience as a full, and part-time staff physical therapist at Pro Sports Therapy Inc., in Waltham, MA. His academic clinical experience as an athletic trainer included work with two Ivy League football programs: Brown University in 2003 and Harvard University in 2012. Campbell’s other experience includes working with a few famous musicians, including the band Aerosmith who he toured with as staff physical therapist in the summer of 2009, as well as work with the Northern Cyclones junior hockey team of Hudson, NH in 2011. Campbell is a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) and National Basketball Athletic Trainers Association (NBATA). Campbell currently resides in Chicago, IL with his wife Jennifer.

Arnold Lee

Assistant Athletic Trainer
Education: University of Illinois at Chicago (B.S.); California Baptist University (M.S.)
Hometown: Naperville, IL
NBATA Member Since: 2017
Arnold Lee started his career at Kennedy King College, a junior college on the south side of Chicago, working men’s soccer and men’s and women’s basketball. After 3 years at Kennedy King, Arnold had his first experience in professional sports with the Chicago Bears. He spent summer training camp and preseason with the Bears as an athletic training intern. After his brief stint with the Bears, he became the Head Athletic Trainer for the Windy City Bulls for their inaugural season in the G- League in 2016. After a successful first season in the G- League, Arnold was promoted to be the assistant athletic trainer for the Chicago Bulls.

Arnold is a certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification and licensed in the state of Illinois. He is also a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also a corrective exercise specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.