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College of Health Professions and Social Work

College of Health Professions and Social Work

Kelley Henderson. M.Ed., ATC, LAT
Kelley Henderson. M.Ed., ATC, LAT

Instructor II & Clinical Coordinator, Athletic Training Program
Phone: (239) 745-4205
Office: Marieb Hall 429

Professor Henderson received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Education/Sports Injury Management from the University of South Alabama and her Master of Science in Health Promotion from Northwestern State University.  She has worked as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of West Florida and a physician extender at Andrews Institute.  She spent the last six years serving as Clinical Coordinator and then Program Director for Athletic Training Education at Texas Christian University.


Scholarly Works:

Manspeaker S, Henderson K, Riddle D. (2014).  Treatment of Exertional Rhabdomyolysis Among Athletes: A Systematic Review Protocol.  JBI Database of Systematic Reviews & Implementation Reports, 112 - 120.

Henderson KD, Social Media and the AT Educators.  5th Biennial SEATA Athletic Training Educators' Conference.  Atlanta, GA, February 2014.

Henderson K, Frymyer JL, Felton SD, Bloom KL. Chronic Upper Extremity Neurologice Symptoms in a High School Football Athlete.  J Athl Train. 2013; 48(3) (supplement): S-266.

Henderson KD, Ruha KL.  Atypical Hyaline Cartilage Neoplasm in an Adolescent Basketball Athlete. J Athl Train. 2015; 50(6) (supplement): S-296-S-297.


Henderson K, Manspeaker S. (2016). Diagnosis and Treatment Factors for Exertional Rhabdomyolysis. ACSM, Boston, MA. 

Griffin L, Felton S, Henderson K, Cordova M. (2016) The efficacy of two thermal modalities on hip flexion. ACSM, Boston, MA.



A certified athletic trainer for 15 years, Professor Henderson is licensed in both Florida and Texas.  She is a member of the NATA, SEATA and serves as a site visitor for the CAATE.  She has done extensive community outreach, specifically with the Susan G. Komen 3 Day.

Additional Service:

  • Advisor for Eagles' Sports Medicine Club
  • NATA Foundation Educational Resources Committee
  • One Book, One Campus Committee
  • Academic Integrity / Student Conduct Committee