KELLY TEIXEIRA, LAT, ATC

  • Phone: 401-459-4001
  • Location(s): Ortho Rhode Island - Foundry
  • Areas of Interest: Sports Medicine, Athletic Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation

Kelly joined our practice in 2005 and is a member of the Sports Medicine Clinic support staff and an outreach Athletic Trainer. She works continuously with the Brown University Men’s Rugby Program along with Central Falls High School, covering their home athletic events. She also provides coverage at various local high schools and for the Rhode Island Interscholastic League. She has also worked with Johnson & Wales University Athletics, Rhode Island College Athletics and the Brown University Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Programs. 

Kelly earned her B.S. in Athletic Training with a Minor in Health from Plymouth State University in 2005, where she also did rotations covering practices and games for several teams. As a student athletic trainer she worked at Sports International Football Camps and the Dave Cowen’s Basketball Camp. 

Kelly is an avid sports fan and participates in the Massachusetts Multiple Sclerosis 150 mile bike ride annually.

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November 30, 2018 / Interesting / Kelly Teixeira

Holiday Gift Guide

No matter what holiday you celebrate this time of year, it seems like we are all rushing around without enough time for anything, let alone shopping for our loved ones. If you are like me you don’t just want to give those special people in your life a gift card; gift giving has to have a little meaning behind it. Unfortunately, sometimes the ideas just aren’t there so it’s always nice to have some help. The following “cheat sheet” is a compilation of.....

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May 24, 2018 / Exercise Get to Know Interesting / Kelly Teixeira

Back in the saddle again!

Despite the rain, the weather is slowly warming up here in New England… finally! So what better way to see the state and enjoy the weather than hitting your local bike path? According to the RIDOT website “in the past 20 years RIDOT has built an impressive network of bike paths, offering more then 60 miles of off-road cycling in all regions of the state.”

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April 27, 2017 / Get to Know Physical Therapy / Kelly Teixeira

What Am I Supposed To Do with These Things?

............for those of you with a knee surgery you may find the following information helpful. Post-operatively and even after injury you may be fit for crutches or a knee brace. I have put together some helpful information on how they should fit and how to use them.

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