Brian White joined the Stanford Athletic Training staff in September of 2013. He previously spent 9 years as an assistant Athletic Trainer at Lehigh University. While at Lehigh he was responsible for various sport programs including: Football, Women’s Basketball, Women’s Soccer, and Baseball. A native of Panama City, FL, Brian received his bachelors in health science/Athletic Training at University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL. He went on to pursue his Masters’ in Exercise Physiology at University of Alabama at Birmingham where he worked as a graduate assistant Athletic Trainer with the UAB Football Team.
At Stanford, Brian’s primary clinical responsibility is with the Men’s Soccer program and the Women’s Tennis program. His secondary duties include Inventory and Facility organization & upkeep. Brian believes in using movement analysis and manual therapy to assist in the rehab/diagnosis of injuries. He enjoys using his creativity in designing exercise and rehab progression.
- University of Alabama at Birmingham MAE in Exercise Physiology 2004
- University of North Florida BHS in Health Sciences, Focus in Athletic Training 2002
BOC CERTIFICATION: May 2002
- Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) 2002
- NATA Member in Good Standing
CLINICAL SPECIALTIES/AREAS OF FOCUS/TRAINING:
- Mulligan Mobilization
- Graston Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization