About Kendall Robinson, MS, LAT, ATC
Kendall joined Inova Sports Medicine in August 2019 as a clinical athletic trainer and has been state licensed and board certified since 2014. She is trained in the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, and works alongside the orthopedic surgeons at Inova Sports Medicine to treat a range of athletes and patients.
Kendall earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from East Carolina University in Greenville, NC. She earned her Master of Science degree in Athletic Training from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. While completing her master's degree, Kendall served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the College of William and Mary, where she worked with both men's and women's gymnastics programs as well as the football program.
After completing her master's degree, Kendall worked as an associate athletic trainer for Fairfax County Public Schools and in an orthopedic practice as a DME Surgical Coordinator. She then decided to pursue an athletic training residency program to allow her to advance her skills in musculoskeletal evaluation and diagnosis. Kendall completed the St. Luke's Sports Medicine Athletic Training residency program in Boise, ID. Her research and her work has been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals. She also has presented at state, regional and national conferences.
Kendall is a Northern Virginia native and currently resides in Chantilly, VA. She enjoys spending her free time watching sports, skiing, cycling and spending time with friends and family. Kendall also enjoys volunteering in the community and has worked with the American Red Cross Disaster Response Team, LIMBitless Challenge and various other organizations.
Research and Publications
Athletic Trainers who complete a CAATE Accredited Post-Professional Residency Demonstrate Increased Depth of Knowledge in Orthopedics: A Retrospective Analysis Robinson, KP, Pecha F Presentation: Big Sky Sports Medicine and Athletic Training Conference February 2019.
Bone Marrow Aspiration from Iliac Crest with Arthroscopic Implantation into Glenoid Cyst: A Case Study Robinson, KP Presentation: St. Luke’s Sports Medicine Resident Case Study Presentation January 2019.
Septic Arthritis in a 20-year-old male: A case Study Robinson, KP Presentation: St. Luke’s Sports Medicine Resident Case Study Presentation October 2018.
Immediate Effects of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Stretching Programs Compared To Passive Stretching Programs For Hamstring Flexibility A Critically Appraised Topic. Hoch, JM, Sinnott, CW, Robinson, KP, Perkins, WO, Hartman, JW Accepted for publication: Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, May 2016 Presentation: NATA Convention 2016.
Evaluating Diagnostic Accuracy & Cut-Off Scores to better Discriminate Between Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and Healthy Control Patients: A Case-Control Study Hill, KJ, Robinson,KP, Cuchna, JW, Hoch MC Accepted for publication: Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, February 2017.
Presentation: MAATA 2016, Old Dominion Graduate Research Day 2016.