Kelly Teixeira

    Kelly Teixeira, ATC

  • Head Athletic Trainer

Bio

  • Kelly graduated from Plymouth State University in Plymouth, NH in 2005. She has a Beachelors of Science in Athletic Training and a Minor in Health. While at Plymouth State, Kelly did rotations covering practices and games for the Softball team, Men's basketball team, Women's Lacrosse team, and Football team. Kelly also has experience working at Sports International Football Camps and the Dave Cowen's Basketball Camp as a student athletic trainer.
  • Kelly joined the Foundry Orthopedics & Sports Medicine team in August of 2005. She became a member of the Sports Medicine Clinic support staff and an outreach Athletic Trainer. Kelly works continuously with the Brown University Men's Rugby Football Club along with various local high schools and the Rhode Island Interscholastic League.

    As part of the Foundry team, Kelly has worked with Johnson and Wales University Athletics, Rhose Island College Athletics, and the Brown University Men's and Women's Track and Field Programs.

    Foundry Sports Medicine

  • 285 Promenade Street
  • Providence, R.I. 02908

    Amanda Moran, ATC, LMT

  • Assistant Athletic Trainer, Licensed Massage Therapist

Bio

Amanda graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2004, with a major in Athletic Training and a Minor in Biology. While at Quinnipiac, Amanda worked with a number of different sports teams which included Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Tennis, and Men's Baseball.

After graduation Amanda continued her studies at the Community College of Rhode Island with a degree in Massage Therapy. Her training in Massage Therapy includes Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage and Shiatsu Massage. Amanda is a member of the National Athletic Trainer's Association since 2009, and the American Massage Therapy Association since 2009.

Amanda is the head athletic trainer at East Providence High School, where she helps with preventing, assessing, and rehabilitating sports related injuries. Amanda has implemented a concussion screen to identify, educate, treat, and safely return athletes back to play. Amanda works closely with the Brown University Men's Rugby Club during the spring season.

Amanda has volunteered and participated in several MS150 bike rides for multiple sclerosis. She has helped to raise funds for research and support for those affected by MS, including her aunt who was diagnosed several years ago.