Kendall Selsky

Associate Professor of Athletic Training; Athletic Training Program Director; Chairperson, Department of Kinesiology



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Dr. Selsky is the Program Director for Athletic Training and Assistant Professor of of Kinesiology at North Central College. She is a certified athletic trainer, a certified strength and conditioning specialist, and has practiced as an athletic trainer in collegiate athletics and academics over her 20 year career. She has been teaching at North Central College since 1999, in various roles, such as the head athletic trainer/teacher, adjunct instructor, and exercise science program coordinator.  Selsky has research interests in athletic training education, anterior cruciate ligament injury prevention programs for collegiate athletes, and the prevention of shoulder injuries in throwing athletes as well as the development of patient outcome measures for use in athletic training settings. She has presented on topics such as: Functional Movement in Rehabilitation, ACL injury prevention training, Functional Movement Screening in Rehabilitation, and Evidence Based Practice for Strength and Conditioning Professionals at state and district meetings for the National Athletic Trainer's Association and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She holds a Doctor of Health Sciences Degree from A.T. Still University, the oldest osteopathic school in the country.

Courses Taught

KIN 247: Human Anatomy

KIN 285: Applied Anatomy and Assessment Techniques

KIN 317: Kinesiology

KIN 341: Assessment of Upper Extremity, Head and Neck Injuries and Conditions

KIN 350: Medical Aspects of Sports Medicine

KIN 351: Athletic Training Administration

KIN 430: Therapeutic Exercise and Rehabilitation