Brittany Fedor, MS, LAT, ATC, is a certified Athletic Trainer with a specialization in dance medicine. She pursued her studies in athletic training and dance at Minnesota State University, Mankato. During her formative years, Brittany honed her dance skills at a studio in Andover, Minnesota, and she competed nationwide at Nationals. Throughout her college years, she actively participated in dance concerts each semester and even took on the role of choreographer for her own dance pieces.
In her capacity as an athletic trainer, Brittany delivers medical coverage and dance injury prevention classes at local dance competitions and dance camps within the Twin Cities. Currently, Brittany serves as the official athletic trainer for the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders, providing dedicated support during their practices each week and on the sidelines of Vikings’ home games. Within the clinic, she oversees the total joint program and imparts instruction on return to dance techniques. She maintains active involvement in Minnesota Dance Medicine, an organization dedicated to teaching and preventing dance-related injuries for schools, studios, and dance companies across the Twin Cities.
Masters in Exercise Science, California University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, Minnesota State University – Mankato
Bachelor of Science in Dance, Minnesota State University – Mankato
Certified Athletic Trainer (ACT)
Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES), National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
National Athletic Training Association (NATA)
Minnesota Dance Medicine Foundation (MDMF)