BA. Morehouse Kinesiology and Sport Health 1997
MS Life University Sport Injury Management 2000
DAT A.T.Still University (May 2018)
GT Magazine 2005 Nutrition
Athletic Training 2000 cert# 050002017
License Number GA AT001037
Mulligan Concept Spinal and Peripheral Manual Therapy 2015
Positional Release Therapy 2015
Impact Trained Athletic Trainer (ITAT) Concussion Education and Awareness 2016
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) 2012
Functional Movement Screening (FMS) 2012
Douglas joined the Atlanta Dream as Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer in 2014 after spending four seasons in the Golden State Warriors organization. While there he served as the President of the NBA Development-League’s Athletic Trainer Association. Prior to his stint in Golden State, Douglas spent three seasons with the NBA D-League’s Reno Bighorns, and had also previously worked with the NBA D-League’s Albuquerque Thunder-birds.
Douglas also spent time as the Athletic Trainer for Men’s Basketball at N.J.I.T., and was Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer for the WNBA’s Houston Comets. He also spent three seasons as the Memphis Grizzlies’ Assistant Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Assistant and Equipment Manager, after serving as Head Trainer in the International Basketball League.
Douglas worked four seasons as an intern with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL, as a Graduate Assistant at Morehouse College, and a Student Assistant with USA Women’s Basketball during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.
Douglas holds a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Sport Health from Morehouse College and a Master’s degree in Sport Injury Management from Life University, and Currently in the beginning stages of a Doctoral Program in Athletic Training from A.T. Still University. Douglas is married and has three children ages 16, 14, and 8. Douglas also served his country as a Naval Officer.