Postural Restoration Certified
542 N Williamson Ave
Elon, NC 27244-9157

W. Brent Henderly


Duke Physical Therapy

Specialization(s):Sports Performance
PRC Credentialing Earned: 2019

PRI Courses Completed:

Myokinematic Restoration
Postural Respiration
Pelvis Restoration
Impingement & Instability
Advanced Integration

Brent earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Elon University, in North Carolina, in 2009. He achieved the designation of Postural Restoration Certified (PRC) clinician in 2019 from the Postural Restoration Institute, in Lincoln, NE. He has worked in the Duke University Hospital system, in outpatient, orthopedics and sports medicine since 2010, and has achieved Board Certified Specialist credentials from the APTA in both Sports Physical Therapy (SCS) and Orthopedic Physical Therapy (OCS).  He carries additional certification from the Titleist Performance Institute, Medical level 2 certification.

He currently continues to work for Duke University Hospital system, providing rehabilitation coverage for the Division 1 athletic department at Elon University, working with athletes from all NCAA sanctioned sports.  He enjoys helping his patients recover from their injuries, helping athletes return to play, and performing at their highest level of performance. Outside of Physical Therapy, Brent enjoys exercising and playing sports of all types including, running, cycling, golfing, swimming, playing and coaching soccer, and being a father.

Note: due to the clinical setting and patient population Brent works with, he is not available to see private patients at this time.


At the time of PRI Credentialing, providers are required to submit verification of current licensure or certification status to determine eligibility for PRI Credentialing. It is the responsibility of credentialed providers to update the Postural Restoration Institute if their license or certification has expired, been suspended, or revoked, so that they can be removed from the PRI Find a Provider map. As Postural Restoration Institute places this responsibility on providers, it cautions consumers that they should not rely on Postural Restoration Institute’s website as evidence of a provider’s current licensure or certification status. Instead, the Postural Restoration Institute recommends that patients and clients wishing to verify a provider’s current licensure or certification status contact the relevant regulatory boards or reach out directly to the provider to ask for current verification of his or her licensure or certification. The Postural Restoration Institute is not liable for and disclaims any responsibility for services performed by PRI Credentialed providers.

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