About Brandon A. Henry, MD
Raised in southern California, Dr. Henry grew up loving and playing a plethora of sports including baseball, football, basketball and soccer. His avid athletic abilities awarded him induction into his high school’s Hall of Fame after consecutive CIF Division 2 Football championships. His athletic career continued at Citrus College with baseball and later Sacramento State University with football. He culminated his collegiate career with a B.A. degree in Biological Sciences and was named the Most Outstanding Graduate of the Science Educational Equity program. He continued his education at Howard University College of Medicine and served as class president for all 4 years. He matched into pediatric residency at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital.
After completing residency, Dr. Henry worked as a general pediatrician. His love of sports led him to pursue a primary care sports medicine fellowship at the Baylor Sports Medicine Fellowship in Waco, Texas. This fellowship granted him the privilege of being a team physician for Baylor University athletics, including the Big 12 Tournament Champions women’s soccer team, McLennan Community College athletics, and University High School athletics.
Like his love for sports, Dr. Henry also has a strong passion for mentoring. He serves as the Assistant Director for the Tour For Diversity in Medicine. Tour For Diversity in Medicine is an organization that works to educate, inspire and cultivate the future generations of minority physicians, dentists and pharmacists. He is a lifetime member of the Student National Medical Association and is currently the Chief of the Strategic Planning Council. Dr. Henry is also an active member of the American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
In his spare time, Dr. Henry enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife, Aneesah and his daughter, Tyler. He loves being active and often enjoys exercising, playing baseball, softball, and golf. And of course, he is an avid sports fan that passionately follows his Los Angeles Dodgers, Lakers, and Kings, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the USC Trojans.