Katie M. Edenfield, MD

CHFM Faculty

Katie M. Edenfield, MD Katie M. Edenfield, MD
Assistant Professor
Student Health Care Center
P.O. Box 117500
Gainesville, FL 32611-7500
(352) 392-1161
Fax: (352) 392-9625
e-mail:kedenfield@ufl.edu

Professional Biography

Dr. Edenfield is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine and holds a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine (CAQSM). She is currently a team physician for the University Athletic Association, and also serves as co-medical director of the Five Points of Life Marathon. Dr. Edenfield is a former collegiate swimmer and now enjoys running, triathlons and all water sports. She has special clinical interests in Sports Medicine and Nutrition.

Education/Training

Program/Degree Institution Field/Specialty
BS University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
Nutritional Sciences –  Cum Laude
MD University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
Medicine
Residency University of South Florida-Morton Plant Mease
Clearwater, Florida
Family Medicine
Fellowship University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
Primary Care Sports Medicine

Clinical Interests

  • Sports Medicine
  • Endurance Athletes

Recent Publications and Research

  • Vincent HK, Montero C, Conrad BP, Seay AN, Edenfield K, Vincent KR. Metabolic Responses of Running shod and barefoot in mid-forefoot runners. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. 2014 Aug; 54 (4): 447-55.
  • Edenfield KM, Stern AN, Dillon MC, Burkart TA, Clugston JR. A Case of Vasovagal Syncope in a Collegiate Swimmer During Competition. CSMR. 2015 March/April; 14 (2): 86-90.
  • Edenfield, KM, Clugston J, Moser M, Pass A, Beard N.  “Shoulder Injury- Football.”  Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise,  May 2011, 43(5): S134-135
  • O’Neal  ML, McCown K, Poulis G: A Complex Strain Injury Involving an Intercostal  Hematoma in a Professional Baseball Player. CJSM.  July 2008; 18(4): 372-3
  • Fernandez  HH, McCown K, Romrell J, Trieschmann ME, Friedman JH, Jacobson CE, and Okun  MS:  New-onset Diabetes Mellitus Among  Parkinsonian Patients Treated with Long-term Quetiapine.  Drug Target Insights 2008; 3: 27-29
  • Investigation  of “Effects of Deep Brain Stimulation in the STN and GPi on Working Memory in  Parkinson’s Disease” under Michael S. Okun, MD, Department of Neurology, UF  College of Medicine, Summer 2004