Eric Fuchs, DA, ATC, NRAEMT, SMTC Expert Witness

Contact Information

  • Company: The Rehberg Konin Group
  • Phone: 888-444-8754
  • Fax: 973-946-8440
  • Website: www.rehbergkonin.com
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Athletic Training and Emergency Medical Services

Specialty Focus: Emergency Care, Emergency Planning, Medication use in sports medicine, Program Accreditation, Exercise Science Programs, Event Medicine

Education: DA, Middle Tennessee State University; MA , San Jose State University; BS, Ohio University

Years in Practice: 28


Additional Information

Dr. Eric Fuchs currently serves as the Chair of the Department of Exercise & Sport Science and a Professor in the Master of Science in Athletic Training at Eastern Kentucky University. He previously served the athletic training program director for eight years and oversaw the transition from a B.S in Athletic Training to the Professional Master’s in Athletic Training. He previously served as program’s clinical education coordinator. Dr. Fuchs also serves periodically as guest lecture and has served as an adjunct faculty in the EKU Emergency Medical Care program. Dr. Fuchs is currently an adjunct faculty member for Florida International University’s Doctor of Athletic Training Program. Dr. Fuchs is currently certified as an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician by the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT) and is a Kentucky licensed AEMT. He is currently licensed by the Kentucky Board of Medical Imaging & Radiology Therapy for Limited Bone Densitometry. Dr. Eric Fuchs has served as an invited speaker and presenter on a variety of emergency care topics including, emergency action planning, spinal motion restriction, IV access & administration, airway management, and medication management in an athletic training facility. He has presented on these topics at national, regional, and state conferences. Dr. Fuchs was selected as the subject matter expert by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for IV access and administration. Dr. Fuchs was appointed and served of the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure Athletic Training Advisory subcommittee task force. Additionally, he serves on the Kentucky Board of EMS (KEBMS) Wilderness Advance Practice Paramedic Scope of Practice Task Force. Dr. Fuchs is a former president, and currently serves as treasurer, of the Kentucky Athletic Trainers’ Society. He also served in leadership roles with the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education, and on the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association executive board.