Reid Fisher

EdD, ATC, LAT

Certified Athletic Trainer, National Athletic Trainers Association/Licensed Athletic Trainer, State of Texas

Office: Nursing Building #228
E-mail: rafisher@uiwtx.edu
Phone: (210) 283-6446

  • Educational Degrees

    • Doctorate of Education in Learning and Leadership
      • University of Tennessee - Chattanooga 2013
    • MS in Human and Health Performance
      • University of Tennessee - Chattanooga 2004
    • BS in Kinesiology with emphasis in Athletic Training
      • Southwestern University 2001
  • Brief Academic and Teaching History

    My principle foci have been supporting student achievement and musculoskeletal anatomy.
    • UIW (2012 - Present)
      • Assistant Professor
      • National boards examination preparation
      • Functional Anatomy
      • A bunch of other stuff in that time
    • St. Andrew-Sewanee School (2006 - 2012)
      • Middle School Adventure Education
    • Northeastern University (2005 - 2006)
      • Cadaver anatomy lab coordinator as adjunct
    • Eastern Nazarene College (2004 - 2006)
      • Exercise Physiology
      • Biomechanics
      • Introduction to Sports Medicine
  • Research Interests

    • Running gait and its influence on injury mitigation
    • Knee and ankle anatomy influence on chronic injury development
    • Financial impacts of athletic training in patient care
    • Athletic training integration with US Air Force
    • Community impacts on school-age student development
  • Recent Intellectual Contributions

    Publications

    Waldhelm A, Fisher RA. Lower extremity muscle activation during over ground verses treadmill running. MOJ Yoga & Physical Therapy. 2016; 1 (1): 00003. DOI 10.15406/mojypt.2016.01.00003.

  • Professional Memberships

    • National Athletic Trainers Association
    • Southwest Athletic Trainers Association
    • Alamo Area Athletic Trainers Association
  • Awards and Accomplishments

    • Congressionally-directed medical research program grant recipient for $980,000
    • Athletic Trainer integration in US Air Force basic training
    • Provost Teaching Award for new faculty - University of the Incarnate Word