Eric Gahan

Eric incorporates 19 years as an athletic trainer, strength coach, and post rehabilitation specialist to provide detailed coaching to optimize testosterone, strength training, nutrition, and soft tissue treatment.  Eric develops training and nutrition programs to optimize testosterone levels to maximize strength training, injury reduction and injury prevention.  Incorporating nutrition planning, strength training programs and soft tissue treatments to optimize testosterone production in the body and help you accomplish your personal goals in fitness and in life.   In the process of optimizing testosterone and nutrition you will also be developing mobility, stability, strength, stamina, resilience, and fat loss through training.

Eric is an accomplished leader in the field of athletic training with several national and local presentations on the importance of finding symmetry in the body and developing strength on that right and left side movement symmetry.

Eric’s optimization for testosterone, nutrition and strength training began while working with Division I athletes in undergraduate studies at Canisius College and then continuing at the University of Kentucky.  Professionally Eric has worked with athletes from St. Bonaventure University in the Atlantic-10 conference to the University of Mississippi in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) while he was rehabilitating and balancing asymmetries with future MLB and NFL players.  Eric served and the Senior Athletic Trainer for football at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) and most recently served as the Senior Athletic Trainer at Boston University.  This experience has helped Eric develop a keen eye for helping athletes and clients merge the gap from injury to return to high level of fitness.

Credentials: ATC
  • Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training
  • Canisius College 2000
  • Master of Science in Kinesology and Health Promotion
    University of Kentucky 2002

Gahan, E.W., Mattacola, C.G., Uhl, T.L., Malone, T.R. Relationship between isokinetic quadriceps and hamstring strength to lower extremity functional tests. Journal of Athletic Training, Acceptied for publication, 2002.

Clinical Presentations:

Incorporation of Hardstyle Kettlebell Training into Rehabilitation

Gahan EW: Iron Body Studios, Presented to Sports Medicine and Strength and Conditioning Staff at Harvard University, March 2012

Incorporation of Hardstyle Kettlebell Training into Rehabilitation

Gahan EW: Iron Body Studios, Presented to Sports Medicine and Strength and Conditioning Staff at Northeastern University, June 2011

Incorporation of Kettlebells into Rehabilitation

Gahan EW: Department of Athletic Training Services, Boston University, America East Conference Sports Mecdicine Annual Symposium, Boston MA, May 2011

Non-Operative Rehabilitation of Sports Hernia

Gahan EW: Department of Athletic Training Services, Boston University, Case report accepted for College Athletic Trainers Society Annual Symposium, Las Vegas NV, April 2011

Brachial Plexus Injury in a Division I Football Player

Gahan EW: Department of Sports Medicine, University of Mississippi, University, MS,Case report accepted for Annual SEC Sports Medicine Meeting, April 2007.

TFCC Repair in a Division I Baseball Player

Gahan EW, Giessler W: Department of Sports Medicine, University of Mississippi, University, MS, case report accepted for Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting, March 2007.

Relationship Between Isokinetic Quadriceps and Hamstring Strength to Lower Extremity Functional Tests

Gahan EW, Mattacola CG, Uhl TL, Malone TR:  Division of Athletic Training, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, abstract accepted for Southeast Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting, March 2002 and Journal of Athletic Training, Accepted for Publication, 37:2; S-97, 2002.

Staphylococcus Aureus Infection in the Lower Leg of a High School Football Player

Gahan EW, Uhl TL, Ireland ML:  Division of Athletic Training, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.  Presented to The University of Kentucky Sports Medicine Staff.

 

  • Athletic Trainer Certified
    Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers
  • StrongFirst Kettlebell (SFG) Level I
    StrongFirst
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
    National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • FRCms
    Functional Range Conditioning Movement Specialist
  • CK-FMS
    Certified Kettlebell Functional Movement Specialist
  • Dr. Ma's Integrated Dry Needling (IDN) Provider 
  • Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) Provider
Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada 89178