|Sports Performance Program|
Noah St. John, MS, RD
Noah advises professional and elite athletes, as well as anyone interested in optimizing their health and/or performance. Noah holds academic degrees from Florida State and Pennsylvania State Universities and is a Registered Dietitian.
Sports Medicine Physicians
Claude T. Moorman, III, MD
Director of the Duke Sports Medicine Center, Associate Professor of Surgery, and Head Team Physician for Duke University leads an expert medical faculty. Dr. Moorman provides our Sports Performance patients with leading edge medical care and, as a former NCAA Division I athlete, the kind of empathy that only an athlete/physician can give to an athlete/patient who is eager to get back in the game. As former Head Team Physician for the NFL’s Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, Dr. Moorman has cared for top-tier professional athletes.
David J. Berkoff, MD
Dr. Berkoff works with all types of athletes, and as an Ironman Triathlete brings a depth of expertise to endurance athletes. Dr. Berkoff is an Assistant Professor at Duke University. He is board certified in both Sports Medicine and Emergency Medicine. Dr. Berkoff’s research interests include performance enhancement and injury prevention, particularly focusing on hydration, cooling, and electrolyte abnormalities in competing athletes.
Sports Physical Therapist
Bob Bruzga, PT, MPT, OCS, SCS, ATC/LAT
Mr. Bruzga leads Duke University’s Sports Medicine Physical Therapy staff. Bob is both a licensed physical therapist and athletic trainer and holds board certifications in both sports medicine and orthopaedics. Bob and his staff work with athletes having a variety of complex injuries/conditions, from amateur to professional levels.
Greg Dale, Ph.D.
Dr. Dale is a Professor of Sport Psychology and Sport Ethics at Duke University. He is also the Director of Mental Training and Co-Director of the Leadership Program for Duke Athletics. In addition to his work with Duke athletes and coaches, Dr. Dale consults with numerous college and professional athletes and teams as well as corporations across America. Dr. Dale has written three books related to leadership and performance. In addition, he has written scripts and served as the “expert” on a series of eleven videos for coaches and athletes. Dr. Dale has been featured on Good Morning America, MSNBC, Court TV and numerous national radio programs. He is a member of the Sport Psychology Staff for USA Track and Field and provides interactive and innovative workshops for coaches, parents and athletes in a variety of settings.