Dr. Rudins received his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia, after completing his undergraduate studies at Duke University. Dr. Rudins performed his physical medicine and rehabilitation (PM&R) residency at the renowned Mayo Clinic, after which he received further training in sports medicine at the University of Hawaii and in medical acupuncture at UCLA. Dr. Rudins is board-certified by both the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine. He has published and given numerous lectures on biomechanics, back pain, foot problems and sports injuries. Dr. Rudins has provided medical care for athletes ranging from professional, such as at the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon, to local and amateur, including serving as a team physician for the University of Hawaii. He is a marathon runner and speaks fluent Russian.
Keith M. Maxwell, M.D.
Dr. Maxwell graduated from UNCA and completed medical school at Oral Roberts University. After finishing his residency at Georgia Baptist Medical Center, which included work with the team physician for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, Dr. Maxwell completed a fellowship in spine surgery at Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta. His specialties include orthopedic spine disorders, spine surgery, general orthopedics and sports medicine. Dr. Maxwell is board-certified in orthopedic surgery and was the first board-certified spine surgeon in North Carolina. He is an assistant consultant professor of surgery at Duke University Medical Center.
Gregory S. Motley, M.D.
Dr. Motley served his country in the United States Air Force, receiving distinguished honors in Officer Training School. While at the University of Kentucky Medical School, he served as flight surgeon for a Black Hawk helicopter unit. He is also a commercial multi-engine jet pilot. Dr. Motley is board-certified in orthopedic surgery and sports medicine. He is fellowship-trained in arthroscopy and specializes in all major joints including, but not limited to, knees, shoulders and ankles. Dr. Motley completed his sports medicine fellowship training under Dr. Robert Jackson, the father of arthroscopy in North America, at Baylor Hospital in Dallas. Dr. Motley assisted in the care, with their respective team physicians, of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and the NHL’s Dallas Stars.