Inspire Exercise Medicine is the first medically designed and supervised exercise oncology facility in the U.S.
According to the National Cancer Institute, a supervised exercise program during and after cancer treatment is associated with a reduced risk of recurrence by up to 50% (cancer.gov)
Inspire Exercise Medicine
3555 Kraft Road #130 Naples, Florida, 34105
Inspire Exercise Medicine is focused exclusively on supporting cancer patients on the road to regaining their health with oncologist defined evidence-based treatment plans for nutrition and exercise in support of their overall health and wellness.
A significant part of the Inspire Exercise Medicine space is dedicated to physical, monitored exercises on machines and with exercise equipment, specifically selected for treatment purposes.
Colin Champ, MD, CSCS
I am a radiation oncologist researching the interaction between diet, exercise, and metabolism. My research interests include modulating metabolism through diet, exercise, general activity, and pharmaceutical agents and the impact of body composition on outcomes. My goal is to assess whether exercise, and specifically resistance training and functional exercise training can help improve overall health and potentially cancer-specific outcomes. Optimal nutrition and exercise should be part of the standard of care for cancer treatment.
My research focuses on the impact of diet, metabolism, and exercise on cancer incidence and treatment. I also am involved in radiation therapy research in the treatment of breast cancer and lymphoma, along with the impact of metabolism on radiation therapy effectiveness. My publications can be found here. I am passionate about my work, and have presented on it around the world and have written three books.
- Board Certification, American Board of Radiology, Radiation Oncology, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, National Strength and Conditioning Association
- 2019-2022: Associate Professor, Duke University School of Medicine
- 2013-2019: Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
- 2009-2013: Residency, Radiation Oncology, Thomas Jefferson University
- 2008: Medical education, MD, Thomas Jefferson University (Pennsylvania), 2008
- 2003: Undergraduate education, BS, Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Greer Burcky, MS, RDN/LDN, CPT
I am a registered dietitian with a Master of Science in Dietetics and Nutrition with over 1,200 hours of supervised practice in Naples and Miami, FL. During my internship, I had the opportunity to work with registered dietitians in the foodservice and clinical sector at Physicians Regional Medical Center. Additionally, I was able to work alongside registered dietitians at the Florida Department of Health and in private practice. With a specialty rotation focused on Integrative Functional Nutrition, I am passionate about the power nutrition can provide my patients. My goal is to provide the highest quality care and healing through proper nutrition and exercise. I incorporate my dietetic and personal trainer license to provide both services seamlessly to my patients here at Inspire Exercise Medicine.
- 05/21 – 12/21: Dietetic Internship: 1200+ hours supervised practice experience, Florida International University
- 08/19 – 04/21: M.S. in Dietetics and Nutrition: Florida International University
- 06/15 – 12/18: Undergraduate: B.S. in Health Sciences, University of South Florida, Suma Cum Laude
- License: Registered Dietitian Nutritionist/Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist
- Certifications: American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer, American Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR/AED for Professional Rescuer, and First Aid
- Professional Memberships: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics