American Board of Pediatrics
American College of Sports Medicine
Dr. Moffatt’s areas of clinical interest include concussion management, musculoskeletal sport-related injuries, injury prevention and policy implementation at the state and national levels. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training/Exercise Science and Master of Science degree in orthopedic surgery from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. His first career was serving as the athletic trainer for the San Jose Sharks IHL affiliate. His passion for sports medicine led him to medical school at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and then to complete his pediatric residency at the Creighton University-University of Nebraska Health Foundation. As an athletic trainer turned pediatrician, Dr. Moffatt is a highly-regarded, well-known expert in the field. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and was elected to the AAP’s Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness Executive Committee. He chairs the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee and serves as physician for state championships for the Nebraska School Activities Association. Dr. Moffatt has helped shape sports medicine policy on a state and national level as an advisor to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Nebraska High School Activities Association. He is the Director of Pediatric Sports Medicine at Children’s and an associate professor of Pediatrics at Creighton University School of Medicine.
November 18, 2018
The World Herald: Kids with concussions can text, but ‘Fortnite’ should wait, says Children’s doc in new report
American Academy of Pediatrics Clinical Report: Sport-Related Concussion
This Provider Practices at:
Children's Hospital & Medical Center Specialty Pediatric Center
111 N. 84th St.
Omaha, NE 68114