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Early years:

Dr. Noe ("Noah") Sariban was born in Boston, MA, but was raised in Belgium until the age of 19. He then moved back to the US.


- Undergraduate: Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from University of Maryland.

- Graduate School: Physical Therapy Doctorate from Duke University's School of Medicine 

Professional Career:

Noe has worked as a Doctor of Physical Therapy in Sports and Orthopedics since 2013, helping athletes return to their prior level of function. 

Noe's post graduate coursework has focused on developing his Manual Therapy abilities, training through the Spinal Manipulation Institute under Dr. Dunning. In addition, Noe completed his Dry Needling Certification as well as Blood Flow Restriction Training Certification, adding another dimension to his practice and  improving his outcomes with patients. Dr. Sariban is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and a Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level II Medical professional. 

Athletic experience: Noe has played sports all his life, and competed in Basketball at the Junior College level. Other sports he loves and enjoyed playing growing up are tennis, soccer, table tennis, racquetball, golf, badminton, skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding, mountain biking, and rock climbing.


Noe started playing pickleball in 2016! He found it combined skills (anticipation and reaction time, side to side movement, speed and quickness, agility and power, finesse, strategy and teamwork) from so many different sports that it made his transition to the game seem natural. Noe competed at the highest level from 2017 to 2020, and is a Joola Sponsored Player and Coach as well as a Level II Certified Pickleball Teaching Professional through the IPTPA. 

Noe is part of World Number 1 Ben Johns' team and travels with Ben on the PPA Tour to ensure Ben stays physically and mentally ready for the tournament demands!

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