Ryan C Hudson, MD
Family Medicine, Sports Medicine
"I believe it is important to form open, trusting relationships with my patients so that we can collaborate to make decisions which optimize long-term health."
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I take great joy in providing specialty trained nonsurgical care for medical and orthopedic conditions related to exercise, sports and activity. I chose the field of Sports Medicine because of my interest in musculoskeletal medicine and the important role that exercise has on maintaining long-term health. Regular exercise can significantly aid in preventing many of our nation’s most prevalent chronic diseases, making taking medications unnecessary. I have focused my education on sports medicine since medical school and have positioned myself throughout my residency and specialty training to be trained by leaders of the sports medicine field. I continue to further my expertise through ongoing education of my clinical interest areas - musculoskeletal ultrasound, tendon disorders and concussions.
My overall career objective is to help my patients reach their health and fitness goals, no matter what level they are starting from. This may be competitive athletics, running an ultramarathon, or simply enjoying a pain free walk with a friend. Learn more about concussions and athletes.
- Medical Degree: Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH (2004)
- Residency: Family Medicine, concentrating on Sports Medicine, University of Washington
- Fellowship: Sports Medicine, O'Connor Hospital
- Board Certified: Family Medicine and Sports Medicine
- Joined The Everett Clinic in 2011
Listen to Dr. Hudson discuss Raynaud's disease and concussions in this radio clip: Raynaud's disease & concussions
Why The Everett Clinic?
One thing I appreciate about The Everett Clinic as an organization is the tools it provides to help both patients and physicians navigate the ever-changing system of healthcare. These tools allow me to make sure my focus is on what's really important--providing the highest quality care to my patients.
Listen to Dr. Hudson discuss Raynaud's disease and concussions in this radio clip: Raynaud's disease & concussions.