Dr. Brent K. Hudson is a native Floridian. Born, raised, and living in Manatee and Sarasota Counties for most of his life, his love of competitive sports and outdoor adventure led to many injuries which often needed various treatments. He found the most successful treatments were natural, coming in the form of chiropractic, physical therapy, nutrition, and fitness. Naturally, the next step was to become a chiropractor, a wellness physician who specializes not only in the care of human ailments but also in the prevention of pain and suffering through optimal care. He became a licensed chiropractor in 1988, and throughout his career, he has consistently pursued knowledge of the human body by becoming a Certified Chiropractic Spinal Trauma Specialist, a nutrition counselor, fitness instructor, martial arts instructor, and earning his master's degree in Anatomy and Physiology. He has instructed students at 5 different colleges in Tampa Bay to improve their fundamental understanding of the human body to further their careers in the health field. He has written 750+ articles on health and travel. He has lectured to thousands of employees at businesses and corporations throughout Florida to improve health in the workplace.
His specialties include athletic peak performance via strength and flexibility, auto accident injuries, and helping as many people as possible to reach optimal wellness and a pain-free lifestyle via best foods, daily exercise, positive habits, and improved joint motion through chiropractic care.
He is a lifelong fitness guru, participating in numerous marathons, triathlons, and adventure races. He personally created a charity event where he ran solo for almost 30 miles along the Gulf of Mexico shore, from Siesta Key to Anna Maria Island, to raise money and awareness for local disabled veterans. His passion is adventure travel to the far corners of the planet, and to learn the best health habits from every culture and country, and delivering them to the residents of his hometown. He has frequently donated his time to the care of rural people in various countries who have limited access to advanced health care.
When he is not treating patients at the office or by house call, you can find him on a picnic, biking, kayaking, or running near the lakes, rivers, bays, and Gulf of Mexico with his wife, 2 sons, and English bulldog.