Meet Dr. Eli Hudson
Naturopathic Doctor & Doctor of Chiropractic
A Passion for Natural Living
Dr. Hudson was raised on a small farm in Vancouver, Washington by a single mother who encouraged self-sufficiency and living in agreement with nature’s rhythms. He learned this ethos through agriculture and seed saving, raising livestock, beekeeping, and water collection (to name just a few). Now, Dr. Hudson helps other natural lifestyle enthusiasts optimize their health and wellness by integrating traditional healing wisdom and modern scientific research.
Discovering Natural Medicine
Dr. Hudson was first introduced to natural medicine by the late Dr. Bill Gibbon, a close family friend, naturopathic physician, and chiropractor adored by his patients. It was obvious how much he loved his work. Dr. Gibbon frequently talked about his successes with natural treatment methods with contagious enthusiasm. These stories inspired Dr. Hudson’s interest in natural medicine at an early age.
Following in the footsteps of Dr. Gibbon, Dr. Hudson chose an education in chiropractic and naturopathic medicine. He first earned his Doctorate of Chiropractic (DC) at the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Subsequently, he earned his Naturopathic Doctorate (ND) at the National University of Natural Medicine, in Portland, Oregon.
After graduation, he studied Prolotherapy & PRP needling techniques with Dr. Tyna Moore at Core Wellness Chiropractic & Naturopathic Clinic in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Moore is considered by many to be the leading Prolotherapy & PRP educator in the naturopathic field. Spending time under her wing with a dynamic group of colleagues resolved Dr. Hudson’s decision to make regenerative injections an area of focus in his practice.
Loving Life Around Battle Ground, WA
When he’s not reading up on the latest research on natural medicine, Dr. Hudson enjoys spending his free time outdoors: hiking, camping, off-roading, and mushroom foraging with his wife, Allison, and three stepchildren. He also volunteers for the Washington Trails Association and the Clark Public Utilities’ StreamTeam. Both organizations promote the health of our community and our planet.