Jason Huddleston graduated from the University of Florida with a Masters Degree in Physician Assistant Studies in June 2001. Upon culmination of the program, he received both professional certification and “Special Recognition in Surgery” by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Jason also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee. Adding to his undergraduate learning, Mr. Huddleston has also served as strength and conditioning coach and athletic training intern in the Toronto Blue Jays’ baseball organization. He has also served as an adjunct clinical professor of athletic training for the
His career as a Physician Assistant began in orthopaedics in
Jason came to the middle Tennessee in June of 2009. Since that time, he has been working in clinical and surgical orthopaedic practices, focusing on the comprehensive care of general orthopaedic and sports medicine patients. Furthermore, he has spent time in practice management in addition to his clinical practice duties.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time at home with his wife and sons. He is also enjoys going to church, carpentry, and varying fitness activities.