Hunter Vincent, DO

University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Pain Medicine, Los Angeles, CA

Hunter Vincent is a fellow at University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Pain Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. He completed his residency at University of California at Davis. He graduated from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York. He received a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Biology from the University of California: Davis, where he also competed as a Division I soccer player. Hunter has extensive experience as a clinical exercise and nutrition consultant for several human performance labs and clinical obesity facilities. He has actively pursued clinical research opportunities through his work as a research assistant for the UC Davis intercollegiate performance lab, research mentorship under Dr. Matthew Budoff at LA Biomed: UCLA, Clinical Research Chair for the Touro COM Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Club, and as Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator for Dr. Steven Sampson at the Orthohealing Center. Throughout medical school, Hunter has been a contributing author to The Orthohealing Center and The Orthobiologic Institute medical blogs, composing articles ranging from common orthopedic and sports medicine topics to cutting edge advancements in Platelet Rich Plasma and Orthobiologic therapy. Hunter hopes to complete his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and continue to advance Orthobiologic therapy.