Dr. Huff is a sports medicine physician who is board certified in family medicine and has additional fellowship training and certification in sports medicine.
He specializes in the non-operative and/or minimally invasive surgical treatment of disorders affecting bones, joints, muscles, and tendons, including conditions such as:
- Sprains and strains
- Chronic tendon pain
Dr. Huff offers a full spectrum of treatment options for both acute and chronic orthopedic conditions, and he also specializes in ortho-biological injections such as platelet rich plasma and prolotherapy.
Dr. Huff has extensive training in ultrasound guided injections to minimize the pain and lack of precise placement of medication that can occur with blind injection approaches.
Dr. Huff also offers minimally invasive surgical treatment using the Tenex system for chronic tendon pain conditions including, but not limited to:
- Tennis/golfer’s elbow
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rotator cuff pain
- Jumpers knee
- Chronic trochanteric hip pain
Dr. Huff is one of few physicians in Ohio trained to perform this procedure for conditions in both the lower and upper extremities and has trained several other physicians throughout Ohio and the United States on this procedure technique.
Dr. Huff serves as the medical director of Workpro, Southeastern Med’s full spectrum occupational medicine clinic where he actively works as supervising physician collaborator for the medical providers, in addition to directly treating serious acute occupational injuries that occur in the workplace. He also serves as the sole medical review officer for Southeastern Med.
Dr. Huff also serves as medical director for physical therapy and rehabilitation at Southeastern Med and acts as team physician for three local high schools: Cambridge, John Glenn and Meadowbrook, in addition to seeing high school athletes from all area schools regionally.
Dr. Huff is a graduate of Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. He completed his primary residency at University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio. Following residency, Dr. Huff completed a sports medicine fellowship program in the Cleveland Clinic Health System.
“I’ve been established in the community now for several years and couldn’t be happier to be in Southeast Ohio. I grew up in this region and wanted to return to provide the quality care and array of treatment options I’ve learned to folks living in our rural region. I enjoy being a part of a small community and appreciate the advantages of raising my children here where people still care about others and we can slow down from the fast lane enough to enjoy life.”
Dr. Huff enjoys several hobbies including spending time with his wife and children, fishing, hunting, classic cars, golfing and shooting sport