Dr. Robinetta Hudson
Lab Coordinator, Department of Kinesiology
Dr. Robinetta Hudson is the Lab Coordinator in the Athletic Training program. Dr. Hudson brings many years of clinical experience and a passion for athletic training to the classroom in a practical yet innovative way, teaching multiple courses throughout the discipline. Her primary area of focus is in rehabilitative care with a clinical practice philosophy that focuses on patient-centered care using the best available evidenced based treatments. Her work has been published in the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy and the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. Dr. Hudson continues clinical care as time allows, throughout the Greater Houston Area, maintaining her national and state certifications. Dr. Hudson serves on the College of Health Sciences Diversity and Inclusion committee.
- D.A.T., Doctorate of Athletic Training, University of Idaho, 2016
- M.A.T., Master of Athletic Training, Texas Tech University, 2010
- B.S., Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion, Sports Medicine, Coastal Carolina University, 2006
Hudson R, Richmond A, Sanchez B, Stevenson V, Baker RT, Nasypany A, May J, & Reordan D. (2018). Innovative treatment of clinically diagnosed meniscal tears: A randomized sham-controlled trial of the Mulligan Concept “squeeze” technique. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, 26(5): 254-263.
Hudson R, Baker RT, May J, Reordan D, & Nasypany A. (2017). Novel treatment of lateral ankle sprains using the Mulligan concept: an exploratory case series analysis. Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, 25(5):251-259.
Hudson R, Baker RT, Nasypany A, & Reordan D. (2017). Treatment of anterior shoulder subluxation using the Mulligan Concept and reflex neuromuscular stabilization: a case study. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 12(1):155-162.
Hudson R, Richmond A, Sanchez B, Stevenson V, Baker RT, May J, Nasypany A, & Reordan D. (2016). An alternative approach to the treatment of meniscal pathologies: a case series analysis of the mulligan concept “squeeze” technique. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 11(4):564-574.