Dr. Hull was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. He attended Adrian College for his undergraduate studies where he also played basketball for the Bulldogs. He completed his medical education and training at Michigan State University, specializing in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Hull is a fellowship-trained physiatrist, with a passion for sports medicine, electromyography, and non-operative procedures directed towards treating spine and other musculoskeletal-related conditions. He also enjoys teaching residents and medical students while serving as Clinical Assistant Professor with Michigan State University.
Aside from medicine, Dr. Hull enjoys spending time with his wife and family, including his energetic twin toddlers. If any free time arises, you may find him on the golf course or playing basketball at a local gym. Dr. Hull and his family are active members of their local church, keeping in mind the importance of faith in their day-to-day lives.
Medical – Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (East Lansing, MI), D.O., 2014
Undergraduate – Adrian College (Adrian, MI), B.A., Summa Cum Laude, 2010
American Osteopathic Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation – Eligible
Fellowship – Michigan State University Interventional Pain Management, Electromyography, Primary Care Sports Medicine, Departments of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine (East Lansing, MI), 2018–2020
Residency – Michigan State University Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (East Lansing, MI), 2015–2018