Dr. Judd is thrilled to be joining Dr. Wade and Dr. Everson at Interior Alaska Orthopedic and Sports Medicine and providing exceptional and individualized care for patients in Fairbanks.
He completed his orthopedic residency training in Miami, Florida at busy Level 1 Trauma Centers, handling a high volume of trauma and adult joint reconstructions. He recently completed a fellowship in pediatric and adolescent orthopedics sports medicine at Columbia University, Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York, a world leader in the care of orthopedic conditions and limb deformities in children and adults.
Dr. Judd treats a wide spectrum of orthopedic conditions, including trauma and fractures; performs shoulder, hip and knee replacements, and takes care of all types of sports injuries utilizing the newest techniques for cartilage and meniscal preservation, and ligament reconstruction in athletes from children to young adults after sustaining injuries. He possesses specialized training in the treatment of all pediatric orthopedic conditions, such as clubfoot, congenital limb deformities and leg length discrepancies, hip dysplasia, scoliosis, neuromuscular conditions including cerebral palsy and spina bifida, in addition to hand and foot and ankle conditions.
Dr. Judd is excited to be a part of the Alaskan community. He grew up in Georgia and Utah and was active in snow sports, hunting, backpacking and fishing, and made yearly trips to Alaska during his training. His wife of ten years spent her early years in Fairbanks, attending Lathrop High School. They have one son and a large poodle named Yankee who was raised in the heart of New York City. Dr. Judd is a former collegiate lacrosse player, is passionate about furthering youth sports and sincerely hopes he can convince hockey players in the area to take up lacrosse in the offseason.