Dr. Devon Hutton completed her residency in Family Medicine providing preventive care for children and adults. She is experienced in examination, diagnosis, and treatment of a variety of conditions and has special interest and expertise in the field of sports medicine. Dr. Hutton has specialty training to help people with sports or activity-related injuries and illnesses. “I look forward to helping people in the Bend community get back to their normal selves whether fighting the flu or helping to mend a broken bone,” says Dr. Hutton. She is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, American College of Sports Medicine and the Wilderness Medical Society.
Dr. Hutton’s interest in medicine began at an early age due to strong family influence. This early interest led her to the slopes where she worked as an EMT on a ski patrol team and eventually to the collegiate soccer field—two experiences that only furthered her interest in sports medicine as a career. Her sports medicine experience includes acting as a physician volunteer at numerous clinics and events such as the Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Clinic, St. Anthony’s Cooper Mountain Clinic, Lewis and Clark College Athletics, The Aloha High School football team, Ironman Portland, the Shamrock Run, various high school nordic ski racing events and as an EMT.
Dr. Hutton has also been involved in numerous community presentations and lectures. She has participated in a variety of OHSU fitness lectures on topics such as wilderness preparedness, women in wilderness, exercise medicine for Parkinson’s disease, school athlete injury prevention, hip and joint pain, among many others.
Dr. Hutton has always been an outdoor enthusiast, and when she is not in the office taking care of patients, she can be found on family adventures cross country or alpine skiing, running, hiking, or biking. She also enjoys listening to NPR, bike commuting and trail reconstruction and maintenance.