Jonathann Kuo, MD
BA: Boston University
MD: Boston University
Residency: New York Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell
Fellowship: New York Presbyterian Hospital / Hospital for Special Surgery / Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Founder, CEO, & Medical Director
Since opening Hudson in 2010, Dr. Kuo has treated over 50,000 patients. His dedication to patient care is matched by his steadfast contributions to clinical research. Having collaborated with renowned doctors and health organizations across the globe, Dr. Kuo has emerged as a prominent thought leader across the interventional pain management and orthobiologics fields.
In his spare time, Dr. Kuo is an accomplished artist who has exhibited at several galleries and displays many of his works across Hudson Health’s TriBeCa and West Village practices. He also enjoys biohacking, cycling, travel gastronomy, and spending time with his growing family.
Dr. Kuo firmly believes that numerous mental health conditions can be effectively managed by addressing and enhancing the fundamental biological systems within the body. By optimizing cellular metabolic health through the utilization of peptides, resetting the autonomic nervous system, rebalancing hormones, and implementing dietary and lifestyle adjustments, significant strides have been observed in improving mental health—all without the need for lifelong medication reliance.
Having administered over 2000 dual sympathetic blocks, Dr. Kuo is a pioneering voice in the growing interventional mental health field. Under his guidance and leadership, Hudson Mind facilitates research for upcoming studies on emerging interventions, including Psilocybin and MDMA.
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More about Dr. Kuo
English, Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), Taiwanese
North Shore / Long Island Jewish Hospital, Mt. Sinai / Beth Israel Medical Center
Clinicial work and published papers
Stellate Ganglion Blocks
"SGBs have a wide range of clinical applications and offer patients an alternative treatment option for when other therapies fail to provide adequate symptom relief."Learn More →
DSB for Anxiety
"More studies which explore the similarity of pathophysiology between GAD and PTSD may validate the hypothesis that these symptoms stem from autonomic dysfunction, and thus may be treated via SGB injections."Learn More →
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
"In the search to address this failure of conventional depression treatments, researchers have discovered TMS Therapy as novel treatment options for depression that provide profound and lasting symptom relief "Learn More →