Jonathan S. Hall, MD, is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon sub-specializing in foot and ankle surgery. His advanced training from some of the world’s leaders in this field has been extensive in the operative and non-operative treatment of ankle, hindfoot, midfoot, and forefoot disorders. His expertise includes problems related to ankle and foot deformities, leg, ankle and foot fractures, sports injuries to the ankle and foot leading to pain and instability, nerve, muscle and tendon injuries, and pain due to arthritis in the ankle and foot. His clinical interests also include reconstruction, fusion, and joint replacement.
He was born and raised in Seattle, attending Garfield High School. He then attended Yale University and played college football. He worked for many years in the internet technology industry in both Seattle and Silicon Valley, working for businesses such as Disney, ABC News, ESPN, the NBA and the NFL, followed by starting his own business. He eventually decided to attend medical school and continue the family tradition. He is a fourth-generation doctor who is fully committed to his family’s tradition of caring for the people of the Pacific Northwest. The University of Washington’s student health center is named after his great grandfather, Dr. David C. Hall.
Dr. Hall and his wife are parents to twins, who takes up most of his free time. When he is able to get away he loves golfing, reading a good book, and playing the occasional pick-up basketball game or flag football game. It is very important to him to remain highly active, which translates well to his goals for every patient: to maintain a level of activity that promotes health and happiness to you and those around you.