Dr. John Broussard is board certified in Family Medicine with added certification in Sports Medicine (CAQSM) who specializes in both regenerative medicine and osteopathic manipulative medicine. Dr. Broussard’s philosophy for patient care is that through the utilization of integrative medicine, patients are able to receive comprehensive care in one setting. Approaches include regenerative in-office treatments combined with specific patient-tailored lifestyle modifications in combination with utilizing food as medicine and hormone optimization. Dr. Broussard strives to facilitate the healing process and improve vitality and believes the pathway to optimal healing requires identifying and removing barriers to optimal healing in conjunction with providing the body with the essential factors needed to facilitate the recovery process.
After obtaining his B.S. in Kinesiology and Human Movement Science from Louisiana State University, Dr. Broussard earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Nova Southeastern University in South Florida. His post-graduate training included a residency in Family Medicine at an osteopathic hospital, then practicing in the urgent care setting. In order to further his training in osteopathic and regenerative medicine, Dr. Broussard completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Institute for Non-Surgical Orthopedics in Florida. During his fellowship he had the opportunity to provide sideline game coverage and in office-care for the North American Soccer League’s Ft Lauderdale Strikers, Ft Lauderdale High School football, as well as mixed martial arts events, among others. He has presented at state conferences, provided skills-based labs, and supervised residents and medical students in osteopathic and sports medicine clinical settings.
Outside of the office he enjoys activities that facilitate growth in unity of the mind, body and spirit, such as cooking, regular physical activity, time spent with mentors, and traveling with friends and family. Dr. Broussard finds great joy and fulfillment through participation in medical mission outreach in Honduras and Mexico partnering with the Hackett-Hemwall-Patterson Foundation to provide much needed prolotherapy to thousands of underserved people in those areas.