Jose Antonio BouffardMD
Doctor J. Antonio Bouffard, or Tony to his friends, is a Bone Radiologist in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine at the Detroit Medical Center (DMC) in Detroit, Michigan. He is into Orthopaedic and Sports medicine Ultrasound in the DMC, which takes care of 3 professional sports teams: the Detroit Tigers (baseball); the Detroit Pistons (basketball); and the Detroit Red Wings (ice hockey). DMC Sports Medicine takes care of all athletic injuries, and all musculoskeletal problems of the shoulders, elbows, knees, and ankles of the general public. Additionally, hand and wrist along with the spine care are part of their expertise. Orthopedic Surgery includes Trauma, Joint Replacement, Spine, Hand, Pediatrics, and Oncology.
Tony received his Bachelor of Science ‘75 and Bachelor of Education ‘76 degrees from the University of Toronto, Canada, and was graduated MD ’80 at the Manila Central University, Philippines. He finished Medical Internship ’81 at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas. From there, he completed his Radiology Residency ’85 at the Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, then 2 tandem Fellowships in Nuclear Medicine ’87 and Magnetic Resonance Imaging ‘88 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A year in private practice at the Holy Cross Hospital in Detroit was followed by 2 decades working at the Henry Ford Hospital, first as a Radiology Director for the Northeast Clinics and then as a Bone Radiologist in the Main Hospital. Finally, in the DMC, he now practices Orthopaedic and Sportsmedicine Ultrasound. He also interprets correlative MRI, CT, and X-rays. NASA (Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas), Olympics (United States Olympic Committee in Colorado Springs, Colorado) and Dr. James Andrews (Andrews Institute of Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics in Pensacola, Florida) retain him as a permanent consultant in Sports medicine Ultrasound and Orthopaedic Radiology.