Educational featsDr. Antonio Rozier is trained and experienced to treat spinal and musculoskeletal pain by carrying out the latest interventional and minimally invasive techniques. Along with performing these procedures, Dr. Rozier executes ultrasound-guided, regenerative interventional techniques. Hailing from Voorhees (New Jersey), he attended Morehouse College in Atlanta (Georgia) from where he graduated cum laude with a B.S degree in Biology (2004).
His stellar academic track record and hard work allowed him to be accepted to the Early Medical School Selection Program (Boston University) one year earlier. At the medical school, his work with the impoverished and marginalized let him receive an international educational grant to work with the homeless children in parts of Bolivia and South America. By doing continuous hard work and gaining empirical experience, Dr. Rozier was awarded an M.D. degree in 2008. Dr. Rozier passion for health and fitness is reflected in his vast experience and rich body of work in the fields of weight training, body building, and other forms of fitness. This experience has led him to further explore the complexities of the nervous and muscular systems of a human body.
The fellowships and grants bestowedDr. Rozier completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Birmingham (Alabama) where he received specialized training in electrodiagnostics, musculoskeletal medicine, and traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries. Dr. Rozier continued his education in Birmingham by completing a fellowship in Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine at Alabama Orthopedic, Spine and Sports Medicine Associates.
Unmatched recuperation methodologyDr. Rozier follows a well-designed recuperation methodology that directs him to focus not only on the disease’s symptoms but also on the ways a problem affects his patient’s lifestyle. As per his methodology, a patient plays an active role in a therapy’s success. Dr. Rozier aims at promoting patients’ optimal health by working with them to design and sustain their active lifestyles; he ensures that they participate in the activities that they enjoy the most. The driving mantra for his recuperation methodology is, “Now that we have added years to life, let’s add life to the years.”
Awarded membershipsBecause of Dr. Rozier’s outstanding work in the healthcare industry, he serves as a diplomat of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Apart from that, he is an active member of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, International Spine Intervention Society, and American Pain Society.
He lectures frequently throughout the DFW Metroplex on musculoskeletal pain, osteoporosis, and physical fitness. Apart from his educational and professional feats, Dr. Rozier practices mixed martial arts and is a health coach, too; he can converse in Spanish and English fluently.