Alireza Behboudi, DO


Specialty:

Orthopedics

Group:

ETMC First Physicians

Education:

Foot and ankle orthopedic fellowship, Grand Rapids Orthopedic Associates of Michigan
Orthopedic trauma fellowship, Georgia Orthopaedic Trauma Institute, Macon, GA
Orthopedic surgery residency, Peninsula/Northshore LIJ Consortium, Far Rockaway, NY
Orthopedic surgery residency, Firelands Regional Medical Center, Sandusky, Ohio, OH
Internship, Huron Valley Sinai/Detroit Medical Center, Commerce, MI
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Des Moines University, Des Moines, IA
Bachelor of Science in biology, University of Houston, Houston, TX

Board Certifications:

Board Certified Orthopedic Surgery

Awards & Associations:

American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
American Osteopathic Association
Intern of the Year, Detroit Medical Center
Academic scholarship, Des Moines University
Summa cum laude graduate, University of Houston
Academic scholarship, University of Houston

Clinical Interests:

Complex fracture surgery
Orthopedic traumatology
Arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder, knee and ankle
Sports medicine
Arthritis
Tendon and ligament surgery
Deformities and arthritis of the foot and ankle
Bunions, hammertoes, achilles tendon, flat feet and diabetic foot

Philosophy:

For orthopedic surgeon Dr. Alireza “Ali” Behboudi, becoming an ETMC First Physician seemed like a perfect career move. His fellowship training in foot and ankle surgey adds another specialty to the ETMC Orthopedic Institute. His orthopedic trauma fellowship makes him an asset at the ETMC Level I Trauma Center in Tyler.
But it is Dr. Behboudi’s love of helping people that makes him an excellent fit at ETMC, where he specializes in orthopedic trauma, general orthopedic care and comprehensive care of foot and ankle disorders, including treatment of deformities, bunions, hammertoes, flat feet, arthritis, diabetic foot, injuries and reconstruction.
Dr. Behboudi tailors each treatment plan to fit the specific needs, lifestyles and goals of his patients. “I believe that treatment starts with taking the time to listen to a person, followed by helping them to understand all of their options.”