Dr. Chris Trevino
“I received my PhD in cell biology from Tulane University before attending LSU Medical School, so for many years I’ve had a fascination with the clinical use of stem cells to repair the human body. The work we’re able to do now at Louisiana Regenerative Medicine Center affords me that opportunity, and I’ve been able to experience first-hand the benefits to our patients of this exciting new medical technology.”
Dr. Chris Trevino joins the Louisiana Regenerative Medical Center bringing vast knowledge and background in clinical medicine, basic sciences and physician leadership. Dr. Trevino received his PhD from Tulane University in Developmental and Cell Biology and has published numerous peer reviewed articles.
After completing his Graduate work, Dr. Trevino decide to change his focus from basic science to the clinical arena and attended Medical School at LSU-Shreveport and became Board Certified in Emergency Medicine 1999.
During the past 18 years, in addition to his practice, Dr. Trevino has participated in a variety of community activities including development of a paramedic program for the Gonzales Fire Department and currently is the medical director for Ascension Parish first responders. He also is a reserve deputy for Ascension Sheriff Department and provides medical direction for the 911 service. Dr. Trevino also helped provide subject matter expertise for the State of Louisiana During Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Gustave in the development and deployment of field triage/treatment during large-scale disasters. Following these experiences, he was asked to be the Medical Director of the Louisiana Emergency Response Network, which is a statewide trauma network, designed to help in the movement of severely injured patients to hospitals that are better equipped to treat patients with serious traumatic injuries. Dr. Trevino has been involved in physician leadership throughout his career.
Dr. Jamie Broussard
“As doctors we should always be in search of the best medical treatments available for our patients. I became interested in the use of stem cells several years back, and after extensive training in both California and Kansas I began my work in this field at Louisiana Regenerative Medicine Center. It’s been extremely rewarding to help patients who have suffered for years finally get some relief and improve the quality of their lives. I think anyone living in pain should look seriously into using their own stem cells as a viable alternative to medications and surgery.”
Jamie Broussard was born in Eunice and raised in Baton Rouge. Through grade school and into high school, Jamie excelled in school and in sports. He attended Catholic High in Baton Rouge graduating as the Salutatorian of the Class of 1990 and also served as the President of the National Honor Society. Jamie was a key contributor to the Bears’ basketball program while he was there being voted MVP of his team and also selected to the All-District team as well as 2nd team All-State.
He attended LSU where he graduated Magna Cum Laude while earning a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Zoology (pre-med). Jamie then attended LSU Shreveport Medical Center where he received the degree of Medical Doctor. He graduated in the top 3% of the class and was a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. He then completed his Residency Training at Earl K. Long Emergency Residency Program and served as the Chief Resident during his third year. Jamie is a Board Certified Physician in emergency medicine.
He is a practicing emergency physician and serves on the Medical Executive Committee at a local hospital and also is the managing partner of Ascension Emergency Physicians.
Jamie’s success is evidence that the standards he holds himself to are exceedingly high and that he is a person who is characterized by the discipline and hard work necessary for high achievement.
Jamie and his wife Nicole have three sons, Brant, Brock and Brady. Jamie enjoys being active with his family as well as golf, attending sporting events, reading and cooking.