Dr. Neil Duplantier is an orthopaedic surgeon who is fellowship trained in sports medicine, arthroscopy, and cartilage surgery.
Dr. Duplantier spent an extra year of surgical and medical training after residency to concentrate on the diagnosis and treatment of athletic injuries. He has worked with various professional athletic organizations including the Houston – Astros, Texans, Dynamo, and Ballet Company; collegiate teams such as Rice and Loyola; and numerous high school teams in both New Orleans and Houston. He has also had the unique opportunity to provide treatment for the astronauts at Johnson Space Center, and the athletes at the 2016 NCAA Final Four.
Dr. Neil Duplantier graduated as valedictorian from Holy Cross Highschool in New Orleans and attended Louisiana State University for Undergraduate training in Baton Rouge as well as Medical School in Shreveport. He completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at Ochsner Clinic Foundation in New Orleans, then a sports medicine and arthroscopy fellowship at Houston Methodist Hospital.
Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Shreveport
Ochsner Medical Center
Houston Methodist Hospital
- General Orthopedics and Sports Medicine