Jose (Tony) Antonio Lozano, MD, OA-C, CSFA, graduated and earned his MD from UdeM (Universidad de Monterrey, MX). Dr. Lozano went to orthopedic surgery residency program and completed it in 1989 from UANL (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon), followed to complete a formal fellowship in pediatric orthopedics from SUNY Stony Brook, NY. He holds an OA-C and a CSFA title from Meridian Institute and he’s a member of ASOA and a founding member for ASA (Association of surgical assistants).
After 20 years experience in practicing orthopedic surgery, Dr. Lozano decided to change gears into education and has joined the USA family and was the appointed the director of the MOA program. Dr. Lozano also has the experience of nearly 10 years of teaching in orthopedics as the head of the residency program of orthopedics in Monterrey Mexico; with many goals accomplished and more gratifying moments shared with the medical students and residents to become successful, with a professional attitude, but most important, to have a human touch.
“I believe the purpose of me being in this program, is because I have a passion for teaching and my personal goal is aimed to give to the community the best OA’s, so they’ll deliver the best quality of patient care, along with the orthopedic surgeon and become a crucial part of their working experience,” says Dr. Lozano.
He enjoys working with people who are eager to learn and dialogue any and all of the orthopedic situations. He states, “I have a strong background in sports participation, as an avid soccer player and distance runner. I love to sing and be outdoors. My wife Susana and 7 children (3 of them are 4 legged and bark a lot) and 2 grandchildren, are my family.”