- St. Joseph Hospital
- Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
- Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center
- Nashua Ambulatory Surgical Center
- Parkland Medical Center
Sports Medicine Specialist
Daniel P. Bouvier is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon. He is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery. He subspecializes in knee, shoulder, and sports medicine.
Daniel P. Bouvier, MD is a sports medicine surgeon. His primary clinical interests include sports medicine and the treatment of sports-related injuries. He emphasizes performing minimally invasive surgery on shoulders (including arthritis) and knees. Dr. Bouvier is passionate about getting the injured athlete safely and expeditiously back on the field, court, track or ice.
How Did Dr. Bouvier Become a Sports Medicine Surgeon? Dr. Bouvier’s experience in high school began his interest in medicine.
“I became interested in medicine toward the end of high school when I took a class called anatomy and physiology. I was also an athlete in high school and college. I became interested in medicine first, then I started thinking about who takes care of the athletes. The natural progression got me to orthopedic surgery.”
Dr. Bouvier’s subspecialty is sports medicine. “Knees and shoulders are what I do the most of. Rotator cuff repairs and ACL reconstructions are probably my two favorite things to do.”
With his focus on ACL reconstruction, Dr. Bouvier has become concerned about the increase in ACL tears in female athletes.
“ACL injuries in female athlete is a problem. We know how to fix them, we know how to do the surgery, but we need to do more in terms of prevention and aftercare. I’m really interested in trying to teach these kids how to move more properly, how to strengthen the right muscle groups so we can cut down on the incidents of young female athletes with ACL injuries.
Dr. Bouvier is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Dr. Bouvier earned a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry at Colby College in Waterville, ME, where he was also a 4-year soccer player. Upon graduation, Dan attended medical school at the University of Vermont, where he was elected by his professors and peers to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society and received the James Demeulles Surgical Research Prize. Dan completed his residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital/Columbia University in NYC, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and the Alfred I. Dupont Hospital for Children. After completion of his residency, he completed a one year Sports Medicine/Arthroscopy Fellowship at the New England Baptist Hospital and the Boston Celtics under the guidance of Dr. Arnold Scheller.
Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery
New Hampshire Medical Society
New Hampshire Orthopaedic Society
New Hampshire Physicians Organization
Board Member of Physician Select Healthcare
Appeared as a guest on local sports talk radio on ESPN radio and WGIR
Team Physician for Bishop Guertin High School
Elected to two terms as the Chief of Surgery at St Joseph Hospital in Nashua, NH
Named to Best Doctors
Voted Top Orthopaedic Surgeon by New Hampshire Magazine in 2016
Voted Top Orthopaedic Surgeon by New Hampshire Magazine in 2022
Dr. Bouvier lives in southern NH with his family and is currently loving watching his two children play various sports
Dan loves to ski and golf and is an avid Boston sports fan.
Dagan works closely with Dr. Bouvier and may see you before and after surgery. He is board certified by the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants. Dagan completed his masters program at Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts.
Physician & Surgery Coordinator
Robin manages Dr. Bouvier’s patient schedule and communication. If you are having surgery, Robin will be your primary contact from the time Dr. Bouvier recommends surgery through your first post-operative visit. She will schedule both your surgery and any pre-operative tests you need. If you have any questions or requests about your care, please give Robin a call.