Richard L. “Beau” Grantier, M.D

We are excited to have Dr. Grantier on board with us at Southlake Orthopaedics seeing patients daily at our Grandview office. Dr. Grantier specializes in Sports Medicine non-surgical and is a member of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He offers treatment for active people, athletes and individuals with musculoskeletal problems. Dr. Grantier completed medical school from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, where he also obtained an Emergency Medicine Residency at UMMC and then went on to complete his Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN.

Training & Education

Medical School

UMMC School of Medicine, Doctorate of Medicine, Jackson, MS 2016

Residency

UMMC, Emergency Medicine Residency, Jackson, MS 2019

Fellowship

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Primary Care Sports Med, Nashville, TN 2020

About Dr. Beau Grantier

I chose sports medicine as my sub-specialty because it combines my love of sports with my passion to care for others. I grew up playing almost all sports offered in Mississippi including football, baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, golf, track, etc. I was fortunate to play NCAA soccer in Texas. I knew I wanted to be a physician, but once I had so many orthopedic and non-orthopedic sports related injuries I realized I wanted a career taking care of patients who had similar injuries to mine. I chose emergency medicine because it was a field that bests complement my career as a sideline sports physician and make me a better physician in an orthopedic clinic.

I feel successful as a physician when patients feel cared for and recover back to their baseline activity level pain free as a result of my diagnosis and treatment plan. I want patients to have multiple evidence-based medicine options on how to treat their problem.

Since I have specialized in emergency medicine and sub-specialized in sports medicine I have seen many interesting cases. A case that stands out the most is helping diagnose and treat a pediatric athlete with a rare, potentially life-threatening diagnosis of a posterior sterno-clavicular joint dislocation. Managing his case by finding the initial diagnosis, providing stabilizing care, then watching him return months later to football was something I will always remember.

There are many reasons, but I enjoy working with physicians who genuinely care about people. I would be happy for any of the physicians at Southlake to take care of my own family.

I am married to my best friend who had our four children during my medical training. Somehow, she also obtained her nurse practitioner degree at the same time. I would not be where I am today without her. We are actively involved at Church of the Highlands and enjoy spending time watching our kid’s extra-curricular activities. Also, I cover local high school football games and other sporting events in Birmingham and the surrounding area.