Dr. Braden’s special source of joy at the Braden Clinic in Ave Maria is patient diagnoses. He loves solving complex medical cases, taking care of patients who have unexplained medical problems, and figuring out how to apply holistic and osteopathic principles to heal the whole person. Dr. Braden also holds a special certification for outpatient management of addictions, including Suboxone for opioid dependent patients.
Dr. Beau Braden, D.O., is board certified in Emergency Medicine, Addiction Medicine and board eligible in Medical Toxicology. He completed an internship at Palmetto Hospital, residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Buffalo, and Fellowship in Medical Toxicology at the Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Braden worked as an attending physician at the University of Colorado Hospital in Denver, teaching residents, pharmacists, and medical students. He attended medical school at Midwestern University and holds two masters degrees from University of Southern California in Public Health and Regulatory Science focusing on epidemiology, biostatistics, and medical product development. Before attending Medical School Dr Braden worked as a consultant in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry bringing new products to market. He earned his undergraduate degree at Thomas Aquinas College in California. Dr. Braden has worked in numerous Emergency Departments both in busy city trauma centers and in isolated rural hospitals.
Dr. Braden is originally from Northern California. He loves playing tennis, flying airplanes, and spending time with his wife and four young children.