Barry Schapiro, MD

Dr. Schapiro is a double board-certified surgeon in orthopedic surgery and anti-aging and regenerative medicine with a certificate in Sports Medicine.

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Dr. Barry Schapiro

About Dr. Schapiro

Dr. Schapiro has comprehensive training in orthopedic traumatology and management of extremity trauma and fractures. He specializes in arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle and wrist. Dr. Schapiro also has extensive experience in total replacement surgeries of the knee, hip, and shoulder as well as complex ligament reconstruction.

Using advanced cartilage and joint preserving techniques and minimally invasive procedures, Dr. Schapiro is a highly sought after double board-certified orthopedic surgeon. When Dr. Schapiro is not in surgery or with patients, he spends his time educating medical students as an associate clinical professor.  

Throughout his career, he has been presented awards and professional accolades for his advanced skills and techniques. But his most prized commendations have come from his patients and seeing their success. 

Areas of Special Experience

  • Arthroscopic Surgery (Knee, Shoulder, Hip, Ankle and Wrist)
  • Complex Ligament Reconstruction
  • Total Replacement Surgery (Knee, Hip, Shoulder)
  • Orthopedic Traumatology
  • Extremity Trauma and Fractures

Education

  • 1994 | Bachelors of Science, University of Florida
  • 2000 | Doctor of Medicine, University of Miami
  • 2005 | Residency, Henry Ford Hospital
  • 2007 | Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery
  • 2011 | Board Certified in Sports Medicine
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Dr. Schapiro's Areas of Expertise

Artificial Disc Replacement

An artificial disc replacement removes the damaged or injured disc and replaces it with a synthetics disc that returns the spine and back to its original function and mobility.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Minimally invasive spine surgery uses smaller incisions than traditional open back procedures, resulting in less trauma and faster recovery.

Endoscopic Discectomy

An endoscopic discectomy is the process of leveraging a tube-like camera to access and view the disc, then removing the damaged portion without trauma to nearby anatomy.

Microdiscectomy

A microdiscectomy is the process of removing portions of a disc that are impeding the function of nearby nerve roots or the spinal cord through small incision.

Endoscopic Foraminotomy

An endoscopic foraminotomy alleviates pressure on a nerve by widening the foramina in which it is passing through.

Laser Spine Surgery

Laser spine surgery is a minimally invasive treatment option that uses laser techniques in addition to other modern processes to access and repair the damaged spinal disc.

What Dr. Schapiro's Patients Are Saying

See what some of our patients say about their treatment experience with Dr. Scapiro.

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Dr. Shapiro did something which is important to me. He talked to me not at me, explaining carefully what is wrong, what he would do in my situation, and didn’t rush me into surgery. 

Elisabeth M.

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