Top-Notch Clinical Expertise and Compassionate Care
Bringing together the latest in orthopaedics advances together with top-notch clinical expertise and compassionate care is at the heart of the Carl J. Shapiro Department of Orthopaedics at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
Patient-Focused Medical and Surgical Care
We have an outstanding team of specialists working collaboratively with you and your physician to provide you with patient-focused medical and surgical care for the full spectrum of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
Outstanding Team of Specialists
Physicians in the Department of Orthopaedics keep current on the newest advances in orthopaedic care, including arthroscopic surgery and minimally invasive procedures.
The Department of Orthopaedics closely collaborate with other BIDMC departments and specialties including:
- Rehabilitation Services
- Pain Clinic
- Specialists affiliated with:
The department offers 24 hour-a-day/7 day-a-week coverage, including trauma call through BIDMC's Level I Emergency Department and offers a unique multidisciplinary, collaborative care model that includes the following specialties:
Our Care Philosophy
Open Communication and Personal Attention
Each patient is unique, so our goal is to work with you as a partner in your care. Open communication, personal attention, and shared decision-making provide the foundation for our relationship.
Comprehensive Physical Exam
We begin with a comprehensive physical examination using the most advanced imaging technology available. That enables us to provide you with an accurate diagnosis.
Individualized Treatment Plan
For all of our patients, our goal is to develop an individualized treatment plan aimed at restoring the highest level of movement and function with the least amount of risk.
Commitment to Patient Education
The Department of Orthopaedics is committed to patient education. We will thoroughly discuss your condition and review all treatment options with you and answer any questions that you may have. For most, non-surgical treatments such as lifestyle changes, medication, physical therapy and injections will provide adequate relief from symptoms. Should your condition call for surgery, our experienced surgeons are trained in the latest and most effective surgical procedures, including minimally invasive surgical techniques and arthroscopy.
For additional patient education resources, visit American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Regular Communication with Your PCP
BIDMC's orthopaedics staff members regular communicates with your primary care or referring physician and will update them on your condition, treatment plan and progress. The department provides 24 hour-a-day/ 7 day-a-week coverage.