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Welcome to Carrollwood Family Medical and Rehabilitation Center, Inc.

Under the Sign of Good Health

Carrollwood Family Medical offers a wide variety of services at our facility: Chiropractic care through Carrollwood Chiropractic Center, as well as Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy, X-ray on site, Rehabilitation, Nutritional Counseling, Exercise Programs, Cellulite Body Contour - The Synergie Solution, Nutritional Supplements, Supports and Supplies, Self Help Training, and Custom Orthotics.  Our highly trained professionals will treat your needs and help get you back on your feet in no time.

Whether you want to get rid of pain, repair an injury, improve function, increase range of motion, look better, get stronger or just feel better, you should talk with us.  We bring decades of clinical experience to the public.  Our unique combined approach to health care and treatment of patients with injury or disease, provides you with the opportunity to care for most or all of your needs under one roof.

Some of you may remember when your family Doctor handled most everything that ailed you.  Who provides that same care today?  You want your Doctor to have knowledge of how your body should work in health in order for him to know what to do in the face of disease or injury.  We strive to be thorough, thoughtful, and capable in helping you achieve your health care goals.

Chiropractors have been teaching patients about wellness, vitamins, exercise and diet since 1895.  The wellness approach is finally taking hold.  As a second generation Chiropractic Physician, our Clinic Director brings over 30 years of clinical practice and a lifetime of personal experience to help with the health care needs of you, your family, and your friends.

Once back on the road to recovery, our staff can help you design an exercise program, a nutritious diet, and a more proactive health care plan with attention to prevention of disease and maintenance of your health.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Clinic, call 813-960-8866 today!

Your health is our business!

Dr. Barry D. Shapiro, D.C., P.A.- Clinic Director

Carrollwood Family Medical and Rehabilitation Center, Inc. 813-960-8866

13301 Orange Grove Drive

Tampa, Florida 33618

 

Carrollwood Chiropractic Center 813-962-3608

13301 Orange Grove Drive, Suite A

Tampa, Florida 33618

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I've known Dr. Shaprio for many years and have always been impressed with his professionalism, knowledge, and skills. His adjustments are thorough and effective and I would recommend him to anyone."
    Dan D.

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