Anthony Schepsis | About

Anthony SchepsisPossessing decades of medical experience, Dr. Anthony Schepsis serves as a Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship Program at Boston University Medical Center. Dr. Anthony Schepsis is also a Master Instructor at the Orthopedic Learning Center, where he focuses on teaching advanced shoulder and knee arthroscopic procedures. At the Boston University School of Medicine, he formerly served as Clinical Instructor of Orthopedic Surgery and later became a Clinical Instructor of Orthopedics and Physical Therapy. In addition, Dr. Anthony Schepsis has acted as a Sports Medicine Consultant for several organizations, including the National Football Association, the World Wrestling Federation, the U.S. Olympic men’s and women’s hockey teams, and HealthSouth Corporation, and as Head Team Physician for Boston University and the University of Massachusetts at Boston.

An alumnus of Boston University, Dr. Anthony Schepsis continued his education at the Boston University School of Medicine and graduated with his Doctorate of Medicine in 1976. He subsequently pursued an internship in general surgery, followed by a residency in orthopedic surgery and a fellowship in sports medicine. Dr. Anthony Schepsis also maintains certification through the National Board of Orthopedic Surgery.

Outside of work, Dr. Anthony Schepsis remains extremely active through a variety of sports, including windsurfing, skiing, and squash. He also enjoys road biking, kayaking, and heli-skiing. Devoted to the community, he supports a number of charitable organizations, including the National Asian Pacific Center on Aging, the Jimmy Fund, and the International Mountain Bicycling Association.

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