David P. Barei, M.D., UW professor of orthopedics and sports medicine, specializes in treating complex injuries caused by trauma.
Dr. Barei graduated from the University of Western Ontario in London and earned his medical degree at the University of Ottawa. After an internship in Toronto, he returned to Ottawa for his residency in orthopedics. He is board certified in orthopedics and is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Dr. Barei's clinical interests include all aspects of orthopedic, patient-oriented, trauma research, including decision models, systematic reviews and randomized clinical trials, care for patients with complex traumatic injuries, management of high-energy periarticular injuries to upper and lower limbs, fracture nonunions, leg length discrepancy and malunited fractures.
Dr. Barei believes in a team approach to the complex, multiple-injury patient. He treats patients as if they were family.
Dr. Barei enjoys family, reading, hockey, Italian food, The Big Green Egg, beer tasting and any family activities involving a puck and a stick.