Doctor Directory

Byron Joel Schneider, MD


Assistant Professor, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

4.6 4.6 101 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation




Vanderbilt Spine Center
Vanderbilt Spine Center
719 Thompson Lane
Suite 23108
Nashville, TN 37204

Vanderbilt Stallworth Rehabilitation Hospital
Vanderbilt Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
2201 Children's Way
Suite 1221
Nashville, TN 37212

Vanderbilt Bone & Joint Franklin
Vanderbilt Bone and Joint
206 Bedford Way
Franklin, TN 37064

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Patient Comments

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Excellent doctor!
Patient | October 26, 2018

Very good!
Patient | August 2, 2018

He seemed arrogant and that there was other thing he could be doing. Also said my pain was due to fibromyalgia the catch all disease.
Patient | June 21, 2018

I asked a zillion questions and he answered thoroughly. It was a very positive first experience - hopefully he will 'fix me' and I won't have to keep seeing him!
Patient | April 23, 2018

Seemed very thorough.
Patient | April 6, 2018

One of my favorite doctors.
Patient | April 6, 2018

Very good.
Patient | March 25, 2018

Procedure was not done, due to new onset of seizures. But I will have to say Dr. Schneider - didn't go ahead and do a useless procedure. At least, he was up front with me.
Patient | January 31, 2018

Dr. was very good in his field.
Patient | January 31, 2018

Dr. Schneider was very professional very friendly & very helpful I would recommend him to anyone.
Patient | January 4, 2018

Patient | December 27, 2017

This provider needs some instruction in communication and compassion with his patients. I had 2 epidural injections which were very painful and during the procedure only one time did he even ask me if I was okay. The remainder of the time he was talking about personal information and during those discussions would pause and talk with the residents as to how he was doing the procedure and what to look for on the fluoroscopy. After the procedure he did walk back to the door and ask me my pain level. he sat down in a chair in the hallway with his back to me as I was leaving. I told him I had a return appointment in January and without even turning around he said that's perfect. I told him Merry Christmas with no response com8ng from him. He needs some real etiquette lessons.
Patient | December 18, 2017

He didn't have the time to start the tests that needed done so that's why we didn't spend much time together! That's why I have another appointment.
Patient | October 27, 2017