2019 SW District 1st Quarter Meeting & Presentation
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Join the members of the Southwest District for their first meeting of the year and presentation "Is Chronic Pain a Neuromuscular Disease?" Presented by Mark Bishop, PT, PhD, FAPTA

When: Tuesday, February 26
Start at 5:30 PM
Where: Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Boulevard South
Reed Hall 249
Ft. Myers, Florida  33965
United States
Contact: Jacqueline van Duijn

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Meeting Information

The Southwest District will host its first quarter business meeting followed by a presentation on Is Chronic Pain a Neuromuscular Disease? by Mark Bishop, PT, PhD, FAPTA. 

Provides two (2) live hours of continuing education towards 2019 Florida license renewal.

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Pricing & Registration

Early Bird Registration (ends Sunday, February 24) 

Regular/Onsite Registration

PT/PTA Members: No Charge*
PT/PTA Non-members: No Charge*
Students (Members & Non-members): No Charge*

PT/PTA Members: $10
PT/PTA Non-members: $20
Students (Members & Non-members): No Charge

*Students: although there is no charge, the meeting coordinators ask that you register for planning purposes.

PLEASE NOTE: For those members registering online: you will receive a confirmation email from FPTA once you have registered. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact FPTA at info@fpta.org or 850.222.1243 to assist with registration to ensure you are on the pre-registered list.

Early Bird registration closes Sunday, February 24 so please register before then. No discounts for early bird registration will be made at the meeting. PT and PTA members will be charged for regular/onsite pricing unless they are able to provide the confirmation email.

Meeting Schedule


Presentation - Is Chronic Pain a Neuromuscular Disease?
Southwest District Business Meeting with a presentation by our sponsor.

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Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd S
Reed Hall 249
Fort Myers, FL 33965

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About the Presentation

By the end of this lecture the participant will be able to:

1. Describe the differences between nociception and pain
2. Distinguish between pain as a symptom, primary chronic pain and secondary chronic pain
3. Determine factors prognostic of the transition from acute to chronic pain
4. Screen people with pain to determine appropriate management strategies

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Tallahassee, FL 32303
PH: 850.222.1243
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