Southwest District New Advances in Minimally Invasive Procedures
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Join the members of the Southwest District for a presentation on: New Advances in Minimally Invasive Procedures. Breakfast and lunch will be provided!

When: Saturday, September 14
Start at 8:00 AM
Where: Advanced Pain Management & Spine Specialists
8255 College Parkway
Ft. Myers, Florida  33919
United States
Contact: Thomas Zeller

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Meeting Information

The Southwest District will host a presentation on New Advances in Minimally Invasive Procedures by Dr. Jonathan Daitch, MD, Dr. Ivan Samcam, MD and Thomas Zeller, PT, DPT

Provides 3 live hours of continuing education for Florida license renewal.

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Pricing & Registration

Online Registration (Closes Thursday, Sept. 12) 

Onsite Registration

PT/PTA Members: No Charge*
PT/PTA Non-members: $40
Students (Members & Non-members)No Charge

PT/PTA Members: No Charge*
PT/PTA Non-members: $40
Students (Members & Non-members): No Charge

*FPTA Members & 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 or 850.222.1243 to assist with registration to ensure you are on the pre-registered list. Online registration closes Thursday, September 12 so please register before then. No exceptions for online registration will be made at the meeting. PT and PTA members will be charged for onsite pricing unless they are able to provide the confirmation email.

Meeting Schedule


Breakfast (provided)
CEU Presentation
Lunch (provided)

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Advanced Pain Management & Spine Specialists
8255 College Parkway
Fort Myers, FL 33919

About the Presentation

This course covers procedures that decrease pain with use of minimally invasive advanced outpatient surgical center and physical therapy that improve function, decrease pain, need for narcotics that are evidenced based.


1.      Identifying the primary cause of pain with evaluation, assessment, presentation – Anatomy review.
2.      Introduce latest minimally invasive surgical procedures for pain management

a.      SI Fusion
b.      Superion Vertiflex
c.       Kyphoplasty
d.      Percutaneous Disc Decompression
e.      IDET
f.        Radiofrequency Ablation
g.      Selective Nerve Root Injections SNRs
h.      Sympathetic Ganglion Blocks
i.        Medial Branch blocks – facet pain

3.      Physical Therapy’s role with interventional pain procedures and improving clients outcomes.

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Tallahassee, FL 32303
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