Laser Spine Seminar Offers New Options for Relief from Neck and Back Pain –
Physician Partners of America is offering its first laser spine seminar in St. Petersburg, Fla., the latest of its “road show” presentations touting the benefits of minimally invasive laser spine procedures.
Chronic pain patients seeking alternatives to opioids and traditional surgery are invited to attend this “Lunch & Learn” laser spine seminar on Saturday, April 27 from 11 am until 2 p.m.
The educational event with free MRI reviews and complimentary lunch will be led by Dr. Jennifer Bowser at the St. Petersburg Marriott Clearwater, 12600 Roosevelt Boulevard North, St. Petersburg, FL 33716.
How to Register
Only a limited number of seats are available for this presentation, and RSVPs are mandatory. Guests may dial PPOA’s new short code, #PAIN (7246), on a cell phone; or call 727-513-4026; or visit ppoaseminar.com.
Attendees are invited to bring MRIs on film, CD or a report for a free reading and consultation. This is limited to the first 50 who register.
Dr. Bowser has now partnered with PPOA after four years as a consult physician at the defunct Laser Spine Institute. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at North Carolina State University and her Doctor of Chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic.
In many cases, minimally invasive laser spine procedures can be life-changing for those who have suffered with chronic neck and back pain for years. Advanced, specialized procedures are performed by PPOA surgeons. They include Dr. James St. Louis, Dr. Stefan Prada and soon, Dr. Brett Menmuir in Florida, as well as Dr. Philip Kravetz in Texas.
In addition, all of PPOA’s board-certified interventional pain management specialists have been trained to use the laser in performing specific procedures. Potential patients can check the PPOA website’s Locations page for a nearby pain management location.
According to Dr. St. Louis, director of PPOA’s Minimally Invasive Spine Group, Eight out of 10 chronic pain sufferers point to their neck and back as the cause of their discomfort.”
Physician Partners of America accepts Medicare, TRICARE and most insurance plans.