Dr. David Seidner P.T. D.C., P.A.

Dr. Seidner has been freeing people from pain since 1980. As the only dually trained and licensed Physical Therapist and Chiropractor in south Florida, Dr. Seidner is committed to a more holistic approach to the health and well being of his patients.


– Doctor of Chiropractic Logan College of Chiropractic Chesterfield, Missouri 63017 1/84 – 4/87 -B.S. Physical Therapy S.U.N.Y. at Buffalo Buffalo, NY 14214 9/81 – 6/83 – B.A. Biology/Psychology Antioch University Yellow Springs, Ohio 43507 9/77 – 6/79

Professional Licensure

Florida, New York and Missouri Board Certified Registered Florida Chiropractic and Physical Therapy CH0005693 PT0005152

Professional Affiliations

American Physical Therapy Association Florida Chiropractic Association Florida Physical Therapy Association Private Practice Section APTA Broward County Chiropractic Association American College of Sports Medicine Logan College of Chiropractic Alumni Association SUNYAB Physical Therapy Alumni Association

Professional Experience

Physical Therapy Associates of South Florida, Inc Private Practice Out Patient Owner/President Coral Springs, FL (954) 755-1911, (954) 755-2803 4/88 – present

Clinical Instructor

Schools: Florida International University Elon College, Nova Southeastern University Broward Community College Lynn University

Previous Hospital Affiliations

Boca Raton Community Hospital 800 Meadows Road Boca Raton, FL 33486 (561) 393-4060 Coral Springs Medical Center 3000 Coral Hills Drive Coral Springs, FL 33065 (954) 344-3000 Pompano Beach Medical Center 600 SW 3rd Street Pompano Beach, FL 33060 (954) 782-2000

Private Consultant

Professional Health Care Services Hospital, Private Practice, Industry 1926 Harrison Street Hollywood, FL 33020 6/87 – 12/88

Continuing Education

Florida Chiropractic Association Yearly Conferences 1986 – present 20 hours each weekend seminar including AIDS and Risk Management Private Practice Section Meeting: APTA October 2006 – Miami Beach, FL October 2004 – Colorado Springs, CO October 2001 – Memphis, TN November 1999 – Marco Island, Fl. Continuing Education Hours: 9.5 PT 98: APTA Scientific Meeting & Exposition


Orlando, FL – June 98 Continuing Education Hours :28 Operating and Managing A Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility Myrtle Beach, SC August 97 MAPS Group of Maudlin & Jenkins,LLC – 11.5 Contact Hours West Palm Beach Medifest Sponsored by Medicare of FL Provider Relations June 97 8.0 Contact hours Practice Guidelines: Myth & Reality Ft. Lauderdale, FL May ’97 Jerry Fogel PT, Rehabilitation Seminars 7.5 Contact Hours Rehab Survival Under Managed Care Ft. Lauderdale, FL – May 97 Nancy Beckley, Rehabilitation Seminars 7.0 Contact hours Documentation: Survival Skills for the 21st Century The Professional Educators, Inc. Debra Stern MS, PT – March 97 – 16 Contact Hours Body Balance for Performance – Level 1 Paul Callaway PT, West Palm Beach, FL – February 97 – 20 Contact Hours Outpatient Rehabilitation Provider Workshop Sponsored by BCBS of Fl. Orlando, FL – Feburary 96 – 11.0 Contact Hours Surviving in Managed Care~Rehabilitation 96 Dixon-Kanary & Co. LasVagas, Nevada – January – 1996 15 Contact Hours Miami Medifest A Symposium of Specialty Seminars sponsored by Medicare Part B of Florida, Provider Education Dept. October 19’95 – 9.0 Contact Hours Behind the Swing: A Biomechanical Approach to the Game and Examination of Golf Injuries. HealthSouth Orlando, FL – April 94 – 12 Hours Adjustment (Manipulation) Under Anesthesia Spinal Adjustment Under Twilight Sedation Presented by: Robert Gordon, BS (Ed), D.C. Parkway Medical Center Miami, FL 7/11 – 7/26/92 – 36 hours Preventech Industrial Consulting Seminars Implementation of prevention programs including: pre-employment physicals, back schools and exercise programs, creation of work conditioning programs, design of functional capacity testing. Presented by Tom Klesmit, D.C., Patrick Venditti, D.C., Brad Hayes, D.C. 1/89 – 1/90 60 hours Impairment Rating and the Law The rating of permanent impairment for disability evaluation, based on the AMA’s guides to the evaluation of permanent impairment. Presented by Stanley S. Kaplin, D.C., D.A.B.C.O. 10/29-30/88 16 hours Hollywood, FL Applied Physical Therapy Presented by Paul Jaskoviak, D.C. 10/23-25/86 16 hours Orlando, FL Managing Disorders of the Lumbar Spine Presented by L.P. Markey, D.C. 9/86 – 11/86 60 hours St. Louis, Missouri Mechanisms, Diagnosis and Treatment of the Lumbar Spine Presented by J. Cox, D.C., D.A.C.B.R. 4/12-13/86 16 hours St. Louis, Missouri Myofascial Release Seminar/Cranial-Sacral Therapy Presented by J. Barnes, P.T. 3/5-6/85 16 hours St. Louis, Missouri Clinical Radiographic Studies (Postgraduate Studies) Presented by R. Erhardt, D.C., D.A.B.C.R. 10/85 – 8/86 100 hours St. Louis, Missouri Sacro-Occipital Technique Presented by B. Jarmette, D.C. Sacro-Occipital Research Society International 10/24-29/84 40 hours 10/29 – 11/30/85 40 hours Omaha, Nebraska Manual Therapy: Basic Concepts of the Norwegian Approach Presented by M. Rogers, P.T., M.N.F.F. 9/24-26/82, 10/1-3/82 40 hours Buffalo, NY