CSC’s Nathan Walters, M.D. was recently invited to be the guest speaker at the prestigious “Cooper Clinic Grand Rounds.” The Cooper Clinic jointly sponsored the event with The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, the accredited sponsor. The Cooper Clinic hosted and handled the logistical details for this CME (Continuing Medical Education) activity which serves as an educational event for the Cooper Clinic medical staff.
With an audience of esteemed medical professionals, including Kenneth Cooper, M.D., M.P.H., Founder & Chairman of the Cooper Aerobics Center and his son, Tyler Cooper, M.D., M.P.H. & CEO of Cooper Aerobics Enterprises, Dr. Walters, who is double board certified in physical medicine & rehabilitation and pain management, led an informative presentation on conservative, modern techniques to treat back and neck pain.
Dr. Walters discussed with colleagues the frequency of back pain and the ages of patients in which he sees at the Center for Spine Care. “I see someone in their 20’s in almost every one of my clinics,” he says. “And there is a peak incidence of back pain around age 40.”
“I am honored to be the guest speaker at the Cooper Clinic,” Dr. Walters said. “The Cooper Clinic is an international leader in health and wellness research, education, and medical services – all designed to help people achieve optimum health and fitness at every stage of life. This philosophy aligns perfectly with ours at the Center for Spine Care.”Nathan Walters, M.D., is director of pain management at Center for Spine Care, and specializes in conservative treatments.
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