Physician Seminars: Day of Dance, Peninsula

The area’s top doctors share the secrets of good health, new technologies,  and most effective treatments  at Day of Dance, Peninsula, celebrated 10am-2pm, Saturday, February 27 on the campus of Thomas Nelson Community College.

Who will be there? A cardiac surgeon, a pain management specialist, a hernia specialist, a urologist, cardiologists, and the Peninsula’s foremost orthopaedic and spine specialists. These top physicians will share their knowledge in seminars and presentations.

Get directions, registration information and more.

Dr. Mary T. Christian Auditorium – Templin Hall

  • 11am – Women and Heart Disease: Robert Dunton, MD, FASC
  • Noon – When Walking or Dancing Hurts…. : Allen B. Nichols, MD, FACC
    Understanding Symptoms of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
  • 1pm – Good for your Heart Nutrition: Edward Skillen, DO


  • 10:30am – You May have a Over Active Bladder if……: David Hartke, MD
  • 12:30pm – Hernias? What you need to Know: Steven Hopson, MD


  • 10:15am – Un-Pinched- Get the Nerve to Dance
    Pinched Nerves and Discs, Jeffery Carlson, MD
  • 10:45am – New Technologies and Treatments to Get Your Back Dancing
    Orthopedic Technology with Mark W. McFarland, DO
  • 11:45am – Don’t Let Chronic Pain Keep you off the Dance Floor
    Interventional Pain Management with Jenny L. Andrus, MD
  • 12:15pm – Dancing. The Other Sport
    Sports Medicine, Boyd W. Haynes III, MD
  • 1pm – Swing with a Partial Knee
    Knee resurfacing, Robert J. Snyder, MD

Room 840

  • 10am – Healthy Knees to Master the Quick Step
    Total Knee replacement with Jon H. Swenson, MD
  • 10:30am – I Can Dance Again!
    Hip Replacement, Anthony T. Carter, MD
  • 11am – I Can Do the Limbo
    Limber Backs with John W. Aldridge. MD
  • 11:30am – Dancing into a Ripe Old Age with Strong Bones
    Osteoporosis, Daniel Cavazos, MD

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