Dr. David Scoppa holds a bachelor of science degree in the biological sciences from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA where he published his first journal article in 1996.
He worked as an associate scientist in pharmacokinetics for both Dupont Pharmaceuticals and Bristol-Myers Squibb. In 2006, he earned a Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine from Palmer Chiropractic College Florida.
Dr. Scoppa has practiced on three different continents including a humanitarian aid trip to Florianopolis, Brazil, where he was recognized for providing care to the underprivileged. Also, Dr. Scoppa is noted among his colleagues as having a very high success rate.
Today, with 20 years industry/education experience, Dr. Scoppa dedicates his time to treating patients in his Winter Springs, Florida practice.
Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine – 2006, Palmer College Florida, Port Orange, FL
Bachelor of Science Degree – 1998, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA
Including a course dedicated solely to Virology
Major: Biological Sciences. Minor: Sociological Sciences
Diplomate of Acupuncture 2006, International Academy of Medical Acupuncture, Carefree, AZ
Demonstrated and lectured by: Dr. John A. Amaro D.C., FIAMA Dipl.Ac. (IAMA), (NCCAOM) and faculty in Orlando, FL.
Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation 2006, Carrick Institute, Cape Canaveral, FL – Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Graduate Education in Neurology and Co-Sponsored by the ACA Council on Neurology Demonstrated and lectured by: Dr. Fred Carrick, DC, PhD, DACAN, DABCN, DACNB, DAAPM, FACCN and faculty in Orlando, FL.
Dr. Arkam Rehman, MD is a Pain Medicine Specialist who is Double Board Certified in Both Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation & ABPMR sub-specialty board certified in Pain Medicine. He is a local leader in minimally invasive spine surgeries using guided imaging and scopes to treat neck, mid back and lower back injuries. He is affiliated with medical facilities such as Orange Park Medical Center, St. Vincent’s Ascension Medical Center and facilities throughout Central Florida.