Gary H. DiBlasio, M.D.

Specialty:                   Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Clinical Interests:

• Musculo-skeletal injuries/Orthopedic Medicine

• Pain Management

• Electrodiagnostic Testing (Nerve Conductions Studies/needle EMG)

• Medical Acupuncture

Special Skills:

• Cost-efficient medical management of musculoskeletal/sports injuries, industrial injuries, and pain disorders

• Experienced in development of programs/clinical pathways related to pain management, occupational injuries, cardiac rehabilitation, and preventative medicine

• Skilled in the inter-disciplinary approach to treatment

• Extensive experience with behavioral, cognitive, and integrative medicine treatments

• Trained in Medical Acupuncture for acute and chronic pain syndromes


1978 - 1982      Ohio State University      Columbus, Ohio

Bachelor of Science with Summa Award, Microbiology

1982 - 1986      Ohio State University      Columbus, Ohio

Doctor of Medicine

Postgraduate Training:

1986 - 1987      Long Beach V.A. Medical Center Long Beach, California

Medical Internship

1987 - 1990      U.C.L.A.- V.A. Affiliated Hospitals           Los Angeles, California

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency

1999 -1999        U.C.L.A. School of Medicine       Los Angeles, California

Medical Acupuncture Training for Physicians


Florida, Physician and Surgeon’s License, ME 0074052, Issued 11/20/97

California, Physician and Surgeon’s License; # G61 106, Issued 8/24/87

California, Fluoroscopy Supervisor and Operator Permit #: RHC 142388, Issued 6/14/96


Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management

Fellow, American Association of Integrative Medicine

Diplomate, American Association of Integrative Medicine

Diplomate, U.C.L.A Medical Acupuncture

Qualified Medical Evaluator, California Industrial Medical Council

Fellow, American Back Society

Diplomate, American Academy of Sports Physicians


Professional Experience:

10/2001 -present            Gary H. DiBlasio, M.D., P.A.

            d/b/a Advanced Medical Rehabilitation Group

5500 Village Boulevard, Ste. 101, W. Palm Beach, FL 33407

tel: 561-684-6565 fax: 561-684-3467

satellite office: 1807 5. Kanner Hwy., Stuart, FL 34994

10/97 — 9/2001             Senior Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician

Gold Coast Orthopedics & Rehabilitation

1411 N. Flagler Drive, Ste. 8800, W. Palm Beach, FL 33401

tel: 561-659-9000 fax: 561-659-9009

1990  —  10/97              Solo private practice with two office locations

1996  —   1997              Rehabilitation Consultant, California Department of Rehabilitation

1990  —   1997              Rehabilitation Consultant, South Bay Medical Center, Robert F. Kennedy Medical Center, Pain Relief Network, Gold’s Gym, SportCenter Fitness, Inc., MyoDiagnostics, Inc., SciCom Research Inc., Advanced Biomedical Monitoring, Inc.


Professional Activities:

Past-President, Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture

Member of Editorial Advisory Committee for Physical Therapy Products

Medical Staff supervisor of amateur and professional athletic events, including the Bud Light

World Beach Invitational professional beach volleyball Olympic qualifying tournament, 1996 Physician’s Recognition Award, American Medical Association

Professional Memberships:

Palm Beach Medical Association

American Academy of P. M. & R.

American Academy of Pain Management

American Association of Integrative Medicine

American Academy of Medical Acupuncture

International Association for the Study of Pain

American College of Sports Medicine

American Academy of Sports Physicians


    Bashore, T.M., Rasor, T., Rolfe, S.J., Schaal, S.F., Stine, R.A., DiBlasio, G.H., Hatton, P.A., and Shaffer, P.B. Localization of the Site of Premature Ventricular Contractions by Radionuclide Angiographic Phase Imaging. Circulation 1984.

    Noto, A.M., DiBlasio, G.H., Bashore, T.M., Schaal, S.F., and Shaffer, P.B. Right Ventricular Aneurysm due to Ischemic Heart Disease. Diagnosis by Radionuclide Angiography with Localization of PVC Origin by Phase Analysis. (submitted to numerous publications). 1984.

    Bashore, T.M., Shaffer, P.B., Rasor, T., Rolfe, S.J., DiBlasio, G.H., Hatton, P.A., and Schaal, S.F. A New Method for Localizing the Origin of Spontaneous Premature Ventricular Complexes Using Radionuclide angiographic Phase Imaging. 1984. (Abstract presented at sessions of the American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology.)


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