Paul Hurd II, MD

Interventional Pain Medicine Fort Myers, FL located in Fort Myers, FL

About Dr. Hurd II

Dr. Paul Hurd earned his medical degree from Louisiana State University Medical School in New Orleans, LA.  He then went to Philadelphia, PA to complete his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Temple University Hospital, earning his board certification as well. Dr. Hurd went on to complete a sub specialization in Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine at Orth Alabama Spine and Sports Medical Associates in Birmingham, AL. There, he performed thousands of procedures on the spine and large joints including spinal epidurals, radiofrequency ablation, neuromodulation and kyphoplasty.  He also received training in regenerative medicine, including PRP and Stem cell therapies, as well as minimally invasive neurosurgical procedures to treat neurogenic claudication. Also, while at Orth Alabama, Dr. Hurd assisted with enrolling patients in clinical trials as well as completing research that was presented at national medical conferences.  Dr. Hurd joined the Pain Medicine Group in the summer of 2019.  He looks forward to helping SWFL residents treat their pain and return their functional abilities. In his off time, he enjoys fishing, hiking, watching football and, most importantly, time with his family. 

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Dr. Paul Hurd earned his medical degree from Louisiana State University Medical School in New Orleans, LA.  He then went to Philadelphia, PA to complete his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Temple University Hospital, earning his board certification as well. Dr. Hurd went on to complete a sub specialization in Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine at Orth Alabama Spine and Sports Medical Associates in Birmingham, AL. There, he performed thousands of procedures on the spine and large joints including spinal epidurals, radiofrequency ablation, neuromodulation and kyphoplasty.  He also received training in regenerative medicine, including PRP and Stem cell therapies, as well as minimally invasive neurosurgical procedures to treat neurogenic claudication. Also, while at Orth Alabama, Dr. Hurd assisted with enrolling patients in clinical trials as well as completing research that was presented at national medical conferences.  Dr. Hurd joined the Pain Medicine Group in the summer of 2019.  He looks forward to helping SWFL residents treat their pain and return their functional abilities. In his off time, he enjoys fishing, hiking, watching football and, most importantly, time with his family. 


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