May 2016 — Dr. Mark Boylan has maintained Tier One status for the past five years with Optum/United Healthcare insurance. This status is in consideration of practice procedures over the past years of providing safe, quality and affordable healthcare services to patients by consistently incorporating the most current and best clinical evidence into their treatment plans. To feel and function better, call for consustation and assessment. A better life is possible and a better life starts with Injury, Health & Wellness.
January 2013 — As of January 2013 A person involved in a car accident must be seen by a physician within 14 days of the accident or they will not have the necessary treatment paid for by their insurance. Call our staff today! (407) 886-2299 or for Español (321) 279-9256
July 2011 — Dr. Mark Boylan has been selected to participate in the OptumHealth/United HealthCare Tier 1 Advantage Program! Dr. Boylan's status is in consideration from practice procedures over the past years of providing safe, quality, and affordable health care services to patients by consistently incorporating the most current and best clinical evidence into their treatment plans.
November 2010 — Dr. Mark Boylan participated in the 15th Annual Scientific Conference held by The Spine Research Institute of San Diego, November 20-21, 2010. World literature research was reviewed with physicians specializing in neuromusculoskeletal disorders, particularly as related to motor vehicle trauma. This included both biomedical and engineering literature. Besides Dr. Arthur Croft PhD, (c), D.C., M.sc., M.P.H., F.A.C.O. as a presenter, Frank Pintar Ph.D. professor of neurosurgery and biomedical engineering from The Medical College of Wisconsin was the keynote speaker.
October 2010—In August 1980, Dr. Mark Boylan and his fiancé Teresa were married. Five weeks later in October, they opened Boylan Chiropractic in a 1,100 sq. ft. office. In October of this year, they celebrated a 30 year anniversary for having provided healthcare in Apopka, Florida. With increased demand for services, office space over the years has tripled and support staff totals five.
December 2009—Dr. Mark Boylan has renewed his graduate
status of the Spine Research Institute of San Diego. Over 120 hours have been
spent reviewing studies of motor vehicular traumas including factors affecting
outcomes. Research of the epidemiology of whiplash injuries and conditions
resulting from automobile collisions were updated.
Additional research regarding bodily injury with these types of traumas including those of the spine, temporomandibular (jaw joint), muscular pain syndromes, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, and chronic pain were reviewed and critiqued.
A senior vice president of Vehicle Research for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Vehicle Research Center was the key note speaker in November.