Be a Buddy 5k Event

The #BeABuddy 5K was held to bring awareness and funding to peer buddy programs,bullying prevention initiatives, and to unite the community in a campaign to keep all youth safe from bullying. Florida Pain Institute was honored to be a sponsor of this wonderful event.

A pair of couples (one man and one woman) stand on either side of a banner hung on a chain link fence that says United Against Bullying. Three pumpkins are on the ground below.

Two men and two women stand behind a table underneath a large tent. The tent and table banner are labeled Florida Pain Institute.

A candid shot of a group of runners as they cross the finish line of a 5k event. In the background are green, full trees and a blue cloudless sky.


City of Palm Bay Fall Golf Tournament

Florida Pain Institute was proud to be a sponsor at the City of Palm Bay Fall Golf Tournament. Dr. Ashish Udeshi and Marketing Rep Ryan Adams, were joined by Dr. Jeff Wilson and Dr. Daryl Jacobs.

Four men in golf outfits pose together on a green

Dr. Ashish Udeshi is seen from behind, mid-golf-swing

A man is seen from behind, mid-golf-swing


Can you spot the rocket?

Only on the Space Coast can you see a rocket during your lunch break!

The FPI staff take a group selfie outside the facility. In sky, an arrow points to a distant dot that is a rocket taking off.



Running for a Cause: The Race against child Abuse

Florida Pain Institute was proud to be a sponsor of the 10th Annual Superhero Run held on April 23rd at the Avenue Viera. The family friendly running and walking event was hosted by the Friends of Children of Brevard, a local non-profit organization. All proceeds from the event went to the local Guardian Ad Litem program to benefit the abused, abandoned, neglected children in Brevard County. Physicians and staff from both Florida Pain Institute and the Space Coast Surgery Center participated in the 5k Superhero Run to show their support for the cause! 

Group picture at charity event, five adults smiling at camera and child with arms raised in a running stroller

14 people smiling at charity event with medals they received

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