Laser Spine & Back Pain Treatment Options in Daytona, FL
Is chronic neck or back pain keeping you from doing the things you love? Are you ready for real solutions?
At Back Pain Centers of America, we have helped more than 30,000 patients like you take back control of their lives.
We have spine centers located throughout the country, including center convenient to Daytona, Florida. Call 1-813-750-0706 now and let us help match you with a board-certified spine specialist ready to provide the kind of specialized care you need.
Our doctors diagnose and treat a variety of conditions with treatments that may include laser spine surgery and other minimally invasive procedures.
Some of the neck and back conditions and diseases we treat include:
Some of our spine procedures and treatments include:
Take Back Your Life
Once you’ve been diagnosed and treated by a Back Pain Centers of America board-certified spine specialist, you’ll be on the way to getting back your active lifestyle in Daytona. Once you’re back to your old self, work on your golf swing at Indigo Lakes Golf Club. Enjoy a long walk and a picnic in Frank Rendon Park or get some sand between your toes down at Daytona Beach. Meet up with a friend for a day of fishing on the Halifax River. Soak up some sun on a fun walk down Beach Street or head to Daytona Flea and Farmer’s Market for some odds and ends. Take your kids on a playdate to Daytona Lagoon. Savor culinary excellence with a meal at Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse. No matter what you do, once you’re on the road to recovery, you’ll be on the path to living your best life.
Don’t wait any longer. Take the first step toward back pain relief today. Contact a Back Pain Centers of America patient coordinator now at 1-813-750-0706!
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Dr. John Soliman
Dr. John Soliman spent his childhood watching his veterinarian father treat animals. His father had hopes of him following in his footsteps, but Dr. Soliman’s dreams veered towards a different path. “My father wanted me to get into veterinary medicine and I said, ‘Well, your patients don’t talk to you, Dad. I kind of want to hear what’s going on with the patient, and in that aspect, I’ve always had a desire to take care of other people.”