Laser Spine & Back Pain Treatment Options in Palm Bay, FL
Are you suffering from debilitating neck or back pain that keeps you from doing the things you love?
If so, you are not alone. 80% of adults experience lower back pain at some point during their lives. At Back Pain Centers of America, we’re here to help.
Don’t prolong your pain. We have spine centers located throughout the country, including a location serving patients in Palm Bay-Melbourne. Call 1-813-750-0706 now to speak with a patient coordinator who can help match you with a board-certified spine specialist ready to provide the kind of care you need.
Our specialists focus on a variety of conditions and their treatments, including laser spine surgery and other minimally invasive procedures.
Some of the common pain-causing conditions and diseases we treat include:
Among some of our popular spine procedures and treatments are:
- Instrumentation and Fusion
- Endoscopic Discectomy
- Endoscopic Foraminotomy and Many More
Take Back Your Life After Back Surgery
Once Back Pain Centers of America has matched you with the right back pain specialist for your condition, and you’ve been treated, you’ll be on your way to regaining an active lifestyle again in the Palm Bay-Melbourne area. Get back into the swing of things with a round of golf at the Majors Golf Club. Head down to Paradise Beach and soak up the sun. Get out for a nice stroll at Castaways Point Park. Fill the wind behind your sails on the water at Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area. Grab your camera and your fishing gear and head to Castaways Point Park for some good bird watching and who knows, maybe you’ll hook a big one. Take your dog for a walk at Palm Bay Regional Park or enjoy a cold libation at the Palm Pub. No matter how you spend your days, you’ll be on the road toward living your best life.
Call 1-813-750-0706 to find out if you qualify to join the more than 30,000 patients we have already helped take their lives back from neck and back pain.
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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.”