Laser Spine & Back Pain Treatment Options in Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL
If you’ve been living with chronic back or neck pain, you are like the more than 30,000 Americans we’ve already helped find the road to recovery at Back Pain Centers of America.
We have spine centers located throughout the country, including a location near Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida. Call 1-813-750-0706 now to speak with a patient coordinator who will take a personalized approach to your care, help you understand your options and work to match you with a board-certified spine specialist who can provide the care you need.
Our surgeons and doctors specialize in 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:
- Regenerative Medicine (PRP and stem cell therapy)
- Impar Ablation
- TLIF (Transforminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion)
- Rhizotomy and Many More
Take Back Your Life
Take a morning walk along the world’s longest continuous sidewalk, Bayshore Boulevard. Explore Ybor City and some of the area’s best restaurants or try to improve your golf handicap at Westchase Golf Course. Explore some mind-bending surrealist art at the Dali Museum. See a show at the historic Tampa Theatre. Get your camera and binoculars and do some wildlife and bird watching at Sawgrass Lake Park. Meet up with a friend and pay a visit to Cigar City Brewing and enjoy a fresh local brew. However you spend your time, you can rest assured that you’re moving toward enjoying the things that matter most.
Don’t wait another minute. Find relief by calling us now at 1-813-750-0706! The call is free, easy and may be the most important one you ever make. Most major insurance plans are accepted. Call us to find out if you qualify.
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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.”