Best Back Pain Doctors Near Me in Oakland Park, FL

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Shauna Simpson, FNP

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Family medicine
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Maninder Kaur, NP

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Adult health
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"Maninder was very knowledgeable and knew exactly which meds were best for me and my condition. The appointment was rapid but clear and concise. I honestly could not have been more pleased and I have saved the site on my desktop so that its handy for the future."

Rajeshwary Nair, FNP-C

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Family medicine
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C. Daisy Santoo-Vazquez, FNP-BC

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Family medicine
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"Amazing! She was thorough"

Luciana Vera, PA-C

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Lorie Poston, DNP

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Adult health
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Camilo Andres Murillo, APRN

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Family medicine
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"Excellent service. He understood my symptoms and took care of me professionally. I got the same professional"

Sandra Usaiwevu, FNP-C

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Family medicine
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Farhana Butt, APRN

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Family medicine
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"Attentive and professional with a human touch"

Jasmine Wasif, APRN

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"Jasmine is the BEST provider ever!!! She is so sweet"

Sarah Graham-McCall, PA

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Family medicine
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Therese Hulme, DNP

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Family medicine
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"Great doctor"

Randi Berkowitz, NP

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Family medicine
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"Randi was courteous"

Kim Williams, DNP-FNP

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Family medicine
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Danielle Desroches, NP

Telehealth visit

Family medicine
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"She was very attentive and compassionate"

Amaka Onyedebelu, DNP

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Family medicine
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Georgiette Brown, DNP-FNP

Telehealth visit

Family medicine
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  • $5 MEDS

Sierra Shankle, APRN

Telehealth visit

Family medicine
  • $5 MEDS
"Sierra is great! I appreciate the time and caring. I will absolutely recommend her personally!"

Ebere Opara, FNP

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Family medicine
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"Ebere was wonderful"

Katie Fry, APRN

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Family medicine
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  • $5 MEDS
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"Katie showed exceptional communication skills! Her empathetic disposition showed just how much she truly cares for the patients she treats!"

About Back pain

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Back pain can be caused by several conditions. According to the ACA, back pain is the third most common reason for doctor’s office visits and is not usually a sign of underlying serious conditions.

Some common causes of back pain are:

- Muscle or ligament strain: Heavy lifting, sudden movement, or awkward sleeping positions have been known to cause strain on muscles and ligaments in the back. Pulled muscles, tendons, and ligaments can lead to tightness in the back and painful spasms.

- Bulging or herniated discs: The back has 24 spinal discs, which are spongy cushions that separate the individual vertebrae in the spinal cord and up through the neck. When inflammation occurs around the tough membrane surrounding the vertebral disc without rupturing it, the disc is referred to as bulging. Bulging discs can lead to numbness, pain, and difficulty walking (among other symptoms). A herniated disc has ruptured the tough membrane surrounding the spongy tissue, causing the soft material to push through the rupture and irritate nerves around the area. Herniated discs can cause arm or leg pain, numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness. Herniated discs can cause inflammation leading to pinched nerves which can affect limbs and mobility.

- Arthritis (or osteoarthritis): Arthritis is not a single disease, but a way to refer to joint pain or joint disease. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and is characterized by swelling and tenderness in the joints, usually caused by the deterioration of cartilage between bones in joints. This causes bones to rub up against each other during movement, which leads to swelling, stiffness, and pain. Arthritis usually worsens with age, as cartilage continues to break down. Obesity and other elements of your medical history can also contribute to risk factors associated with arthritis.

- Osteoporosis: Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to lose mass, thereby becoming weak and brittle. When the body loses too much bone mass without making enough replacement bone, bones can be fractured more easily. In severe cases, osteoporosis can lead to bone fractures from small occurrences like sneezing or bending over. When left untreated, osteoporosis leads to back pain, loss of height, and easy bone breakage.

Back pain is a persistent and widespread condition that affects millions of people around the world. According to the American Chiropractic Association, roughly 31 million Americans experience low back pain on any given day. The ACA also states that low back pain is the leading cause of disability in the world, and one of the most common reasons for missed work.

Treatment Options

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Back pain can usually be treated with a combination of medications and physical therapy. Below is a list of therapies commonly used for the treatment of back pain. During your appointment, talk to your provider about a treatment plan that’s right for you.

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