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I have been told that I have lupus, scoliosis, and severe back pain, so far I have not been treated for any of this. What should my treated be.?

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Dr. Julie Stevens
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Rheumatologist

A rheumatologist should evaluate you and then possibly treat the lupus.
The pain may then improve also.

In brief: Rheumatologist

A rheumatologist should evaluate you and then possibly treat the lupus.
The pain may then improve also.
Dr. Julie Stevens
Dr. Julie Stevens
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Dr. Robert McMurtrie
Pain Management

In brief: See pain specialist

Each person needs to be evaluated on an individual basis.
There are several treatment options available. While pain can certainly resolve on its own in several weeks, why wait. I treat aggressively to decrease inflammation, reduce pain, improve function and quality of life. See a board certified pain specialist for thorough physical exam and discussion to determine the treatment(s) best for you.

In brief: See pain specialist

Each person needs to be evaluated on an individual basis.
There are several treatment options available. While pain can certainly resolve on its own in several weeks, why wait. I treat aggressively to decrease inflammation, reduce pain, improve function and quality of life. See a board certified pain specialist for thorough physical exam and discussion to determine the treatment(s) best for you.
Dr. Robert McMurtrie
Dr. Robert McMurtrie
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