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Back pain, also known as backache, is pain felt in the back. The back is divided into neck pain (cervical), middle back pain (thoracic), lower back pain (lumbar) or coccydynia (tailbone or sacral pain) based on the segment affected. The lumbar area is the most common area affected. Episodes of back pain may be acute, sub-acute, or chronic depending on the duration. The pain may be characterized as


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Medical Receptionist (Former Employee) says

"A terrible company to work for! Everyone was very unprofessional. Doctors...most of them....were miserable and treated their staff horrible. Cons: wouldnt recommend anyone to this company"

Medical Assistant/Front office (Former Employee) says

"There's not much opportunity to advance, the pay is low and they don't like to give raises, one person will do the job of 4-6 people. The practice is always hiring and there's a reason for that and it's not due to expansion. If you're hired to work with them be careful of what you say or how you feel around your coworker/s cause they will tell the hire ups everything. They don't care about their staff needs, the health insurance is unaffordable, you get one week vacation until you've worked there for 3 years then you'll get 2 weeks and 6 sick days. There's no OT, they will make you feel like you're not important. The doctors are great to work with but this higher ups not so much."

Associate (Former Employee) says

"If you are looking for a place to get your foot in the door in the medical field or looking for something to just get you by, I would recommend this job. Do not expect to advance no matter how exceptional you are, don’t expect anything spectacular. Management is the number one reason people leave. They don’t respect you, talk about you to your face, and don’t care if you die as long as you pass at your desk. There’s no HR department, there is no one to help when things are going wrong. It is all around a sinking ship. Run, believe me. Run."

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) says

"Working for an excellent physician staff was overshadowed by the constant frustration of dealing with the senior physician's son in a position of operations management. I feel like he was obligated to employ his son and the rest of us were obligated to deal with the prodigal son's tyranny. An overall bad experience that I would never revisit."

Receiving/Reconciliation Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"To many chiefs and not enough indians. Rules change daily and favoritism is everywhere. I had 3 people trying to tell me how to do my job 3 different ways. I could do nothing to please these people. Cons: Tons of backstabbing and bad management"

Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"The most enjoyable part of my job was learning something new all the time. I was at 4 different offices and all of them were ran differently. I loved working along side all the doctors. I just wasn't into all the gossiping. I'm just trying to put my skills to use and be apart of a great team!"

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