Drahmane Kaba, MD


Dr. Drahmane Kaba is a Pain Management Doctor at National Pain Institute, and has been practicing for six years. He believes that if you truly care and love what you do, you will excel.

He received his undergraduate degree from Binghamton University, and his medical degree from SUNY—Upstate Medical University. He won the Citizen Award in 2010-2011 from Upstate Medical University.

Why did he become a doctor? He always wanted to help improve a person’s function and quality of life. His upbringing (he was born in Bonn, Germany) exposed him to many cultures, languages, and foods, which makes him very appreciative and receptive to all cultures and traditions.

When he is not busy helping his patients, he enjoys basketball, football, tennis, soccer, kite-boarding, snowboarding, biking, traveling, and learning golf and fishing.


Accepting New Patients


Office Location

Fort Pierce
National Pain Institute
2401 First Blvd, Suite 9
Fort Pierce, FL 34950

Phone: (772) 252-6395

Here are a few more fun facts about Dr. Kaba:

  • His family traveled a lot when he was growing up. They lived in Germany, France, and the Ivory Coast before settling in New York City when he was about 7 or 8 years old.
  • He will hopefully get a dog next year!
  • His favorite superhero is Wolverine (“his body can heal from all ailments. That’s what most doctors dream about being able to provide.”).
  • He lived in several places including: Orlando, FL; Port St. Lucie, FL; Charlottesville, VA; Syracuse, NY; Binghamton, NY; and New York City, NY.
  • If he wasn’t a doctor, he would be working in the medical world in some capacity to help people.
  • The most exciting place he visited was Jamaica.
  • He speaks French, Portuguese, and English.
  • His favorite subject in school: Math.
  • His least favorite subject in school: Art.
  • His nickname is “doc.”
  • If he could change one thing about the world, he would eliminate hate.
  • If you are looking for a pain management doctor, Dr. Kaba loves helping patients return to the activities he or she enjoys doing (which is his favorite part of being a doctor).