The brand new Laser Spine & Pain Institute in the Big Apple, located on Park Avenue in downtown New York City, sets itself as a leader in pain management and minimally invasive spine care treatments and management methods for conditions ranging from sciatica to facet joint arthritis.
PlacidWay is pleased to announce a partnership with the Laser Spine & Pain Institute, whose doctors have reached national and global acclaim in their pain management intervention methods.
"At the Laser Spine and Pain Institute, our goal is high quality medical care for all spine problems," states Dr. Sukdeb Datta, known as one of the best pain management physicians in North America. "Focusing on patient education, we help our patients adapt to chronic pain conditions and seek minimally invasive methods to help ease their pain and improve their quality of life."
The Laser Spine and Pain Institute offers pain management and treatment for spinal conditions caused by falls, spinal degenerative diseases, lumbar stenosis, sciatica and other forms of pain caused by spinal conditions and injuries.
Qualifications Exceed Expectations
"Dr. Datta also holds certification in pain management as well as being awarded by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians and has served as the Director of the Interventional pain Management Program at Vanderbilt University Medical School," says Pramod Goel, CEO and founder of PlacidWay, an international medical resource provider. "That's just the tip of the iceberg. Dr. Datta is well known and respected in the field of pain management not only in the U.S., but around the world."
The new facility opened this year and focuses on patient-centered care catered to the unique and individualized needs of every patient, their condition and their goals. Some of the most common treatments and conditions that the Laser Spine & Pain Institute specialize in include spinal stenosis, spinal tumors, chronic pain, nervous system disorders and muscle and joint pain.
With comprehensive, one-location treatment, the spine and pain facility staff dedicate their efforts on patient education and high quality medical care that improves function, mobility and, most importantly, improving quality of life and independence for their patients.
"Dr. Datta is a well recognized and desired speaker at clinical academic and research functions and facilities," concludes Goel. "His research grants have given him the opportunity to research mechanisms of neuropathic pain in order to develop effective and beneficial neuropathic disorders pain management."
With his reputation and requests to speak at institutes like the Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital for Cancer in New York, Cornell University and Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Datta and staff at the new Laser Spine & Pain Institute have the education, experience and dedication to serve the needs of patients with a variety of spine or pain disorders.
For more information about the Laser Spine & Pain Institute, their mission, treatments and procedures, contact PlacidWay.com.