Locate a Pain Center

If you suffer from chronic back pain, a pain institute can be the key to effective, minimally invasive treatment. Finding a quality treatment center can help you return to living pain-free as soon as possible.

Importance of Pain Specialists

When you are seeking relief for your chronic pain, it's important to choose a physician with a strong grounding in all of the issues surrounding your condition: diagnosis and treatment of spine conditions, orthopedic surgery, and pain relief. A physician lacking in one of these categories is less equipped to provide comprehensive treatment that takes into account your long-term quality of life and recovery.

Pain institutes employ physicians with a background in pain management and orthopedic surgery. In addition, they tend to focus on providing minimally invasive treatment such as laser spine surgery.

Techniques for Finding a Pain Center

There are several ways you can find a good spine doctor or pain institute. The main thing to keep in mind is that you want to choose somewhere with a good reputation and/or positive experiences from people whose judgement you trust.

One of the most common ways to find a specialist is to ask your primary physician for recommendations. In addition, if you know that a friend or family member has also suffered from chronic back pain or had laser spine surgery, he or she may be a good source of recommendations. Finally, you may search the Internet for reviews of local doctors - however, remember that people are more likely to report negative experiences than positive ones.

Datta Endoscopic Back Surgery and Pain Center
If you are in the New York City area, the Datta Endoscopic Back Surgery and Pain Center is an excellent pain center, headed by the nationally acclaimed Dr. Datta. Dr. Datta has a background in pain management and a special clinical interest in using cutting-edge technology to solve common clinical problems, thus providing more effective relief to patients. His past experience includes his work as Director, Interventional Pain Management Program, Vanderbilt University. His background in pain management and his clinical interests have led him to a lifelong goal of always putting the patient first.

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