Posted on February 19, 2017
Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons people visit U.S. doctors' offices each year, according to the ACP in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Posted on January 23, 2017
According to studies, 8 out of 10 people will suffer significant back pain at least once in their lifetime, but there’s ways to prevent this from being a part of your story.
Posted on December 26, 2016
When considering the options to treat chronic and debilitating back pain, it is necessary to compare the risks associated with a specific procedure. Where open back surgery consists of numerous risks, endoscopic surgery is much safer.  
Posted on December 15, 2016
Many people who suffer from chronic back pain often choose surgery over continuing the use of painkillers. While stopping the use of painkillers is a step in the right direction, the type of surgery a person chooses can make a world of difference. A common type of surgery that many people choose is open back surgery; but even though it is common, is it really the best option?
Posted on December 08, 2016
There are a numerous amount of benefits when choosing endoscopic back surgery over open back surgery. But what exactly is endoscopic surgery? The word endoscopic is derived from Ancient Greek and literally translates to ‘to observe from within’. Endoscopic surgery is the process of making a small incision in which a tube is inserted that contains the surgical instruments necessary to perform the procedure.
Posted on December 02, 2016
More people died from drug overdoses in 2014 than any other year on record, and the majority of these drug overdose deaths involved and opioid. More than six out of ten overdose deaths were by those who overdosed on an opioid.
Posted on November 21, 2016
Back pain can come on randomly. You pick up a heavy object one day or you twist too much while trying to get out of bed one morning. When it happens, well it happens, but, we can all agree that hurting your back is a real discomfort. 
Posted on November 16, 2016
Back pain can come as a result of injury and age. Either way, the discomfort that comes with continuous back pain is truly the worst.  
Posted on November 14, 2016
For sufferers of severe lumbar and cervical pain, getting to the doctor’s office can be an ordeal in itself. That’s why Datta Endoscopic has 10 locations strategically located in the New York and New Jersey areas to serve our patients better. Visit us our Midtown Manhattan office at 303 Fifth Avenue. This neoclassical high-rise location is within a 20-minute drive from three major airports and just minutes from the LIRR and the subway.
Posted on November 09, 2016
It’s always a thrill when a patient leaves our care feeling pain-free and ready to take on the world. When they take the time to share a positive note, it’s an even bigger thrill.
Read a portion of what patient Simone Lombardo had to say about her experience with Dr. Sukdeb Datta:

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