|Mexicali: The Evolving Medical Tourism Destination in Mexico by Patricia Perez
Mexicali is the second largest city in Baja California, next to Tijuana. It is not a busy tourist city, and has a relaxed and slower paced atmosphere with little traffic and people. Unlike Tijuana which is a border city, you might travel a little if want to seek healthcare in Mexicali.
|Seeking beauty in Latin America by Florin P.
|A Traveler Guide to Dental Care in Mexico by Patricia Perez
Travelling to any destination like Mexico for medical or dental care posts a lot of safety concerns. Every medical traveler must consider the type of procedure and destination he will be getting himself into to properly assess his risks of travel. He must also have an understanding of the rules and requirements when crossing the border for dental care. Here are some useful tips to so you could have a safe dental treatment and vacation in Mexico.
|Philippines The beauty boutique of Asia by Florin.P
Medical tourism in the Philippines has a long standing tradition, with foreigners coming to the island nation in search of traditional healers and alternative medicine. This form of medical tourism has slowly given way to the modern, more mainstream kind which is effectively helping the national healthcare to grow and improve.
|Italy: A Rising Star in Medical Tourism Industry by Patricia Perez
According to UNESCO, Italy has half of the world’s artistic, archaeological and historical structures. Food and wine are also specialties, as well as fashion. No wonder why, this love for beauty in the arts transcends into their healthcare as well. Looking and feeling good has always been a top priority for the Italians, and the country is emerging as a popular medical destination for hair transplantation procedures and cosmetic surgery, among others.
|Transplant Tourism - Risks and Benefits by Florin P.
Transplant tourism consists of going to a foreign country to have organ transplant. This form of medical tourism is practiced by people who need urgent medical attention due to either end stages of chronic diseases which lead to multiple organ failure or when the patient has sustained lesions damaging internal organs.
|How Medical Tourism Can Prevent Cancer Worldwide by Patricia P.
Countries such as India, Turkey, Mexico, South Korea and Thailand are among the top destinations for cancer diagnosis and treatments. Early diagnosis and treatment using the latest innovations abroad still remain a priority in treating cancer. There are a variety of treatments available for cancer and most patients nowadays consider travelling abroad to get access to modern procedures and accessible costs.
| Make Hair Loss History by Choosing Hair Transplant Abroad by Ana.S
You are afraid to go to a foreign country where you do not know anybody and maybe not even the language? No worries. Medical tourism companies, such as PlacidWay, are doing 90% of the work for you: getting you a price quote from clinics all over the world, presenting packages, getting you in connection with the best clinics in the world (which by the way all have translators), helping you throughout the entire process 24/7.
|PlacidWay Continues to Expand in Europe Joining Hands With Coxa Hospital for Joint Replacement in Finland by PlacidWay | Coxa
Coxa - Hospital for Joint Replacement and PlacidWay medical tourism company recently joined in a strategic partnership to help global patients get easy access to minimally invasive joint replacement surgery and other arthroplactic procedures in Tampere, Finland.
|Transmed Offers New IceGraft Solution Technique for Increased Hair Transplant Success Rate by PlacidWay | Transmed
Dr. Melike Kuhlaci, Founder and Director of Transmed and her experienced medical team, are continuously looking for innovative methods for a successful hair transplantation procedure. Such a method is the IceGraft Solution used to make hair follicles stronger and more reliable before being transplanted.