Welcome to PlacidWay Cambodia
We are aware that it is a challenge to find the trustworthy and safe medical centers and treatments abroad. Therefore, PlacidWay Cambodia is here to help you choose the best options when it comes to quality medical tourism. We only work with accredited medical facilities worldwide and highly-trained physicians, because we care about your well being.
Cambodia citizens now have access to modern clinics and hospitals, top notch medical equipment, affordable treatments and procedures, and highly trained physicians. We promote only medical facilities with exceptional results, high success treatment rates and positive reviews from former patients.
PlacidWay Cambodia will assist you for free in finding the best medical options for you and personalized global solutions for medical treatments such as:
Worldwide Healthcare Destinations
PlacidWay Cambodia will help you find the best medical destination according to your healthcare needs, treatments options, income and preferences. You might choose from a variety of destinations such as:
ASIA & Middle East:
Why Choose PlacidWay Cambodia?
Choose only the best treatment option for you! PlacidWay Cambodia helps you find the right path towards high quality medical tourism!
As far as the results, it's a bit early to start feeling them, but my renal flow appears to be improving. I can now only give time to time and continue with my treatment with lots of hope.
On my last visit in September 2007 I received the usual treatments from Dr Gonzalez but additionally had some placenta implants in my legs. I believe this has helped me. My drop foot on my left side has improved and I can walk on my tiptoes, which I have not been able to do for years. This is only after 2 weeks so I believe I will improve even more.
Mr. Zdravko had Mesenchymal Stem Cells Therapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine for Muscle Atrophy at ReLife International Medical Center.
Steve was 55 years old, worked full-time as a heavy equipment operator and bridge foreman and farmed in his spare time. His vision had been deteriorating over time, but he blamed it on age and probable cataracts. After a scary instance of getting lost while driving after dark, he went to the doctor with the expectation of having cataract surgery and “fixing” his vision. The doctor told him it wasn’t cataracts at all, but Retinitis Pigmentosa and that he would probably go blind.
I have had 3 treatments now, May 2010, well I am so excited that I feel great I just walked up a steep hill yesterday and I was not out of breath, It feels like my lungs and throat are stronger, like from the inside out I feel better, more focused. No ache and pains I move much faster, like when I was 30yrs old.
He is able to manage the tilt function of his wheelchair with his head, he is getting his voice back, he is able to make noises to get attention, and also able to clear his throat. He is able to cough. Most importantly is his energy; we're able to go on a public bus and be away from home for a 5 to 6 hours expand.