Premier Medical Travel, located in Littleton, United States, is a medical tourism company with the goal of helping patients choose among the best options when it comes to world-class medical tourism. The company collaborates with accredited medical facilities and renowned physicians all over the world.
Beijing Puhua International Hospital (BPIH), located in the heart of Beijing's cultural center, has been delivering international-standard healthcare since 1995. Learn about the stem-cell and cancer hospital here.
Quironsalud University Hospital Madrid is a multi-specialty hospital in Madrid, Spain. Ideal for international patients, the hospital a wide range of effective and affordable treatments such as cardiac surgery, oncology, plastic surgery, neurosurgery, robotic surgery, general surgery, urology, fertility treatments and much more.
Baja Surgery Center is a modern facility that provides specialized surgical services in Los Algodones, Mexico. We offer same-day procedures in general, otorhinolaryngology, urologic, and plastic surgeries, as well as Aesthetic and Anti-Aging treatments.
Dr. Alfonso Fernandez is a urologist with a postgraduate degree in Oncological Urology (Kidney, bladder, testicle, penis cancer) and in Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery. He is one of the top urologists in Hermosillo, Mexico, a 3 hour drive in a four-lane concrete highway from Nogales AZ, 4 hour drive form Tucson AZ, 5 hour drive from Phoenix AZ, with flights from Phoenix, Dallas, LA, Mexico City, etc.
A hospital where you can experience quality premises and services converge, and where one can find the disposition and warmth that allow us to thoroughly accomplish both your utmost welfare, as well as your family's, during your hospital stay. Experience affordable Cosmetic Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, and Orthopedics Surgery in Mexico.
There are several reasons why patients seek another opinion if they're struggling with urologic diseases. Some don't feel confident in their current doctor's ability to treat the disease, or they have a rare or unusual disease, or the disease isn't responding to the current treatment.?
Twenty years ago, open surgery (Nephrectomy) was the only option to remove a kidney stone which required a recovery time of 4 to 6 weeks - a very stressful period for patients. Today, because of medical advancements, kidney stone treatment has greatly improved, and many non-invasive options may now be performed in an outpatient setting like Lithotripsy.