Medical Spa Treatment

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Medical Spa Treatment Abroad

Medical Spa Treatment Abroad


edical spa treatments offer individuals (mostly women) that most coveted of escapes; soothing music, pampering and a brief respite from daily stresses, responsibilities and woes. However, medical spa treatments also offer a wealth of benefits to women seeking longevity, a youthful appearance and wellness care that incorporates aspects of mind, body and soul to achieve enhanced pleasure and sense of wellbeing with life in general.

Types of Medical Spa Treatments

Most individuals who have never been to a medical sap think spa professionals only offer body massage, but the truth is, a medical spa offers to much more. Some of the most common offerings at medical spas include:

Cosmetic Treatments

  • Botox injections
  • Hair removal
  • Chemical peels
  • Laser skin treatments
  • Dermabrasion
  • Dermal fillers
  • Anti aging and skin rejuvenation treatments

Wellness Treatments


  • Executive Health Screening

Cosmetic Dental Services


  • Teeth Whitening

Medical spas meet most aesthetic needs of clients in a single location whose ambience provides quiet, relaxing and soothing surroundings complete with aromatherapy and take-me-away-from-it-all music. Medical spas are distinctive from other spas due to the fact that they have a medical doctor on staff, or else on the premises during operating hours.

Medical spas often combine services with:

  • Plastic and cosmetic surgeons
  • Dermatologists
  • Licensed aestheticians

What Should You Expect from a Medical Spa?

A medical spa should provide at least a soothing and relaxing location that offers traditional spa therapies such as massage, reflexology and medical massage options for back and spine care, neuromuscular therapy, Trigger Point therapy, orthopedic assessment tests, and more.

In addition, a medical spa should provide licensed and well trained and experienced staff to meet individual needs and offer quality medical care in fields such as cosmetic surgery, dermatology and wellness care techniques and programs.

What are the Benefits of a Medical Spa Treatment?

Medical spa treatments are designed to treat as well as resolve or reduce symptoms for those conditions that have been diagnosed by a primary care doctor or specialist. In most cases, a prescription for medical massage techniques may be required for specific treatments as part of recuperation therapies because medical spa personnel are not allowed to make medical diagnosis or treatment therapies for various illnesses or conditions.

Anyone suffering from a medical condition such as arthritis, fracture, sports injuries can benefit from medical spa treatments, as can individuals seeking alternative therapies such as biofeedback and acupuncture. Medical massage relieves tight, sore muscles and enhances blood flow,  relieves and reduces pinched nerves and enhances nerve impulses to extremities. Medical massage also improves digestion, calms the nervous system, decreases pain and increases mobility, among other benefits.

How Much Does Treatment at a Medical Spa Cost?

Costs are determined by the treatment desired, as well as the condition being treated. In most cases, health insurance benefits in the U.S. do not include medical spa treatments unless specifically directed and prescribed by a primary care physician or specialist for the rehabilitation of an injury or as a treatment for illness or disease processes. However, costs such as laser hair removal may average about $500 in the U.S., while a chemical peel may average about $600. Medical travelers to destinations such as South America, South Africa and Southeast Asia pay a fraction of the cost of similar treatments and procedures as offered in the U.S.

Who Performs Medical Spa Treatments?

Regardless of location, medical spa staff and healthcare providers should be certified in their fields of specialty. Professionals should belong to associations or organizations in their country of origin, and whenever possible, belong to internationally recognized group, associations or boards. Providers should also be able to verify training and experience and expertise in techniques provided at medical spa facilities. Check to make sure the medical spa of your choice is clean and well maintained.

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