Posted: Thu 10th Aug 2023

Medical Treatment Abroad

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Aug 10th, 2023

Treatment abroad is available to anyone who can afford it. The world’s borders are open. Organizational issues and language barriers are no longer a problem if you use the Booking Health service. On our website you can choose the most suitable hospital for your treatment abroad, find out prices for any procedure and book an appointment for your preferred dates in just a few minutes. The Booking Health specialists will advise you on all your questions and take care of all your travel arrangements.

Why do patients undergo treatment abroad?

There are several main reasons why patients travel abroad for treatment. Typically, they want to:

  • Receive better medical care
  • Benefit from techniques not available in their home country yet
  • Save money on treatment or reduce expenses
  • Receive treatment more quickly than in their home country

For top-quality medical services, people tend to go to developed countries, such as Germany. Modern hospitals abroad are equipped with the latest medical technology, employ the best doctors and use innovative treatment methods. Another advantage of foreign healthcare facilities is their high level of comfort.

Advantages of treatment abroad

Patients who visit developed countries can expect:

  • Accurate and timely diagnosis of diseases
  • Sparing, safe and non-traumatic treatment
  • Good long-term treatment outcomes
  • Low risk of complications
  • Full recovery and maintenance of a high quality of life after treatment

Patients undergoing treatment abroad can benefit from innovative treatments that are more effective, safer and less invasive. For example, heart valve replacements can be performed from within the blood vessels rather than through a chest incision; brain tumors can be vaporized using lasers through a tiny hole in the skull; and robotic surgery can be performed through small incisions in the abdomen or chest.

What diseases can be treated abroad?

It does not matter what illness you have. You can seek medical help in foreign clinics for any problem. Medical tourists often go abroad to receive medical care in the following areas:

  • Oncology: doctors in developed countries cure more than half of all cancers and achieve long-term remissions in patients with advanced cancers
  • Cardiac surgery: doctors abroad successfully treat congenital heart defects in children, valvular and coronary heart disease in adults, cardiomyopathies, arrhythmias and other conditions
  • Neurosurgery: doctors perform surgery on the brain and spinal cord, often using endoscopic techniques
  • Orthopedics and sports medicine: doctors abroad perform joint replacements and minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery for meniscus tears, ligament injuries, cartilage lesions and tendon injuries
  • Urology and gynecology: doctors successfully perform procedures for endometriosis, ovarian cysts, urinary incontinence, prostate adenomas and other conditions

Other conditions are also successfully treated abroad. For example, many patients go to European hospitals for eye and ENT surgery, gallbladder removal, hernia repair, IVF pregnancy, etc. Another popular area of medical tourism is neurological rehabilitation, for example after a stroke.

If you are planning a trip abroad for medical services, you should visit the Booking Health website. This is a convenient service for making an appointment for treatment abroad. On our website you can find the best hospitals in Germany, other European countries and around the world, as well as the current cost of all procedures and get services for the organization of treatment abroad.

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