Guide to Medical Tourism


Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery
Cosmetic and plastic surgery are primarily elective procedures, and are not covered by insurance. Therefore, it's easy to see why so many people are traveling to lower their costs.

Dental Care and Surgeries
Dental care is another major driver of medical tourism, especially in neighboring countries. Regular dental check ups, dental surgeries and more.

Medical Spas
People looking to relax and rejuvenate but undergo regular checkups should look into medical spas. If you want to relax and undergo necessary medical treatments, read more.

Weight Loss Surgery
Weight loss surgery, or bariatric surgery, is one of the leading procedures to undergo medical tourism. Today, weight loss surgery is becoming more effective at losing weight, while risks and complications are declining. Read More.

Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapies are advancing daily, with new and promising treatments for dozens of diseases including diabetes, COPD, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, and more. We now offer Stem Cell Therapies in Mexico.

Anti Aging Treatment
Anti aging celluar therapy in Mexico includes Hormone Restoration, Pure Recovery and Revitalizing Treatment.

Cardio/Cardiovascular Treatments
Heart surgeries, including cardio bypass surgery, can cost over a hundred thousand, but patients can save tens of thousands by undergoing the surgery in Mexico and India.

Orthopedic Surgeries
Orthopedic surgeries including knee replacements, hip resurfacing, shoulder, and others can be done in another country that helps saves money. Learn about orthopedic treatments.
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Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy Overseas

Although use of stem cells is still in experimental stage, stem cell therapy has a great potential in curing patients suffering from serious medical conditions like spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, cancer / leukemia, diabetes, cerebral palsy and Parkinson’s disease.

Ayurveda Medicine - Ayurvedic Medical Tourism

Popular in India, Ayurvedic Medicine is the traditional medicine native to India. In the United States and Western Medicine, Ayurveda is considered complementary and an alternative medicine. Ayurvedic Medicine has been evolving for over five-thousand years, and includes to use of herbs, massage, and specialized diets to promote wellness. Considered a type of medicine that just doesn't treat illness and disease but encourages the fullest from the body/mind potential.