With all the existing research and advancement in the medical field to coop with diabetes, there is still no cure for diabetes type-1 and 2. Drastic lifestyle changes sometimes put diabetes into remission. Another option is diabetes surgery, but not all patients can choose it because of financial reasons or need to be placed on a waiting list.
It is an open secret that most patients seek diabetes surgery abroad to cut costs and avoid the waiting list. But these are not the only reason why most patients travel to get treated:
The procedure is more affordable abroad.
The cost of health care in the US, UK, and Australia has risen for the past few years. Diabetes surgery costs 40% - 50% less abroad.
You have access to innovative treatment options.
Traveling abroad to treat diabetes will open other possibilities or introduce a better, more effective treatment to solve diabetes.
Highly skilled and experienced surgeons
The surgeons are highly experienced with years of practice. Their clinics are accredited by renowned institutions like Joint Commission International JCI or International Organization for Standardization ISO.
Treatment that's worth your money
Finding a specialist abroad will be more cost-effective for you than visiting an amateur doctor in your local country.
A chance to experience a luxury holiday
Most patients travel abroad for the procedure; their primary goal is treatment. But they understand it is an opportunity to enjoy a luxury holiday and explore new experiences before or after their surgery.
You're an ideal candidate for diabetes surgery if you have type-2 diabetes and a BMI of 30 or above.
Some of the factors that affect the cost are the location of the clinics, the surgeon's experience, and the technique used.
$10,000 - $20,000
$15,000 - $23,000
$16,000 - $18,000
Diabetes Surgery (39 Clinics)