Each year, over a million patients travel to Mexico to receive the highest quality medical care and services in the hands of the most qualified doctors. Hospitals CMQ responds to the international demand for touristic health care, with the highest level of hospital infrastructure, best quality of medical equipment, connectivity and a favorable geographic location, and less costs than their countries of origin.
Weight Loss Team
At Hospitals CMQ we work together with Weight Loss Team. A bariatric surgery team that provides you a safe and quality experience before, during and after your surgery, all with the aim of guaranteeing your well-being. Some of the most common procedures performed by Weight Loss Team and Hospitals CMQ are gastric bypass, gastric sleeve and gastric band. Discover here all the information.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament or ACL Surgery
Having an ACL injury is becoming quite common among people who play sports, especially women. This surgery is the reconstructive type that will help repair the damage that occurs in the anterior cruciate ligament, located in the interior of the knee. But what does it mean to have an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery and when is ACL surgery needed? Find out here.
Arthroscopic surgery is used when repairing or diagnosing an injury produced within a joint. Is a minimally invasive surgical procedure where your surgeon inserts a small camera called an “arthroscope” into your damaged joint. Arthroscopic surgery it’s a technique that produces less tissue damage and promotes a quick recovery. Learn here what is this intervention like and if there’s any risks.
Hip pain is no longer just a problem for older folks. Hip replacement surgery is the second most common joint replacement procedure, with more than 300,000 patients annually. Discover here what happens during a hip replacement surgery, when is this surgery necessary, and all the benefits that comes with it, like reducing pain and improving your mobility.
Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee replacement surgery is the the most common orthopedic surgery. If you experience severe or prolonged pain while walking, climbing stairs, getting up, or sitting down, you might be a candidate for this procedure. Here we tell you the key things you should know before a knee replacement surgery, including when is necessary, what happens during the procedure and if there are risks or complications.
Our knees are two of the greatest and strongest joints. They are always supporting or weight and movements, however, they’re also very vulnerable to injuries. Annually, more than 2.5 million sports-related injuries come from the knee. This surgery is an effective procedure that will return mobility and health and also will combat the paint. Learn here all about knee surgery and the possible effects and complication risks.
Orthopedic surgery or orthopedics focuses on diagnosing, preventing, and treating all the conditions regarding the musculoskeletal system. Most orthopedic surgeries are performed on the ankles, knees, hips, elbows, shoulders, and spine. Nonetheless, the scope of orthopedic surgery and treatment is far greater than that. Keep on reading to find out everything about this branch of surgery.
Rotator Cuff Surgery
A rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons responsible for shoulder joint stability. However, there’s a prominent risk of tearing when calcifications make the tendons more rigid and fragile, this often leads to severe pain. Some rotator cuff problems can be easily treated at home. But what about surgery? Learn here when the rotator cuff surgery may be the best option for you and its risks and complications.
When pain on your spine begin to affect and control the quality of your life, producing numbness, tingling, or weakness, it’s time to speak with your doctor about a surgical intervention. However, not all spinal discomfort is candidate for surgery. Here we tell you when is spinal surgery necessary, its risks and complications, and whether or not you’re an ideal candidate.
Are You a Candidate for Bariatric Surgery?
It is very important that you inform yourself before considering weight loss surgery, learn and accept the risks and benefits. This is a procedure that should not be taken lightly, since it is the beginning for a new lifestyle that not many people can cope with. For this reason, before scheduling your appointment with your doctor, find out here the 5 points that make you a candidate for bariatric surgery.
A bariatric surgery is the term used to describe surgical procedures that help obese people lose weight by alternating their digestive systems. There are three types of surgery: gastric band, gastric sleeve and gastric bypass. Most of the time, these surgeries are performed laparoscopically, minimizing scarring and reducing recovery time. Discover here the benefits and risks involved in undergoing any of these surgeries.
Gastric Bypass Surgery
Gastric bypass surgery is considered a complex type weight loss surgery since the shape and size of the stomach are altered. It treats obesity successfully and definitively. The benefits obtained with this surgery outweigh the complications and risks. However, it is very important that you go with an expert in bariatric surgery so you can be fully informed about this procedure.
Gastric Sleeve Surgery
Gastric sleeve surgery is a technique used mainly in patients with morbid obesity. In this procedure, 75 to 80 percent of the stomach is removed, in order to leave a long tubular stomach, which connects the esophagus with the small intestine. This technique does not alter the digestive system, allowing rapid recovery after gastric sleeve surgery. Learn here the pros and cons of this procedure.
Lap Band Surgery
In this surgical weight loss procedure, an adjustable ring is placed on the upper part of the stomach. This creates a small pouch that reduces the size of the stomach. It is a frequent technique to lose weight, achieving optimal results, as it restricts and decreases the consumption of food. Find out here, if you are a candidate for the lap band surgery and the pros and cons.
Along with the detonation of the global movement of medical tourism, patients seeking hospital quality and services outside of their place of residence have Mexico in their sights. Why? In our country we have an undoubted medical and hospital quality, accessibility in costs and non-existent waiting times. Discover here the exact quote comparison between the main countries of medical tourism.
Medical Tourism Statistics
In recent years, medical tourism has gained such popularity that annually it generates a value between 50 and 70 billion dollars. But do you know why people travel abroad to receive medical treatment, or which are the main countries that tourists choose as their medical destination. Within this article you can find real and proven data on the international behavior of medical tourism.
Hospitals Specialized in Medical Tourism in Mexico
Due to its geographical location, hospitality and affordability, Mexico is the second leading country in the medical tourism industry. In this list we present you the preferred hospitals for health tourists travel to our country looking to achieve their best version. From Cabo and Mexico City to Jalisco and Cancun these are the hospitals specialized in medical tourism in Mexico.
Medical Tourism in Mexico
We are the second leading destination of medical tourism in the world and not only for offering dental services or cosmetic surgeries. We have become a country of quality medical care. Our specialties in medical tourism vary from cardiac surgery, gastrosurgery, orthopedics, oncology, bariatric surgery, among others. But the impact of medical tourism goes far beyond the health sector, learn here why.