Digital Journal talks about the Bariatric Mexico Surgery and analyzes the reasons why more and more people is choosing Mexico as one of the main destinations when it comes to Medical Tourism. We leave you with a few paragraphs of this interesting article, however if you want to read the full article, just go to digitaljournal.com.
“Bariatric Mexico Surgery (BMS) is a facilitator company that aims to help people make informed decisions when it comes to having bariatric surgery. One way in which they achieve this is by releasing regular blog posts on issues that are important in relation to this medical journey. They have now announced the release of their latest blog post, titled ‘Benefits of Medical Tourism in Mexico’, which can be accessed at https://www.bariatricmexicosurgery.com/benefits-of-medical-tourism-in-mexico.html.
Alma Orozco, spokesperson for BMS, says: “Mexico is among the top medical destinations for Americans thanks to its close proximity to the United States and significantly more affordable medical costs. Today, tens of thousands of Americans travel to Mexico for a range of medical procedures and care that includes dental work, stem cell treatments, fertility treatments and bariatric surgery.”
In the post, BMS addresses the individual benefits that people can experience by traveling to Mexico for their medical procedures. They point out that many people do not have sufficient health insurance coverage in the United States in order to have certain procedures completed, and that these are a lot more affordable in Mexico, even when factoring in the cost of making the trip. The cost of procedures can be as much as 75% cheaper in Mexico. Bariatric surgery, in fact, is usually around 50% cheaper.”
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