Mexico’s Docs and Parks Attract ~Million Medical Tourists

 Mexico's Docs and Parks Attract ~Million Medical Tourists, like one in DF.

Mexico’s Docs and Parks Attract ~Million Medical Tourists like Chapultepec Park.

Most noteworthy, each year Mexico attracts hundreds of thousands of medical tourists. Most of the patients come to save money on top quality treatment. Another attraction is a park that won best-in-the-world status.

Especially relevant, Americans and Canadians seek affordable and competent:
– medical procedures,
– dental care, and
– cosmetic surgery.
Roughly 60% of these medical tourists receive dental care. Another 15% travel for cosmetic surgery. The remainder mainly travel for:
– orthopedics,
– bariatrics (weight loss procedures),
– optometry,
– IVF, and
– other services.

The number of US citizens going each year ranges from 800,000 to a million. Yet that estimate excludes thousands of non-citizens and undocumented immigrants.

Mexico’s Docs and Parks Attract ~Million Medical Tourists: cost

A dental procedure that would cost $16,000 in the US could cost $4,000 in Mexico. Thus that difference saves a patient about $10,000.

A medical tourist saves from 40% to 70%. Most noteworthy, the high end is more common. Indeed, savings can be even greater.

Also, many Americans have discovered they’re under-insured even after the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”). Of course, the act covers the citizen. However, insurance companies use workarounds. That leaves patients to pay lots.

Mexico’s Docs and Parks Attract ~Million Medical Tourists: nature

In addition, besides providing savings and quality care, Mexico offers other attractions, too. One is Mexico City’s Chapultepec Park. The capital city is notorious for its air pollution. Yet despite that blemish, the World Urban Parks Association named those woodlands 2019’s “Best Urban Forest in the World”. Because the International Large Urban Parks Gold Award considers:
– history,
– culture,
– providing recreation,
– biodiversity”, and
– environmental significance.
Chapultepec Park may be the capital’s most valuable space.

About a half day’s drive from Mexico City is Lake Chapala. Its riviera offers medical tourists its own attractions. Some of them are:
– kayaking,
– biking in a bike lane,
– hiking to a mountain waterfall, and
– yoga.
Another are the restaurants. One of the best is totally organic.

Furthermore, a big new hospital in Guadalajara is world-class. Hence to benefit from these advantages, contact DocTours to arrange your visit.

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Plastic Surgery In Mexico Assures Medical Tourists

Plastic Surgery In Mexico Assures Medical Tourists thanks to surgeons.
Plastic Surgery In Mexico Assures Medical Tourists due to good surgeons.

Many North Americans travel to other countries for plastic surgery. Mexico is a popular destination for medical tourists. It’s close to America and Canada. Its prices for elective surgery procedures are lower. Mexico has a high number of people choosing cosmetic surgery. Only the United States and Brazil have more aesthetic surgery patients. Continue reading “Plastic Surgery In Mexico Assures Medical Tourists”

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Mexican Kid’s Invention Relaxes Insomniacs

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Mexican Kid’s Invention Relaxes Insomniacs –great news!

Mexico can help you feel better if you’re a medical tourist. But also through Mexico’s inventions. Like a tool to put you to sleep. Continue reading “Mexican Kid’s Invention Relaxes Insomniacs”

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Gringos & Medical Tourists Find Mexico Comfy

Gringos & Medical Tourists Find Mexico Comfy around Ajijic
Gringos & Medical Tourists Find Mexico Comfy and affordable.

Americans resettling pick places with great weather, welcoming residents, and low costs. Many move to the Lake Chapala area of Mexico: Continue reading “Gringos & Medical Tourists Find Mexico Comfy”

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Geysers In Mexico Help Medical Tourists Heal

Geysers In Mexico Help Medical Tourists Heal close to Guadalajara.
Geysers In Mexico Help Medical Tourists Heal in nature.

Are you a medical tourist to Mexico? While getting well, want to visit a swimming hole near Ajijic? Try the north bank of River Los Patitos (“Little Ducks”). The water in largest pool is at the perfect temperature for frolicking all day. One geyser used to sing. Continue reading “Geysers In Mexico Help Medical Tourists Heal”

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Ajijic Mexico Attracts Expats and Medical Tourists

Ajijic Mexico Attracts Expats and Medical Tourists, like this couple
Ajijic Mexico Attracts Expats and Medical Tourists for nature and society.

Medical tourists head to Mexico to save big on quality care. One favorite destination for visitors and expats is Ajijic. It rests on Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest lake. The surrounding Sierra Madre mountains complete the postcard-perfect view. The setting and temperate climate have long attracted newcomers. Continue reading “Ajijic Mexico Attracts Expats and Medical Tourists”

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New Big Business Copies Our Name & Logo

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The name, the stethoscope, both are catchy enough to copy.

You know the saying: Plagiarism is the sincerest form of flattery. So I suppose we should feel honored. Seems like we’ve been doing something right. Because a big corporation is using our name and our logo idea. Do you think the copyright on our originality will hold up? Continue reading “New Big Business Copies Our Name & Logo”

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For Medical Tourists, Bio-Oven Shows Mexico’s Cutting Edge

For Medical Tourists, Bio-Oven Shows Mexico's Cutting Edge in green values.
For Medical Tourists, Bio-Oven Shows Mexico’s Cutting Edge for people and planet.

Mexico rocks. If you have to find the best deal for medical attention. If you’re to be the next gringo medical tourist. Know this. Mexicans can be as inventive and entrepreneurial as anyone. And as caring about the health of people and planet. A team of youths created an oven that runs on water. They call themselves “Peiskos”–in Norwegian, “warmth by a fire”. They’re in Guadalajara in Jalisco, near our HQ. Continue reading “For Medical Tourists, Bio-Oven Shows Mexico’s Cutting Edge”

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Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times

Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times
Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times covers knee surgery in Mexico

An American hospital charges a lot. The US medical system in general does. To save money, 100,000s of Americans seek care outside the United States each year. Medical tourism has been around for decades but has become more popular. Continue reading “Mexican Medical Care For Gringos: New York Times”

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Most American Medical Tourists Visit Mexico

Most American Medical Tourists Visit Mexico and save.
Most American Medical Tourists Visit Mexico for good reasons.

Around 1,200,000 medical tourists utilize Mexico to undergo health treatments. That growing figure puts Mexico in second place. (Thailand in heavily-populated Asia currently occupies first place.) Continue reading “Most American Medical Tourists Visit Mexico”

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