Bunion Surgery Cost - Main Reason For Choosing Bunion Surgery Abroad
A bony bump that forms on the joint at the base of the big toe, called bunion, is a problem for many people. Also known as a bunionectomy, bunion surgery, or hallux valgus correction, is a surgical procedure that solves the problem completely. Therefore, people for whom nonsurgical treatment methods do not relieve the pain they are suffering, are looking at surgery options. These days, because surgery cost in the UK and Scandinavian countries is high, patients often choose bunion surgery abroad. This option can cut down costs anywhere from 40% to 70% even with the travel expenses added.
"I developed bunions a few years ago and have been dealing with the redness and soreness which is not only painful but embarrassing as well. After much thought, I decided to undergo a surgical procedure to correct the deformed area of my foot near the big toe so I can walk comfortably again in my shoes." - says Melissa Scott, a 38-year-old sales agent from Manchester, UK, who went to Kardiolita Hospital in Vilnius, Lithuania for her surgery after researching bunion surgery cost abroad.
"Although women are more likely to develop bunions, we have a number of male patients coming in for different types of bunion surgery as well. We have the most experienced doctors in the industry, most of whom have more than 35 years of experience in their field. We perform 200+ surgeries each year with no reported MRSA infections." - says Andrius Kostogriz, the CEO at Kardiolita Hospital in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Kardiolita hospital is in a perfect geographical location which makes their patients' travel short and inexpensive. There are no waiting lists and the hospital helps UK patients get their payment reimbursed by the NHS.
At Kardiolita Hospital, bunion surgery is performed by surgeons having 15+ years of experience in performing operations daily. Patients choosing Kardiolita Hospital for their bunion surgery save up to 72% while getting world-class medical services, which is a huge deciding factor for patients from abroad.
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