Tendonitis or inflamed tendon is a type of tendiopathy condition that is common to people who are over 40 years of age. As tendons or the flexible tissue that connects the muscle to the bones age, they become less tolerance to stress and they become less elastic thus, more prone to tear.
This condition is very common in western countries affecting about 2.5 million patients every year. Despite the availability of modern technologies used for the diagnosis, treatment, and management of this condition in the United States and European countries, more and more patients are looking elsewhere primarily due to high cost of treatment and prolonged waiting time.
If you’re looking to save up to 75% of the procedure’s cost, traveling to Southeast Asia is your most viable option. Countries such as Thailand and Singapore offer five-star hospital accommodation to international patients to ensure their safety and comfort. Meanwhile, the quality of procedure is guaranteed the best as Southeast Asian countries use only state-of-the-art medical tools and equipment to carry out the required procedure and surgery to treat tendonitis.
Orthopedists in Southeast Asia who are licensed to provide medical treatment to patients from the west are board-certified, fluent in the English language, and most importantly, they practice in US-accredited hospitals with world-class facilities.
In Southeast Asia, you don’t have to spend a fortune to get accurate diagnosis and world-class treatment for tendonitis. You are assured of better quality care and minimal to zero waiting time while you save up to 75% of the cost.