Haemorrhoidectomy is a procedure performed to remove haemorrhoids that are typically located at the tip of the anus. Usually carried out under general anesthesia, this is a common yet painful procedure that involves direct cutting of the hemorrhoids, leaving an open wound. Just like other routine or standard medical procedures, haemorrhoidectomy can easily set you back by thousands of dollars if you have it performed in your home country. If you’d rather save up to 70% of the cost, travel to Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asian hospitals, just like those in the United States and European countries are also fully equipped with advanced surgical tools and equipment and have a long list of highly experienced, board-certified doctors who are mostly trained abroad. Because hospital care is relatively inexpensive in these countries, you can expect 50% to 70% savings, even when travel costs are considered. The majority of hospitals and clinics in Southeast Asia are highly experienced in serving medical tourists; aside from providing world-class medical care and assistance, hospital staff and other personnel are also available to assist you with any concern. With distinct Asian hospitality, they go all the way to make your stay as comfortable as possible for you and your companions.