Endovenous laser therapy is a minimally invasive, no-scar ultrasound-guided method used for the treatment of varicose veins. Although it is an outpatient, non-surgical procedure, it can still cost thousands of dollars if performed in developed countries such as the United States, Canada, and European countries.
Westerners who suffer from unsightly varicose veins can take advantage of affordable but high quality endovenous laser therapy in Southeast Asia, which has long been recognised as a medical hub for international patients. The procedure, which can be combined when you are travelling to Southeast Asia for business or pleasure, is up to 75% cheaper when compared to prices in the West. It takes just about an hour and comes with minimal to zero recovery time.
Many vascular surgeons in Southeast Asia who perform this procedure have earned their medical degrees and/or received training at respectable medical institutions abroad. Some are even accredited by prestigious Western medical organisations. Their exposure and training allow them to provide internationally-accepted standards of medical care but just for a fraction of what you will normally pay in the US or Europe. And just like their western counterparts, surgeons in Southeast Asia also use modern technologies and state-of-the-art medical equipment for the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of varicose veins.
Many Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore, are homes to various Joint Commission International (JCI) and International Standards Organisation (ISO)-accredited medical facilities. These accreditations signify that the hospitals have passed rigorous credentialing process and that they maintain rigid standards to deliver world-class quality medical services and patient care.
Aside from high-quality, affordable medical care, Southeast Asia is also renowned for its excellent nursing care and signature Asian hospitality. Both local and international patients are treated with kindness, utmost respect, compassion, and dignity while receiving care and treatment.