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General Surgery

Rapid Access Medical Tourism is a popular choice for cost-savvy North Americans who need routine medical procedures. The hospitals are just a few hours away from the most prominent cities in Canada and US by plane. but it's outpatient and inpatient surgeries would be pricey procedures—available procedures in Mexico. R.A.M.T includes several general surgeries that are low-risk, low-cost, and performed daily by trained hands.


Gall Bladder Removal Surgery (Cholecystectomy)

Our price Varies But Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

The Gall Bladder is a tear-drop-shaped sac that sits beneath the liver. It collects bile, which is produced by the liver. The gall bladder releases the bile after eating to aid digestion.

Gallbladder problems can arise if the organ doesn’t function properly. Most commonly, gallstones form out of the solid particles of cholesterol and bile salts. These small hard masses develop in the gallbladder or bile duct and can cause extreme pain and illness. If the gallstones block the flow of bile, causing complications and severe pain, it may be necessary to conduct a cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal).

Conditions that lead to the necessity of gallbladder removal (cholecystectomy) include gallbladder cancer, gallbladder polyps, cholestasis, and biliary colic.

The advancement of technology and invention of laparoscopic surgical procedures have made gallbladder removal (cholecystectomy) safer and easier, with a faster recovery time.

Our surgeon will make three small incisions in your abdomen, one for the laparoscope (camera) and two for the specialist surgical equipment that will be used to remove the problematic gallbladder. With our expert physicians and cutting-edge technology your gallbladder will be quicker, simpler and with less pain than open surgery, enabling you to go home and return to work more quickly. 


Surgery Procedure

Our price Varies But Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

Hysterectomy is one of the most common gynecological surgical procedures involving the removal of the womb. Generally, a hysterectomy is performed to correct disorders of the reproductive system, such as uterine fibroids, adenomyotic, endometriosis, cervical or uterine cancer, or abnormal menstrual cycles.

For women who experience the inconvenience, pain, and emotional stress of suffering from a genealogical condition, a hysterectomy can provide a much-needed release from the pain and exhaustion of coping with the condition. While it is not a procedure that should be taken likely, if other alternatives prove unsuccessful, hysterectomy can change some women’s lives.

Depending on the condition and needs of the patient, a hysterectomy can be full or partial and the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and cervix may also be removed during the procedure if necessary.

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Umbilical Hernia Surgery

Our price Varies But Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

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An umbilical hernia is when part of the abdominal lining or abdominal organs bulge outwards around the belly button (navel) due to a weakness in the muscle wall in or around the belly button. The protrusion can be anything from 1cm – to 5cm in diameter and is most common in infants. However, adults can develop umbilical hernias, particularly women during and after pregnancy and men and women who are overweight.

Umbilical hernias in adults usually occur when a childhood weakness re-emerges or a new hernia develops nearby. Although an umbilical hernia is not in itself dangerous, there is a high risk in adults that the intestine will become trapped in the hernia. If the blood flow to the bowel or segment of the trapped intestine is cut off, the hernia can cause pain and potentially life-threatening conditions such as gangrene, bowel obstruction, or peritonitis.

Surgery is the only effective treatment for an umbilical hernia. Without surgery, the umbilical hernia is likely to become bigger, more uncomfortable, and more likely to cause more serious complications. Surgery is needed to strengthen the muscle wall and repair the weakened areas of muscle.

Inguinal Hernia Repair

Our price Varies But Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

A hernia appears when an area inside the body, like an organ, pushes through a weak part in a muscle or surrounding tissue wall.

The body’s muscles are normally strong and tight enough to keep the intestines and organs in their correct place, but at times they are not, which causes a hernia to develop.

A laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair is an operation that pushes the bulge back into its correct place and simultaneously strengthens the abdominal wall. The operation is important because an inguinal hernia is a potentially dangerous medical condition.

Laparoscopic, or keyhole surgery, is a minimally invasive method where numerous small incisions are made, allowing the surgeon to use a variety of instruments.

When you recover from your inguinal hernia repair, you should be able to go home the same day or the day after your surgery. It is vital that you follow our instructions on how to look after yourself following surgery. This includes eating a healthy diet to avoid constipation, looking after your wound, and not straining yourself too soon after your procedure.

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