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Orthopedic Surgery 

Orthopedic surgeries in Mexico are led by Rapid Access Medical Tourism, one of the most highly regarded and most recognized orthopedic teams of surgeons in Mexico, with over 20 years of combined practicing experience and hundreds of successful hip, knee, spine, back, shoulder, and joint surgeries we are simply the best team of surgeons at the most affordable prices.  Our orthopedic center of excellence offers a wide range of procedures designed to repair, reshape or replace damaged or diseased parts of the hip, knee, lower back, or shoulder joints. 


Dynamic Stabilization (Wellex Implant)

Level 1 & Level 2 Procedure Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

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For patients suffering from strong back pain and who already had surgery but there is still pain keeping them from their daily activities or are looking for spine surgery or back treatment to help them move freely, the new Wellex spinal implant is the best solution for you.

The procedure is a minimally invasive and non-destructive surgery, where doctors make a small 1.96-inch incision and separate the tissues, so they have direct access to the bone without having to cut skin, muscle, or bone. The Wellex spinal implant is placed between the vertebras relieving patients from the pain.

The Wellex Implant is dynamic, allowing the patients to move naturally and regain the active lifestyle they had lost. After a week, they will be able to do their daily activities just like they did before they started suffering from back pain.

Spinal Fusion Vs Wellex 

New technology for Spinal Implant Procedure

Spinal Fusion

  • NOT reversible

  • A hospital stay of minimum 5 days

  • For full recovery, it takes up to 18 months.

  • 2 hours of surgery.

  • Patients still experience pain during the first 6 months

New Wellex

  • Reversible

  • Discharged the same day.

  • Full recovery in 4 months.

  • 1 hour of surgery.

  • Immediately after the procedure, the pain is reduced in a 50%.

Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery

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

Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgical Techniques belong to a group of highly specialized procedures that focus on preserving healthy anatomical structures without damaging surrounding tissue while maintaining most of the muscle and ligamentous attachments intact. In some cases, surgeons need to use a needle or tube-type endoscope (endoscopic spine surgery) to illuminate and visualize the spinal lesion. A display amplifies the diseased part of the disc and the surgeon performs the treatment with specialized tools such as lasers, radio frequency, and other neurosurgical instruments.

Unilateral Biportal Endoscopic Spine Surgery 

(Orthopedic Surgery)

See for yourself as we describe a minimally invasive and full endoscopic spine surgical approach to treat a single level recurrent down migrated disc herniation at L4-L5 level.

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Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery

Our Prices Vary on this Procedure but Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

The rotator cuff muscles are vital in shoulder movements and help maintain the humeral joint (shoulder joint) stability. A rotator cuff injury describes any damage or inflammation (swelling or pain) to one or more of the tendons or muscles of the area. When someone suffers a rotator cuff injury their best option is surgery.

Rotator Cuff Repair 


Candidates for Rotator Cuff Surgery:

  • Patients with tears in their rotator cuff.

  • Patients lost the function of their shoulders.

  • The patient had a recent injury.

  • Patients can’t move their shoulders because of the pain.



Rotator Cuff Repair Surgery

The recovery process for Rotator Cuff Surgery Patients:

  • Patients will experience pain, which will be controlled by prescribed medication.

  • Patients will need physical therapy.

  • Patients can’t move their shoulders for the first months.

  • Patients can start to exercise 2 months after their surgery.

Knee Replacement Surgery in Mexico

Surgery Price Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

Knee Replacement Surgery in Mexico involves replacing a damaged, worn or diseased knee with an artificial joint. Our Knee replacement surgeries are performed by Rapid Access Medical Tourism one of the most recognized and respected orthopedic surgeon teams in Mexico.

Knee replacement surgery is one of the routine operations for knee pain that is most often caused by arthritis. For many of our patients, a replacement knee will last for about 15 to 20 years, especially if the new knee is taken care of properly and not put under too much pressure and unnecessary strain.

Knee Replacement Surgery Specialist

Certified Orthopedic Knee Replacement surgeon in Mexico

Knee replacement surgeries can be performed in two types:

  1. Total Knee Replacement (TKR) – Both sides of the knee joint are replaced.

  2. Partial (half) Knee Replacement (PKR) – Just one side of the joint is replaced with a smaller operation and a shorter hospital stay and recovery time.

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During knee replacement surgery, the orthopaedic surgeon will resurface your damaged knee with artificial components, called implants.

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Knee Arthroscopy Surgery in Mexico

Surgery Price Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

Our Knee Arthroscopy surgery is a minimally invasive procedure in which our medical team treats various problems inside the knee joint, after rest, physical therapy or medications do not work. However, not all causes of knee pain can be effectively treated with an arthroscopic procedure, in those cases, we offer Knee Replacement Surgery.

Knee Arthroscopy Surgery Causes

We perform Knee Arthroscopy to treat the following injuries

Our Knee Arthroscopy procedure can help patients suffering from the following injuries:

  • Meniscus cartilage tears

  • Anterior cruciate ligament tears

  • Articular cartilage wear

  • Patella problems

  • Torn Cartilages

  • Inflamed synovial tissue

  • Loose fragments of bone or cartilage

  • Knee sepsis (infection)

Knee Arthroscopy Surgery

Benefits for Knee Arthroscopy Patients

Our Knee Arthroscopy patients can enjoy the following benefits after their procedure:

  1. Minimally Invasive

  2. Small to minimal scars

  3. Decreased pain and swelling

  4. Regain movement in Joint

  5. Faster recovery

  6. Fewer risks

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ACL Repair Surgery
(Anterior Cruciate Ligament)

Surgery Price Compared to the USA and Canada, doing it in Mexico is 40 to 60% Cheaper

The knee is formed by the femur, tibia, and patella. The femur and tibia are connected by 4 different ligaments: MCL, LCL, PCL, and ACL. They are in charge of keeping the knee joint together.

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is in the center and diagonally in the knee joint, connecting the femur (thigh bone) to the tibia (shin bone).


The ACL has the following functions:

  • Stabilize the knee.

  • Prevents the tibia from sliding out into the femur.

ACL Repair Surgery 

Candidates for an ACL Repair Surgery:

  • Patients older than 18 years old, who play the following high-risk sports: basketball, football, skiing, soccer, tennis, volleyball, and gymnastics.

  • Patients older than 18 years old with jobs that involve pivoting or heavy manual work.

  • Women in sports are more propensity to injury because of their physical conditioning and muscular strength.

Causes of an ACL tear:

  • Bad landings.

  • Slowing down while walking and abruptly changing direction.

  • Harsh and sudden movements.

  • Sidestepping maneuvers.

ACL Repair Surgery

Symptoms of an Acute Cruciate Ligament Tear:

  • Inflammation.

  • Pain.

  • Lost range of motion.

  • Tenderness in the knee joint.

  • Discomfort while walking.

Rapid Access Medical Tourism team of surgeons has treated hundreds of ACL injuries and performs ACL surgery as a regular component of his work as the team doctor for professional soccer and baseball teams.

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Meniscus Repair Surgery

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

The meniscus cartilage has a very important role in the knee joint, in most cases, all the pressure of the patient's weight is held in this cartilage. If there is any type of damage to the meniscus tissue the pressure goes to the articular cartilage starting to cause degenerative changes in the entire joint.

Our patients experienced a meniscus tear, and feel pain and swelling in the knee joint, making it worse when they practice sports or physical activities.

Meniscus Repair Surgery

Candidates for Meniscus Repair Surgery:

A meniscus tear can be considered a minimal injury treated by non-surgical treatments. However, patients consider surgery in the following cases:

  • The patient wants to keep an active lifestyle.

  • Patients want to remain playing sports.

  • Patients have a tear is in the periphery.

  • The patient's tissue is good and can take the surgery.

  • Patients older than 60 years old, whose meniscus cartilage weakened with age.

Meniscus Repair Surgery

Orthopedic Surgery Center of Excellence

A meniscus tear can be more serious when the torn fragments get caught in the knee joint, making the knee stop functioning and the patient not being able to use it.


In other cases, patients have a meniscus tear and an injured ACL or MCL, which are ligaments that hold the knee joint together.

Rapid Access Medical Tourism team of surgeons has treated many patients with meniscus problems and performs this surgery as a regular component of their work.

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Hip Resurfacing Surgery

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

Hip Resurfacing Surgery

Hip Replacement vs. Hip Resurfacing

In traditional hip replacement surgery, a significant amount of healthy and damaged bone is removed and replaced with a prosthetic bone. Our surgeons perform hip resurfacing, a technique that involves the removal of less healthy bone; we only replace the damaged area.

The type of hip resurfacing procedure that a patient receives and how long it is likely to last is largely dependent on the type of prosthesis used and the age of the patient. The cost of joint replacement procedures in America reflects the quality of joints used, with hip resurfacing costing around £50,000.


Hip Resurfacing

Hip Resurfacing Post-Op Care

Our post-operative care is second-to-none. Our team of Doctors stresses that we always keep in touch with patients by phone or email – it is important to make sure that they are recovering well, with minimum pain, and gaining the mobility and flexibility they have not had for so long.

If you would like to speak to a doctor about whether hip arthroscopy would be the best treatment for you then contact us today by using the Book an Appointment bottom of the top of the page.

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Hip Replacement Surgery in Mexico (Hip Arthroplasty)

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

Hip replacement surgery or hip arthroplasty is done by

Rapid Access Medical Tourism is one of the most highly regarded and most recognized orthopedic teams of surgeons in Mexico, in this procedure, dead cartilage and bone of the hip joint are surgically removed and replaced with artificial materials.


The hip joint is a ball and socket joint, with the socket being comprised of a cup-shaped bone of the pelvis called the acetabulum. In the total hip replacement surgery, the acetabulum is replaced by a prosthetic and the partial hip replacement replaces only the femoral head.

Hip Replacement Surgery Specialist

Certified Orthopedic Hip Arthroplasty surgeon in Mexico

Our certified orthopedic surgeons specialized in hip replacement

  • Total Hip Replacement (THR) – In this procedure the femoral head (the ball) of the damaged hip joint is replaced along with the acetabulum (the socket) is replaced with a prosthetic

  • Partial Hip Replacement (Hemiarthroplasty) – In this procedure, only the femoral head (the ball) of the damaged hip joint is replaced. The acetabulum (the socket) is not replaced.

Hip Replacement Surgery Conditions

Hip Replacement Surgery can be caused by different reasons

There are many injuries and conditions that can cause a person to need a hip replacement, some common issues include:

For partial hip replacement surgery:

  • Broken and fractured hips

  • Traumatic hip injury

For total hip replacement surgery:

  • Degenerative Arthritis in the hip joints

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Spinal Fusion Surgery

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

Spinal fusion surgery stops the motion at a painful vertebral segment, which decreases pain from the joint.

There are various techniques for spinal fusion surgery, and all use a bone graft to add to an area of the spine, creating a biological response that makes the bone graft grow between the two vertebral segments and fuse together, stopping any movement at that segment.

Spinal Fusion Surgery

Neurology Center of Excellence

Patients with the following diseases could be candidates for spinal fusion surgery:

  • Degenerative disc disease

  • Isthmic, degenerative, or post-laminectomy spondylolisthesis.

Other conditions that may be treated by spinal fusion surgery include a weak or unstable spine (caused by infections or tumors), fractures, scoliosis, or deformity. This is if abnormal and excessive movement at a vertebral segment causes severe pain and an inability to function normally.

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Lumbar Dynamic Stabilization Surgery

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

Lumbar Dynamic Stabilization is a relatively new treatment for low back pain that represents an exciting advance in spine surgery. With low back pain affecting up to 80% of people in North America today, spinal fusion surgery has become more popular than ever: More than 200,000 surgeries are performed annually, while pain management for low back pain represents a segment of the healthcare industry worth over $100 billion.

Dynamic stabilization costs far less than spinal fusion surgery, with typical savings over traditional spine surgery amounting to $50,000 and more.

Dynamic stabilization/soft stabilization uses flexible materials to stabilize the affected lumbar region while preserving the natural anatomy of the spine. It is intended to alter the load-bearing pattern of the spine’s motion segment and to control any abnormal motion while leaving the affected spinal segment mobile.


The idea behind stabilization is that controlling abnormal motions while supporting more physiologic load transmission may relieve the pain associated with degenerative disk disease and prevent further degeneration of adjacent segments of the spine. Once normal motion and load transmission can be achieved, a patient’s damaged disc may even repair itself.

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