CCSVI Treatment in Mexico: FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I choose Mexico for CCSVI treatment?
If you want to save almost 70% of the prices charged in the USA, then you can look into the option of CCSVI or Chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency treatment in Mexico. Additionally you get to:
- Cut down time and money involved in traveling to Mexico because of the country’s proximity to the US and Canada.
- Face minimal language barriers as we at MTC work with medical professionals who are fluent in English.
- Schedule your surgery conveniently without any waiting times involved.
- Feel as if you are not in a foreign country as Mexico is quite Americanized.
Who will perform my treatment?
Your CCSVI liberation treatment will be performed by highly competent surgeons in Tijuana and Monterrey. We have enlisted the profile of the surgeon we work with for CCSVI in Monterrey, a Mexican city located just 200 km south of the US-Mexico border.
- Graduation from Autónoma de Nuevo León
- Performs over 240 surgical procedures every year
- Active member of various organizations, including the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons, the Mexican Board of Traumatology and Orthopedics, and the Orthopedic College in the State of Nuevo Leon
His team consists of competent surgeons with highly specialized training such as:
- Fellowship in Degenerative Spinal, Scoliosis, and Oncology Center for Spinal Studies at the University of Nottingham in England
- Fellowship in Spinal Surgery and Scoliosis – University of Barcelona, Spain
- Fellowship in Spinal Surgery at Unidad Medica Alta Especialidad, Monterrey, Mexico
- Preceptorship in Spinal Surgery and Orthopedic Oncology, University of Texas, Houston, USA
Where in Mexico will my CCSVI treatment be performed?
We work with a leading hospital in Monterrey to facilitate neurological treatments. The hospital features are as follows:
- Joint Commission International accredited facility
- Affiliated with Mayo Clinic, South Western Medical Center, and Children’s Hospital Boston
- It is a popular hospital chain spread across Latin America
- It has all the latest diagnostic tools such as CT scan, ultrasound, and open magnetic resonance imaging system
- Board-certified surgeons, majority of whom are English-speaking
- A 90-minute flight from Dallas, Texas should have you there at the hospital for CCSVI treatment in Monterrey
Will I get free pick-up?
Yes, we will provide you complimentary ground transportation.
How much will my CCSVI treatment cost?
Your MS liberation surgery costs will be just a fraction of the prices charged in the USA. To give you a firm quote we will need to review your medical questionnaire. Fill our online estimate-form now.
What will my package include?
Our packages for liberation surgery in Mexico for CCSVI will include:
- Pre- and post-ops, and all other expenses related to the surgery including surgeon and his team’s fees, hospital stay, and medications
- Help in air-ticket bookings
- Pick-up services (airport-hospital-hotel)
- Assistance in finding hotels (with special tariffs applicable)
- Concierge service at both the hotel and the airport
- Assistance in getting passport and visa
- A dedicated Destination Manager available to answer your queries 24*7
Do I have any options for getting a medical loan?
Yes, we even have provisions for medical loan financing.
What exactly is CCSVI treatment?
- CCSVI or CCVI is a term coined by Dr Zamboni used to define the inability of the body’s network of veins located in the head and neck to improve blood flow through the central nervous system—composed of the neck and brain—owing to getting blocked or narrowed.
- CCSVI and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are believed to be interlinked.
- The procedures that form the core of CCSVI liberation treatment are endovascular surgery and interventional neuro-radiology.
Am I a candidate for it?
- Suffering from MS does not necessarily make you a candidate for CCSVI treatment.
- You make a candidate for CCSVI liberation surgery only if you have been diagnosed with clots in your brain.
- Also our doctors would need your medical questionnaire to decide on your candidacy.
How much is the average length of hospital stay?
About three nights.
What documents would I need to travel to Mexico for my surgery?
- A valid passport if you are a US or Canadian citizen.
- A tourist card or FMM for venturing beyond the border zone (20-30 kilometers away from the border).
- If the person accompanying you plans to drive down to Mexico, he/she would need a valid driver’s license.
- The person driving would also need to be at least 25 years old.
We, at Medical Tourism Corporation, work with leading hospitals and clinics to facilitate CCSVI treatment in Mexico.
Submit the free quote request form for more information.