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The Ultimate Guide to Knee Surgery in Mexico

Are you considering going for knee surgery in Mexico? Have questions about the Mexican health standards? Costs? We have you covered.

This all-in-one guide will help you understand why Mexico is a better alternative, with its high-quality health care, low costs, and convenience of location.

Learn what makes Mexico a safe medical tourism destination for Knee surgery.

Knee Surgery in Mexico

Deciding to do a knee replacement surgery is not simple. You have to factor in surgery costs, convenience, healthcare standards, rehabilitation costs, and recovery time after surgery.

If you are serious about getting the best healthcare standards at costs that are 1/3rd of what is in the U.S, then Mexico might be a perfect option.[1]International Living Mexican Healthcare Is Excellent and Affordable “…the cost for surgical procedures is usually around one-third the cost of the same procedure in the States.” View in Article

Painful Knee | Knee Surgery in Mexico

Painful Knee | Knee Surgery in Mexico

For thousands who travel to Mexico each year for their medical needs, the opportunity for a cheaper, better and safer alternative is now possible through medical tourism.

Why Choose Mexico for Knee Replacement Surgery?

American patients choose Mexico because of the proximity of both countries and cheaper costs.

The accessibility of air routes and the presence of certified medical companies make it a prime attraction. The quality of aftercare services and specialist healthcare professionals is simply the best.

Choosing to have your knee replacement surgery in Mexico can have a host of advantages:

  • Costs – Save up to 70% on your surgery costs compared to the US.
  • Quality – Get treated by world-class US-trained orthopedic surgeons – Avail state-of-the-art technology and aftercare services.
  • Convenience – Easy accessibility and multiple travel routes (air or road).
  • No waiting lists or delays – Avail swift diagnosis and treatment plans by health care specialists.
  • Safe locations – Our orthopedic clinics in Mexico are in safe neighborhoods. So, you don’t have to bother about safety during your stay.
  • Top tourism destination – Heal amidst the sandy beaches and lush natural beauty of Mexico. Whether it is the cuisine or the rich cultural treasures, Mexico has something for everybody.[2]Insight Guides 25 reasons to go to Mexico “Mexico is a destination that has something special for everyone…. View in Article

Why Do People Go to Mexico For Healthcare?

Mexico is a famous destination for retirees, primarily because of its high healthcare standards that are at par with most US hospitals or clinics.[3]International Insurance Healthcare Systems in Mexico “…healthcare system in Mexico offers good standards and operates efficiently… have superb hospitals and clinics…Mexican doctors go to medical school or do extra training in the United States or Europe.” View in Article

  • Most cities have first-rate hospitals and are affordable.
  • Most prescription drugs and medications are available at least 40% – 60% less than in the US, and even generic drugs are available for off-patented medicines at lower prices.[4]NPR American Travelers Seek Cheaper Prescription Drugs In Mexico And Beyond “The average cost of an eligible drug in the US is over $4,500 per month and is 40-60% less in Mexico”” View in Article
  • Many are English-speaking doctors. Interpreter services are usually provided where communications might be a problem.
  • Doctors even offer house calls and routinely phone you to inquire about your health.

This level of patient care is the reason why Mexico rates very well with expats.[5]International Living Mexican Healthcare Is Excellent and Affordable “…healthcare in Mexico is good news for expats and future expats.” View in Article

Getting Knee Surgery in Mexico

Though the US has a highly advanced and competent private health care system, the costs incurred are very high.

Vulnerable groups like those who don’t have adequate health insurance, e.g., low-income and seniors, are at a considerable disadvantage.[6]Healthline Seniors in the United States Less Healthy Than in Other Countries “…lack of health insurance coverage is a big reason older adults in the United States lag behind seniors in other developed nations.” View in Article

Wondering how much does a knee surgery cost in Mexico?  The average cost of knee surgery in Mexico is between $7,000-15,800.

The prices depend on whether it is an inpatient (at a hospital) or outpatient surgery (same-day).

Knee Surgery Cost Comparison (USD) – USA vs. Mexico
Procedure USA Mexico
Total knee replacement $30,000 – $50,000 $7,000 – $15,800
Knee arthroscopy $12,550 – $21,990 $3,800 – $7,000
Meniscus Repair $9,000 – $30,000 $4,900 – $7,000
ACL Repair $20,000 – $50,000 $7,500 – $14,000

Orthopedic Knee Surgery in Mexico [2021 Prices]

  • Cancun
  • Tijuana
  • Puerto Vallarta
  • Puebla
  • Ciudad Juárez
Procedure Cost in USD
ACL Repair $14,000
Knee Arthroscopy (Meniscal Repair) $7,000
Knee Replacement $15,800
Procedure Cost in USD
Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty $ 7,000
Knee arthroscopy $ 7,000
Knee Replacement (Unilateral) $10,000 – $13,000
Procedure Cost in USD
Knee Arthroscopy $4,900
Meniscus Repair (Arthroscopy) $4,900
ACL Repair $7,500
Knee Replacement (One Knee) $12,500
Knee Replacement (Two Knees) $22,500
Procedure Cost in USD
Knee Replacement (Unilateral) $9,500
Knee Replacement (Unilateral) (Robotic) $11,000
Procedure Cost in USD
Knee Arthroscopy $3,800
Knee Replacement (Unilateral) $9,600
**Prices are subject to change. We advise you to fill our online quote form for the latest prices and specials.

These price packages include food, pre-op tests, room fee, nurse fee, operating room fee, medical supplies, medication, x-rays, and consultation. Specific to Ciudad Juarez. It may vary slightly according to location.

You can get your knee surgery in Mexico, paying 75% less than the average US cost. The knee replacement surgery costs out of pocket may also vary with regards to the patient’s

  • Age
  • Existing health conditions
  • Hospital location
  • The recovery period, post-surgery

However, with MTC, you can identify the cheapest options and choose a package that suits your individual needs.

Please consult with our experts today to know more about our payment programs, procedure details, and package plans.

Knee Replacement Cost in Mexico

The cost for a total knee replacement (TKR) in Mexico starts at $7,000. In general, a partial knee replacement would cost about half of the TKR price.[7]Cost Helper How Much Does Knee Replacement Cost? “A partial knee replacement costs about half the amount of a total knee replacement.” View in Article

The cost of knee replacement surgery in the United States can go up to $50,000 on an average. It is for most health insurance plans that are sponsored by employers or purchased through

TKR Surgery Scar

It is unusually hazy when it comes to the actual costs of surgery in hospitals or clinics in the US.

For example, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal, Hospitals often fix their pricing based on profit targets rather than the actual cost to perform the surgery.[8]The Wall Street Journal What Does Knee Surgery Cost? Few Know, and That’s a Problem “Hospitals are often ignorant about their actual costs. Instead, they often increase prices to meet profit targets.” View in Article

This cost discrepancy is one of the reasons that medical tourism to Mexico is appealing to many prospective patients. For those who don’t have insurance and are considering Knee surgery, Mexico is a perfect fit.

Choose from some of the best orthopedic surgeons in Mexico with a customized surgery package created by our in-house experts.

There are no waiting lists or delays; you get what you pay for in time and curated to perfection.

  • Knee Replacement Surgery Packages for Mexico
Knee Replacement Surgery Packages for Mexico

Our years of expertise, managing medical tourism packages for American clientele helps us provide the best custom fit for you. Moreover, our all-inclusive knee replacement package prices are much lower than those in the USA, Singapore, and Thailand.

Knee Replacement Surgery Packages for Mexico
Mexico All-Inclusive TKR package

Does Mexico Have Better Healthcare Than the United States?

Nationmaster’s recent study explains how the quality and costs of healthcare in Mexico trumped the United States.[9]NationMaster Quality of health care system Stats: Compare key data on Mexico & United States “Mexico ranked 17… 51% more than United States…US Ranked 41st…The convenience of location for you…” View in Article

Mexico Rank USA Rank
#17 (51% more than the US) #41
Convenient location
#19 #12 (2% more than Mexico)
Skill and competence of medical staff
#17 #16 (1% more than Mexico)
Friendliness and courtesy of the staff
#12 #11 (2% more than Mexico)
Modern equipment for diagnosis and treatment
#25 #11 (12% more than Mexico)
Short waiting times
#13 #10 (1% more than Mexico)
Speed in delivering examinations and reports
#13 (1% more than the US) #14
Accuracy & completeness in filling out reports
#22 #11 (10% more than Mexico)
Healthcare System Index
#15 (4% more than the US) #23
*Overall quality of the health care system, staff, doctors, equipment, cost, etc.

Types of Knee Surgery in Mexico

What is Knee Replacement Surgery?

Knee replacement surgery is a medical procedure where the surgeon replaces damaged knee joints.

He does it with parts made of synthetic materials such as metal, ceramic, or plastic. These custom-made artificial parts fit well with the knee joints.


X-ray Right: Osteoarthritis of the knee; Left: post-operation total Knee surgery (TKR) view

Usually, after a knee replacement surgery, patients may have temporary pain in the new joint or find their mobility more restricted than before.

But after the brief recovery period, one can start with physical therapy since it aids with the healing faster.

Gentle physical activity after surgery is also suitable for recovery and the healing process.

 According to studies, 82% of total knee replacements last 25 years in patients with osteoarthritis.[10]The Lancet How long does a knee replacement last? A systematic review and meta-analysis of case series and national registry reports with more than 15 years of follow-up “82% of TKRs and 70% of UKRs last 25 years in patients with osteoarthritis” View in Article

What is Arthroscopic Surgery?

The most common knee surgeries include a procedure which is called Arthroscopy.

This surgical technique repairs most types of knee problems that are untreatable with medications.

Arthroscopy is a keyhole surgery that helps the surgeon diagnose and treat many different kinds of knee problems.

Knee Arthroscopy in Mexico

Knee Arthroscopy in Mexico

According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, some of the most common arthroscopic procedures for the knee include the following:

  • Repair or removal of a torn meniscus — a type of cartilage in the knee that cushions and stabilizes the joint
  • Repair or reconstruction of a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a ligament that helps stabilize the knee joint.
  • Removal of loose fragments of detached bone or cartilage, especially in arthritis caused by an injury
  • Treatment of patella (kneecap) problems
  • Treatment of knee sepsis (infection mainly caused by wounds)

What is Total Knee Replacement Surgery?

Total knee replacement surgery is a complex surgery where the surgeon cuts the arthritically damaged ends of the tibia (shin bone) and femur (thighbone) and caps both with prostheses.

This procedure provides most patients with pain relief and improved knee joint function. The surgery usually lasts for 1.5 – 3 hours per knee.[11]Medicinenet What happens in the post-operative period? What is involved in the recovery from surgery? “A total knee replacement generally requires between one and a half to three hours of operative time.” View in Article

Total Knee Replacement Patient Animation

Video Courtesy: Exactech

The prosthetic pieces surgically inserted into the joints are metal from or polyethylene. These pieces move against one another, thereby creating a functional knee joint.

Patients usually go through a partial recovery in 4 to 6 weeks1. For complete recovery, it usually takes a period of 6 months to 1 year.

What is Partial Knee Replacement Surgery (PKR)?

Partial knee replacement surgery is considered an alternative to total knee replacement surgery.

Also called unicompartmental knee replacement, it involves only a part of the damaged knee. This type of surgery can replace either the inside (medial) part, the outside (lateral) part, or the kneecap part of the knee.

The surgeon replaces the affected portion of the knee with a prosthesis. Since this kind of surgery needs smaller incisions or surgery, the recovery time is less.

Partial recovery is usually in 2 weeks or less, but you can start working with a physical therapist sooner to get back to fluid mobility.

Knee Replacement Surgery Procedure

Pre-Surgery Process

Based on your specific medical condition, the surgeon will take preliminary tests before the procedure. It may include:

  • X-ray analysis
  • Complete physical examination + blood tests + other diagnostic tests as needed
  • Complete medical history analysis
  • Evaluation of knee stability + knee size + extent of damage
X-ray Picture of Knee

You will have to sign a consent form for surgery. Your doctor may ask you to fast for about 5-8 hours before the procedure.

  • Pre-surgery Tips
Pre-surgery Tips
  • Inform your knee surgeon if you are allergic or has a sensitivity to any medications
  • Share information about your current medications (if any)
  • Consult a physical therapist before you go for the surgery. It helps to engage the physical rehabilitation process post-surgery.

Day of Surgery

The knee surgery usually lasts for 2 hours or less (for partial knee replacement surgery). It includes:

  • Anesthesia during the surgery procedure
  • The surgeon makes an incision in the joint area. Then, remove the damaged surfaces of the knee joint and resurface an artificial knee prosthesis.
  • The prosthesis (made of metal or synthetic fiber) is attached to the bone with surgical cement.
  • The uncemented prosthesis is attached to the bone.
  • In time, post-recovery, the bone naturally grows to adhere to the prosthesis.
Knee Replacement - During Surgery

The incision is closed with stitches. Then the surgeon uses a sterile bandage or dressing on the site of surgery.

  • Travel Itinerary
Travel Itinerary

Our typical surgery package trip for a knee replacement surgery with MTC will look like this :

Knee Replacement Surgery Package - Mexico Trip

Knee Replacement Surgery Schedule Duration
Hospital Stay 3 nights
Hotel Stay 3 nights
Return to Work (Desk job) (12) 4 to 6 weeks
Travel (12) After 6 weeks
Ref: [12]Healthline Recovery Timeline for TKR: Rehabilitation Stages and Physical Therapy ” If you have a desk job, you can return to work in 4 to 6 weeks. You can travel after 6 weeks…” View in Article

Post Surgery Recovery

Opting for an in-house stay at the hospital for some days is essential to a speedy recovery.

You will be under-diagnosis in this period to ensure a safe and peaceful healing process.

You may be able to walk on crutches about two weeks after surgery.

Knee Replacement Recovery | Steps with Crutches

Low-impact activities such as swimming or walking can help in the process.

  • Post Surgery Tips
Post Surgery Tips
  • The usual recovery period is six weeks to one year, though one can resume daily activities slowly.
  • Consult a physiotherapist, post-surgery
  • Light walking and the usual day-to-day activities are usually comfortable and help build strength around the knee joints.
  • Slowly increase the range of physical activities during the next six months to one year to get full mobility back.

Is Knee Surgery Safe in Mexico? ✅

A knee replacement surgery is one of the successful treatments to relieve pain. It is safe and effective for most people; fewer than 2% of patients experience serious complications.[13]OrthoInfo Total Knee Replacement “Total knee replacements are one of the most successful procedures in all of the medicine…Serious complications, such as a knee joint infection, occur in fewer than 2% of patients…” View in Article

When you select an experienced, skilled, and certified surgeon, your success rates of surgery increase; MTC recommended surgeons have a 90 – 99% success rate in knee surgeries.

All of them are Mexican board-certified orthopedic surgeons.

Best Knee Surgeons in Mexico

With so many facilities to boast of, it might get hard to choose the best surgeons for knee replacement surgery in Mexico.

Our network of medical partners goes through a stringent process to ensure the highest quality standards for our American patients.

Quality Parameters | Mexico Knee Surgeons

Mexico Knee Surgeons – Quality Parameters

Moreover, our orthopedic surgeons in  Mexico have specific experience in handling the needs of American patients better.

This skill set comes from years of experience and familiarity with patient expectations.

Here we suggest the best five knee surgeons in Mexico who fulfill MTC’s quality parameters.

Knee Surgeon in Cancun, Mexico

Experience: Over 10 years
Expertise: Joint Reconstructive Surgery and Arthroscopy, treat any problem in the musculoskeletal system
Certification: Mexican Council of Orthopedics and Traumatology, AC
Procedures performed: 3000+

Knee Surgeon in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Expertise: Knee and hip replacement surgery, rotator cuff recovery surgery, meniscus surgery, cruciate ligament, surgical treatments.
Certification: AAOS, AANA, Mexican Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon (CMOT)
Success rate: 95%*

* Success rates are based on a self-assessment model of Surgical complications & any severe cases like death post-surgery.

Knee Surgeon in Tijuana, Mexico

Experience: Over 7 years
Expertise: Fracture repair and joint replacement, Multiple Orthopedic surgical procedures
Surgeries performed: 2000
Certification: Mexican Council of Orthopedics and Traumatology, AC
Success rate: 99.9%*

*Success rates are based on a self-assessment model of Surgical complications & any severe cases like death post-surgery.

Knee Surgeon in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Experience: Over 15 years
Expertise: Bone & Joint Surgeries; Wide experience in knee and shoulder arthroscopic surgery
Certification: AAOS, Mexican Council of Orthopedics and Traumatology, AC

Knee Surgeon in Puebla, Mexico

Experience: 10 years
Certification: AMCICO, Mexican Council of Orthopedics and Traumatology, AC
Expertise: Diagnosis and Treatment of Spinal diseases and conditions, orthp[edic procedures
Success rate: 90%**

* Success rates are based on a self-assessment model of Surgical complications & any severe cases like death post-surgery.

Top 5 Orthopedic Tourism Destinations in Mexico

Avail U.S standard services at our specialized partner clinics in the following locations.

1. Orthopedic Surgery in Cancun, Mexico

  • Cancun
  • How to Reach

Cancun is world-famous not only for its beaches but also for its shopping locales. The world-famous Chichen Itza is here.

Choose to explore a Catamaran cruise and explore the beautiful waterways here.

And don’t forget to try some Tequila! The World Heritage site, Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, is located here, close to Tulum.

Medical Tourism in Cancun

Non-stop Flight Times to Cancun From the U.S. Cities
Origin Cancun(CUN)
Houston (IAH) 2 hr 15 min
Dallas (DFW) 2 hr 40 min
Los Angeles (LAX) 4 hr 36 min
San Francisco (SFO) 5 hr 24 min

Reach Playa Del Carmen

To arrive at Playa Del Carmen, you can fly to Cancun Airport (CUN). From here you could reach Playa Del Carmen by car (1 hr) or Ferry-ride ( 40 mins)

2. Orthopedic Surgery in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

  • Puerto Vallarta
  • How to Reach

A well-known destination, Puerta Vallarta is famous for its beach clubs, pools, spas, and gyms. Here the Bars and Clubs are usually open till 3.00 am. The nightlife is vivid.

One can chance upon a food tour and explore the local cuisines of the city. Or explore a chocolate-making class.

Join a free walking tour, especially during the evenings, to get a taste of the local flavor.

Medical Tourism in Puerto Vallarta

Non-stop Flight Times to Puerto Vallarta From the U.S. Cities
Origin Puerto Vallarta(PVR)
Houston (IAH) 2 hr 26 min
Dallas (DFW) 2 hr 38 min
Los Angeles (LAX) 3 hr 0 min
San Francisco (SFO) 3 hr 46 min

3. Orthopedic Surgery in Tijuana, Mexico

  • Tijuana
  • How to Reach

Tijuana is very famous for its Lucha libre (wrestling matches). Since it is a heavily guarded border, Tijuana is very safe to travel to. Did you know that Caesar’s salad originated from this place?
Also well known as a retirement destination, Tijuana boasts of some of the best food joints and locales to visit.

Don’t miss the lobsters if you are a food geek!

Tijuana Cultural Center | Mexico Tourism

Nearest airport: Tijuana International Airport (TIJ)
Nearest American airport: San Diego International Airport (SAN)

Driving Time to Tijuana From US Cities
US City Duration
San Diego 30 min
Phoenix 5 hr 50 min
Los Angeles 2 hr 14 min
Las Vegas 5 hr 19 min

4. Orthopedic Surgery in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

  • Ciudad Juarez
  • How to Reach

Ciudad Juarez is a beautiful destination. It is perfectly safe to travel here.

But be prudent to travel much during the night hours and be aware of your surroundings.

It is advisable to use ATMs in bank branches during business hours. Though cases of credit card fraud happen, now and then, following basic security rules can help you remain safe and secure.

Medical Tourism in Juarez

Nearest airport: Ciudad Juarez International airport (CJS)
Nearest American airport: El Paso International airport (EPL)

Driving Time to Juarez from US Cities
US City Duration
Socorro, Texas 35 min 0 min
Sunland Park, New Mexico 35 min 0 min
Las Cruces, New Mexico 1 hr 10 min
Tucson, Arizona 5hr 0 min

5. Orthopedic Surgery in Puebla, Mexico

  • Puebla
  • How to Reach

Puebla, in its magical way, is a jewel from the yesteryears. It has incredible architecture and culinary treasures, which attract visitors from far and near.

The Art museums are a great draw. Enjoy the murals and the beautiful Cathedral de Puebla when you are there.

If you have an eye for artisan products and antiques, don’t miss Frog alley.

Medical Tourism in Puebla

Flight Time to Puebla From US Cities
Origin Puebla(PBC) Number of stops
Houston (IAH) 2 hr 14 min Non-stop
Atlanta (ATL) 5 hr 38 min Layover: Houston
Chicago(ORD) 5 hr 53 min Layover: Houston
Dallas (DFW) 6 hr 10 min Layover: Monterrey

If you are driving to Mexico, it is effortless. You can use your vehicle or rented car to travel across the US-Mexico border.

Some of the documents required to drive to Mexico include:

  • Passport book or card
  • Current driving license
  • Mexico tourist permit card
  • Current vehicle registration

Knee Replacement Clinic in Mexico – Patient Reviews

Meniscus Repair in Tijuana, Mexico

Patient’s Review

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 5.0 Stars (Google Reviews)

“Kind and attentive attention, he listened to my questions and answered without haste. Complying with security protocols from the entrance to the hospital.”

– Laura Solis

Laura Solis | Orthopedic Tourist in Mexico

Medical Trip to Mexico

Did you know that Mexico has as many as 500 beaches! Along with its coastlines, it is also known for ancient ruins, its vibrant culture, and tortillas!

Cancun is one of the most visited cities in Mexico, specially built as a resort destination. Some of the most luxurious and biggest resorts have their presence here.

Resort Destination | Cancun | Mexico

Medical Tourism Destination | Playa Del Carmen

Other locations of repute are Playa del Carmen, Cozumel Island, and the Mayan Riviera area.

One of the jewels of Mexico is Guanajuato, a UNESCO world heritage-listed city. Walking tours are famous here. Pottery lovers can find their fix at Puebla for its stunning Talavera pottery.

Medical Tourism Destination | Mayan Riviera, Mexico

Cozumel Island | Mexico Tourism

The cities of Puerto Vallarta and Cabo San Lucas have some of the best beaches. These locations are popular for diving, snorkeling, and fishing.

You can also enjoy the artifacts of the past among the numerous ancient ruins that dot the Mexican landscape. They stand as a proud reminder of Mexico’s cultural and historical background.

If you are a food lover, then Mexican cuisine is worth exploring! Don’t miss the world-famous Tacos, Enchiladas, and tortillas when you come here.

Mexican Cuisine

Mexico is a famous medical tourism destination with the best places to relax and chill. These destinations are well known for quality hospitals, the best hotels, and food.

FAQs About Knee Surgery in Mexico

Q. How much can I save on knee replacement surgery in Mexico compared to the US?

A. A total replacement in Mexico would cost around $7,000, compared to $50,000 in the USA.

Thus, traveling to Mexico for knee surgery can save more than 80% on the costs quoted back home.

Q. What is the cost of torn meniscus repair in Mexico?

A.The outpatient treatment, meniscus repair in Mexico costs $4,900, almost half of the US’ price.
The price varies based on the patient’s age, the severity and exact location of the injury, the presence of related injuries, and the chosen hospital.[14]Cost Helper Torn Meniscus Treatment Cost “Depending on the age of the patient, the severity and exact location of the injury, whether related injuries are present, and the hospital…” View in Article

Q. How do you pay for knee surgery in Mexico?

A. Our partner knee replacement medical centers in Mexico accept credit or debit cards, wire transfers, bank transfers, and PayPal.

Check here to know how to avoid surprise “Total Knee Replacement Surgery” Bills.

Q. Is knee replacement surgery covered by insurance?

A. Usually, knee replacement surgery is covered by health insurance when recommended by one’s doctor. Despite this, one may still be responsible for a high out-of-pocket cost.[15]Cost Helper How Much Does Knee Replacement Cost? “Knee replacement surgery usually is covered by health insurance if ordered by a doctor.” View in Article

Q. Why do self-paying patients seek knee replacement in Mexico?

A. Mexico’s reasonably priced knee surgery and highest standards of patient care prove to be a boon for all those uninsured patients who combat high treatment costs in their home country.[16]Newswire Self-paying Patients Seek Knee Replacement in Mexico: Mexico Health “…prove to be a boon for all those uninsured people unable to bear the expenses of an extremely high-priced surgery…reasonably-priced treatment and patient care of highest standards which act as a big draw for medical tourists.” View in Article

Mexico’s all-inclusive knee surgery package for the self-funded includes the surgeon’s fee, pre-operative stage, lab charges, and follow-up care.

Q. What is the safest knee replacement?

A. Of all standard orthopedic surgeries, a total knee replacement is the safest and most effective.[17]Healthline Knee Replacement: Your Surgical Options “A TKR is now among the safest and most effective of all standard orthopedic surgeries.” View in Article

Q. What is the average hospital stay for a knee replacement?

A. You will have to stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days after having a knee replacement.[18]Medline Plus Hip or knee replacement – in the hospital after “You will stay in the hospital for 2 to 3 days after having hip or knee joint replacement surgery.” View in Article

Did you find answers to all your questions? Feel free to connect with us.

Our team can help create a customized travel package for knee surgery in Mexico, considering your specific condition.

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