Q&A: How are your prices for Orthopaedic Surgery and Stem Cell Therapy so Cheap?
While the usual benefit of Medical Travel is to attain comparable treatment at a cheaper price, our selected hospitals and clinics were primarily selected on the basis of their advanced orthopaedic and stem cell technologies; some of which are still unavailable within the Australian health sector.
Operating as a doctor in Australia is expensive. SkyGen’s medical liaison has lectured to thousands of medical students at university over the last decade and greatly sympathises with the expenses these students face in the real world as Australian doctors. Some of these include the costs of ongoing education, registrations, indemnity and medical service insurances as well as the countless staffing and infrastructure overheads associated with running any medical practice in Australia. These staggering costs often necessitate a higher price for medical procedures in Australia, but these costs are not, in our opinion, the responsibility of everyday Australian patients to carry. Australian patients already have their own personal expenses related to their own businesses and families to worry about.
The medical options provided through SkyGen are in specially selected facilities around the world, with the perfect matching of global economy-facilitated affordability and impeccable medical quality. As a benefit for SkyGen clients, our preferred specialists have also undertaken postgraduate specialist training and fellowships in the United States of America, England and many other medically renowned countries.
*Please read: Although the information provided on this page may describe a particular patient experience and/or outcome, readers must understand that each patient presents with a unique medical history and may be recommended a different treatment/surgery by their surgeon to that described above. Individual results may vary between surgery centre/hospital, surgeon, surgery type and patient. Although SkyGen agrees to share all updates from patients at their request, SkyGen does not endorse any physical activities attempted by patients following surgery which do not follow the explicit instructions provided by their surgeon. SkyGen encourages all patients to discuss the risks of such activities with medical professionals before attempting these themselves.