Orthopedics Surgery in Iran with the best surgeons,
offered in all-inclusive packages at fair prices.
Thinking about having Orthopedics surgery in Iran? That’s why we are here for you to offer affordable all-inclusive packages. So, sit back and tell us all you would like to have on your trip. The price of Orthopedics surgery packages is determined by the experience and proficiency of the doctor, type of hotel, and other services you wish to receive.
clinic and doctor visits, laboratory tests, medical photography, Orthopedics surgery in hospital, post-operative care, medicines, recovery, and follow-up
• Treatment Visa (T-Visa)
visa authorization code. (Note that there is a seperate visa fee that the patient must pay when receiving the visa, which it is not part of this package.)
• Pick-up & Transfer
airport pick-up, private transfer from hotel to clinic/hospital and vice versa, airport drop-off
five- or three-star hotel (of the patient’s choice) near the clinic or hospital
• Other Services
24-hour on-call assistance, interpreter, SIM card and internet
Why choose Iran for a Orthopedics surgery?
Orthopedics is one of the most developed fields of medicine in Iran. This country not only offers high-quality treatments but also the cost of such treatments is remarkably more reasonable compared to other countries. This has created an opportunity for orthopedic patients from other countries, especially neighboring nations, to travel to Iran to receive major orthopedic treatments such as arthroplasty or joint replacement surgery at affordable prices.
Is Iran the best choice for my surgery?
When thinking about having surgery, the qualification and expertise of the surgeons besides high-quality services and affordable prices are the most important things that come to our mind. Iran as one of the leading countries in medical science is where you can have all these options altogether. Plus, Iran by its unique and historical culture will add more value to your trip. So, do not hesitate and reserve your medical package today.
Why Pars Health Tour?
Pars Health Tour, with its network of experts, specialized hospitals, Clinics, as well as tourism agencies, will facilitate the acceptance process for you and provide the medical services upon your needs and request.
We arrange all the process of selecting the best surgeon and hospital, getting a visa for Iran, booking flight and accommodations, picking you up from the airport, transferring you to your hotel and hospital, assigning a personal interpreter to you to help you communicate with your doctor, and providing post-operative care and consultation.
How much does it cost?
The total price of your packages highly depends on the different options. Based on the doctor, hospital and clinic’s fees, and other factors, the total price of your package will be determined. But as a general rule, you can make sure that Iran has the best prices to offer you its high-quality health services. To know more about the different options and the price of your weight loss package please click here.
How can Pars Health tour help me to arrange my trip?
All you need to do is sending us a request for your medical package through one of our communication channels (online form, WhatsApp, email, online chat, etc.). Soon, we will reach you out and help you to find all the needed information regarding your package. After selecting all the options you would like to have in your package, your personal coordinator sets an online doctor’s visit for you. Your surgeon may ask you for some photos to quote the exact price. It will also help him/her to offer you the best medical package. After that, we will do all the arrangements for you.
What is Orthopedics?
Orthopedics is the field of medicine that focuses on surgery on, or manipulation of, the musculoskeletal system. The surgical specialty was originally focused on developmental deformities and the effects of polio in children, but today it has expanded significantly to address all the conditions and diseases affecting the musculoskeletal system in individuals of all ages.
Orthopedic conditions can be treated operatively and nonoperatively with medications, physical therapy, exercise, alternate therapies or by a host of surgical procedures, including some that are minimally invasive and thus less traumatic to the body than traditional open surgery.
The overall goal of orthopedic treatments is to preserve or restore the musculoskeletal system.
Physicians whose practices are focused on orthopedics are called orthopedic surgeons, although not all of them perform surgery. An orthopedic surgeon is qualified to diagnose and manage or treat musculoskeletal system problems that affect the bones and soft tissue (ligaments, tendons) in the body. Furthermore, an orthopedist can recommend rehabilitation methods to patients that may enhance the effect of their treatments. He or she can also provide effective orthopedic education and guidance to patients regarding the prevention of orthopedic injuries and diseases.
Also involved in the field of orthopedics and the delivery of orthopedic health care are several other highly trained professionals, including nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants specially trained in orthopedics; pain and physical medicine physicians; sports trainers; and physical therapists.
Clinical and basic science researchers worldwide continue to add to the knowledge of current and new orthopedic treatments to treat problems with the musculoskeletal system and help patients regain their normal activity level and lifestyle.
According to applications for board certification from 1999 to 2003, the top 25 most common procedures (in order) performed by orthopedic surgeons are as follows
- Knee arthroscopy and meniscectomy
- Shoulder arthroscopy and decompression
- Carpal tunnel release
- Knee arthroscopy and chondroplasty
- Removal of support implant
- Knee arthroscopy and anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
- Knee replacement
- Repair of femoral neck fracture
- Repair of trochanteric fracture
- Debridement of skin/muscle/bone/fracture
- Knee arthroscopy repair of both menisci
- Hip replacement
- Shoulder arthroscopy/distal clavicle excision
- Repair of rotator cuff tendon
- Repair fracture of radius (bone)/ulna
- Repair of ankle fracture (bimalleolar type)
- Shoulder arthroscopy and debridement
- Lumbar spinal fusion
- Repair fracture of the distal part of radius
- Low back intervertebral disc surgery
- Incise finger tendon sheath
- Repair of ankle fracture (fibula)
- Repair of femoral shaft fracture
- Repair of trochanteric fracture
Frequently Asked Questions
About Orthopedics Surgery
Check out the complete list of questions about Orthopedics Surgery
There’s no precise formula for determining when you should have a knee replacement. But if you’re having trouble getting up to answer the phone or walk to your car, you may be a candidate. A thorough examination by an orthopedic surgeon should yield a recommendation. It might also be beneficial to receive a second opinion.
For some, lifestyle modifications, physical therapy, medication, or alternative treatment methods such as acupuncture and prolotherapy (which involves injecting fluid to strengthen connective tissue) can help manage knee problems.
Also, you may want to speak to your surgeon about other procedures that are commonly recommended before resorting to knee replacement surgery, including steroid or hyaluronic acid injections and arthroscopic surgery that addresses the damaged cartilage. However, delaying or declining a necessary knee replacement could result in a less favorable outcome.
The surgeon will make an incision on the top of your knee in order to expose the damaged area of your joint. The standard incision size can be as long as 10 inches, but a minimally invasive procedure can result in incisions as short as 4 inches.
During the operation, the surgeon moves your kneecap aside and cuts away damaged bone and cartilage, which are then replaced with new metal and plastic components. The components combine to form a synthetic (but biologically compatible) joint that mimics the movement of your natural knee. Most knee replacement procedures take 1.5 to 2 hours to complete.