Chronic fatigue syndrome treatment in Thailand
Thailand
1,255 patients are sent for treatment

Chronic fatigue syndrome treatment in Thailand

➤ Chronic fatigue syndrome treatment in Thailand ➤ 5 clinics Addresses $ Prices for treatments and diagnostics ☺ 24 reviews ✎ Make an appointment ✉ 1,255 patients are sent for treatment

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We found 5 clinics specialized in chronic fatigue syndrome with cumulative rating
4,7
The clinic is certified by:Joint Commission International (JCI) is the biggest and most well-known hospital accreditation provider on the international market
Best choice!
Bumrungrad International Hospital specialised on treatment chronic fatigue syndrome
The first hospital in Asia which is received Joint Commission International (JCI) certificate. The clinic provides a full range of superior health services, including dentistry.
Get in touch with the clinic
+7 499 348 2738 (free)
English speaking staff
The clinic is certified by:Joint Commission International (JCI) is the biggest and most well-known hospital accreditation provider on the international market
Reliable alternative!
Bangkok Hospita specialised on treatment chronic fatigue syndrome
One of the largest hospitals in Thailand, the quality of services provided at the clinic complies with the most stringent international standards.
Get in touch with the clinic
+7 499 348 2738 (free)
English speaking staff

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Reviews
Hallo, I was only 17 and was diagnosed with Meningitis/TB. It was many years ago but I recall that I was well taken care of for the 3 months I was hospitalized in the Uni Clinic. I was born and raised in Burgbernheim, which is about 45 minutes from Wuerzburg, my family could only visit me on Weekends. However I remember that I was well taken care of by the staff. I spend a little over 3 months there and although I have traumatic memories about the illness I have fond memories of the staff. We, me and some other kids, used to take the tunnel to the Cafeteria
The diagnosis of epilepsy, was put to me half a year ago. It all started with the fact that I have often twitch the eyelids and dizzy. But I chalked it up to chronic fatigue from a stressful job. But I continued working because I wanted to finalize before retirement. But the frequent failures in some strange state, almost brought up the fact that in our factory, I almost ruined expensive equipment. I had good insurance from our company (in connection with the work on the most dangerous trade) and I decided to consult a neurologist. The neurologist did not really say, prescribed a sedative and sent home. After a couple of months I started having these seizures. My job was dangerous! And my Director with whom I had a good relationship, literally forced me to apply to the Hadassah Medical center. He was treated there once. Insurance would almost cover the treatment. Now I am receiving treatment from Dr. Reches. The seizures became less, dizziness is not so often I have come, and in general, began to feel better. And in general, having been here a few months, I have seen so successfully treated people who came here without any hope. But here they were able to help me, what was very refreshing!
My little niece was treated in the division of EEG studies and epilepsy of the Israeli Assuta hospital, which is headed by Professor Neufeld, Miri. I do not want to go into details of the treatment process, as we were all very upset by the illness of the little Sarah, but thanks God and doctors – neurologists of the clinic, our baby recovered.
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