Spinal tumors treatment in Thailand
Thailand
2,081 patients are sent for treatment

Spinal tumors treatment in Thailand

➤ Spinal tumors treatment in Thailand ➤ 3 clinics Addresses $ Prices for treatments and diagnostics ☺ 11 reviews ✎ Make an appointment ✉ 2,081 patients are sent for treatment

of all cases of malignant tumors of the CNS spinal cord tumors comprise 15%. Less frequently they develop in the elderly, mainly affecting patients between 20 to 55 years.

the Main problem of diagnosis is that tumors initially develop without symptoms. But then they cause unbearable pain and paralysis, as beginning to put pressure on the spinal cord. Only an experienced neurosurgeon is able to perform the resection of tumors without damaging the spinal cord.

Tumors of the spinal cord is a cluster of atypical cells that develop from brain matter or tissue adjacent to the spinal cord. The complexity of the disease is determined based on the type of tumor, its location and size, and presence of metastases.

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We found 3 clinics specialized in spinal tumors with cumulative rating
4,3
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!
Bangkok Hospita specialised on treatment spinal tumors
One of the largest hospitals in Thailand, the quality of services provided at the clinic complies with the most stringent international standards.
Contact clinic
+7 499 348 2738 (free)
English speaking staff

We found 3 clinics specialized in Neurosurgery in Thailand

Reviews
Good evening, my name is Kayrat, i'm from Kyrgyzstan(Central Asia ), and i have charcot marie tooth disease. I wonder to know, if there is any treatment or any chance to win this disease? Is it possible?
Kayrat
Too much bureaucracy - less care for patients.This is review is specifically addressed to international services and not doctors at Heidelberg.A friend of mine recommended to consult with Heidelberg Hospital about surgery and possible treatment. I inquired their international services more than two weeks ago and instead of referring my request to the appropriate doctor for the consultation they drowned my request in bureaucratic procedures asking for translations irrelevant documents.I was able to get second opinion for clinics in Israel and the US in less than two days and talked to doctors directly there. So if you are an international patient I don’t recommend consulting with Heidelberg - you would lose precious time and efforts.
Artem
A year ago I had an accident. The result has received a severe spinal injury. In the hospital said that it is necessary to put the pins, but I completely crumbled vertebra. We are talking about the fact that it is necessary to put a titanium implant, but since it's the spine, I was "advised" that if you want to go it is better to do it in foreign clinics. Clinic of Bonn - this is the option when the price of a treatment is fully justified. I'm still going through rehabilitation. But I understand that to apply to this clinic was the right decision.
Oleksy
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