Medical tourism in Romania:
The new Romanian rich and also foreign patients are increasingly attracted to the spa treatments or thalassotherapy, based in Bucharest or at the Black Sea.
The investors have spent millions of euros in brand new buildings with Eastern decoration or art deco, which now offer Romanians a refinement of which they were deprived during half a century of communism. Relaxation, exoticism… Romanians love to experience it all. They really appreciate Asian massages and scented oils. The spa tourism business is profitable, because customers, increasingly numerous, are bewitched by relaxing techniques.
Medical tourism in Venezuela:
Medical tourism in Venezuela is directed towards medical tourism related to cosmetic surgery procedures. But the good cannot be hidden and the country began to have requests from patients for complex procedures, in interventional cardiology, neurosurgery, assisted reproduction, obesity surgery, ophthalmic surgery, including corneal transplantation, cardio, surgery robotics and minimally invasive surgery, Gamma Knife for inoperable in the normal way, Parkinson treatment.
In recent years it has become fashionable to turn to aesthetic tourism, which is about to combine vacation with operations or treatments to improve the face or body appearance. It is a mode that allows the person returning from vacation feeling refreshed, in the strictest sense of the word and Venezuela is also one of the highlights in this new type of tourism destinations. In principle, the aesthetic tourism was reserved for the rich and famous, but several companies gradually realized how profitable it would be to offer this innovative service to a larger segment of the public, and they created such plans into more affordable deals.
Furthermore, hot springs tourism is an important reason for attracting groups. The hot springs arouse much interest in the influence they have on health. They are highly recommended to relieve ailments locomotives, slimming, detoxifying and attack cellulite, fatigue and stress. In Venezuela there are many hot springs, but few are exploited for tourism.
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