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    Affordable Knee Replacement and Hip Replacement
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    AbhikMoitra posted:
    All those patients who desperately need Knee Replacement and Hip Replacement to get over this unbearable daily pain but do not have the financial means of getting it done in US now can look at India.
    Many patient are now landing daily at destinations like New Delhi and Bangalore for a low cost remedy to get over this painful life.
    India not only offers world class hospitals, most advanced technology but has some of the world's most successful doctors (trust most of these are US board certified).
    So all those who cannot afford a replacement here must take a travel to India and get over with it.
    To get the best solutions one may look at the websites of www.surgicalsaving.com or simply put on their google bar "most affordable knee replacement surgery" to arrive at best options in India.
    It is time to "walk" towards a healthy life.
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    _swank_ responded:
    Lots of people have gone to India or any number of other countries for various kinds of surgery. It's nothing new. I can say there's no possible way I'd travel to a third world country for major surgery though, no matter how good the surgeons are. What happens three, six, 12 months later if you have complications? Who yuh gonna call? Not to mention the expense of getting there and back and staying there for however long it takes to recover. Plus the pain of traveling that far with a bum knee.


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