Migraine Surgery - Ambulatory

Price USD

$6,400

Location

Puebla, MX.

About the Treatment

Migraine in a disease of the central nervous system, which presents with recurrent headaches, pulsatile, disabling, accompanied by symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light or sound, among others.


A surgery to decrease or eliminate migraine is indicated in patients who no longer respond to treatment.


It consists of a minimally invasive technique for the decompression of any of the trigger points that initiate pain due to nervous irritation, distributed in four peripheral areas of the head (frontal, temporal, occipital and nasoseptal).

  • One videoconference consultation

  • Face-to-face consultation

  • Pre-surgical assessment

  • Perform surgery

  • Personalized follow-up in hotel for 4 days after hospital discharge.

  • Hospital room for external surgery

  • Use of operating room for 3.5 hours with intravenous anesthesia

  • Recovery room

  • Transfer for 2 people Airport – Hotel – Airport in compact car with 1 hour of waiting.

  • 2 nights of accommodation before, and 7 after hospitalization in hotel of chosen category (5*) in single or double room (without meals)

  • 4 days of compact car available for 8 hours, for local transfers in Puebla and Cholula

  • Taxes

Included

  • Other procedures not described in the package. 

  • Complication expenses. 

  • Stay in intensive or intermediate therapy units. 

  • Blood transfusions

  • Additional days to those established

  • Unspecified studies

  • Extra nights of accommodation

  • Extra people for transfer or accommodation

  • Meals or personal expenses

  • Any other NOT mentioned in "Included

Not Included

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