RESEARCHED AND MODIFIED BY VASU RANA.
Medical tourism refers to a foreign excursion made for the purpose of medical treatment. In early times, it used to be referred to the foreign trips made by ill people from the under-developed countries to well-developed countries for the advanced level health treatments. But now, people from well-developed countries also travel to developing countries for cheaper treatment options. Surgeries are most common medical treatments taken by patients in Medical Tourism. Other two most common treatments are Dental treatment and Fertility Treatment. People with rare conditions may travel to countries where the treatment is better understood. Medical tourism is also useful for infrequent medical conditions whose treatment is not available at home. In other words, medical tourism is the healthcare treatment taken by patient in abroad.