Dr. A.K Venkatachalam is an orthopedic surgeon from Chennai, India. He deals with ceramic hip, knee and shoulder replacements and also offers stem cell treatments for cartilage and bone. In this episode, you will learn about one of his patients who needed a key hole surgery for his knee and asked his help since the patient did not have any insurance coverage. Find out more how Dr. Venkatachalam is able to provide individual care and how he further improves on his skills and knowledge to benefit patients needing his services.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- About the success story of Dr. Venkatachalam’s patients who recently had a knee surgery.
- About Dr. Venkatachalam’s specialization and qualifications as an orthopedic surgeon
- How he deals on the safety aspect when performing a procedure towards his patients
- About the after care treatment he provides his patients
- How much a patient saves for a certain procedure in his clinic compared that of in the US and other European countries
- About the longevity and durability of the hip replacement procedures.
- How Dr. Venkatachalam has regarded India as a country with high quality care and not as a third world country alone.
- Dr. Venkatachalam’s website
- International Patients’ Testimonials
- MJRC Global Talk Interview
- MJRC Facebook page
- LinkedIn profile
- Twitter account
- Youtube account
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- USA Contact Number: +1 402 201 2140
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
Dubai Plans to Build the World’s First Temperature-Controlled City
“This month Dubai announced grandiose plans to build “the world’s first temperature-controlled city, Mall of the World” in the Al Sufouh district.”
“Developers Dubai Holding estimate that the decadelong project, which does not yet have a start date, will require $6.8 billion in funding.”
“If all goes as planned, the self-contained shopping and entertainment complex will include a Broadway-style theater district, a pedestrian walkway modeled on Barcelona’s Las Ramblas, a 4.3-mile retail network of roads based on London’s Oxford Street, 20,000 hotel rooms, underground parking, an indoor family theme park, and a “wellness district” catering to medical tourists.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.