Orthopedics & Traumatology

You Do Not Have To Wait!

Discover the Solutions for Your Orthopedic Problems at Affordable Costs.

Lower costs, decreased waiting time, new technologies, and the expertise and experience of orthopedic surgeons in foreign destinations has created a boom in the number of individuals, especially the elderly, seeking treatment in Turkey.

With incredible advances in medical science being realized every year, orthopedic procedures are becoming less invasive - e.g. minimally-invasive arthroscopy, commonly known as keyhole surgery. Most patients traveling for orthopedic surgery seek to correct problems with their knees, shoulders, hips and spine.

Given that much orthopedic treatment is not regarded as urgent by the healthcare system in most of the western countries, a growing number of suffering people are turning to treatment abroad, taking advantage of the world's best healthcare facilities, for a fraction of the cost and without the excessive waiting times.

Having obtained a thorough and professional diagnosis from your local physician, you are now ready to explore the solutions available to you in Turkey.

Why choose Turkey and how much does knee replacement surgery cost at our Hospital?

- Turkey is one of the most preferred medical tourism destinations as it provides low cost Knee replacement surgery option both for national and international medical tourists.

- The cost of knee replacement surgery in Turkey is almost 1/5th of the cost that in UK, US and other developed countries.

- The chart below shows the cost comparison knee replacement surgery in Turkey and other countries.



Minimum   Price*

Maximum Price*


 $           45,000

 $          60,000


 $           18,000

 $          22,000


 $           12,000

 $          14,000


 $             9,000

 $          10,000


 $             7,000

 $          11,000

At our hospital in Turkey

                       $            5,500

 $      6,500-8,500

The cost of total knee replacement surgery will also vary from patient to patient, depending on factors such as age and medical history.


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