London, United Kingdom, May 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Poland is rapidly emerging as a popular destination for patients seeking breast-reduction, as many women find the cost of the procedure prohibitively high at private clinics in the United Kingdom, and are subjected to long waiting lists for the procedure on the NHS.
Women consider breast reduction surgery for a number of reasons: back, neck and shoulder pain, and irritations from bra straps digging into the skin. Issues related to body-image and self-esteem may also prompt a patient to opt for breast reduction surgery. Yet for many patients in the United Kingdom, breast-reduction surgery can be prohibitively expensive. While the procedure is available on the NHS in certain cases, there is often a long waiting list which can prolong the pain and discomfort.
By travelling to Poland, where the procedure can be carried out by highly skilled surgeons operating in world-class private clinics, patients can save thousands of pounds on their breast reduction procedure. Speaking from StatMedica’s Warsaw office, managing partner, Lukasz Liese said: “Even once the cost of flights and accommodation has been taken into consideration, it still makes sense for patients to travel to Poland for breast reduction surgery. The surgeons that we work with are very experienced in carrying out this procedure on patients from the United Kingdom and Ireland and patients are always delighted with the results.”
Head of StatMedica's London operations, Alison Hope added, “StatMedica has gained its reputation for being the trusted partner for surgery in Poland, by providing a personalised service and understanding the needs of patients travelling to Poland for breast reduction surgery.”
StatMedica assists patients in selecting a suitable clinic, and can provide local support in Poland: from translation and interpreter services to 24-hour care by a qualified healthcare professional. Patients looking to find out more about surgery in Poland are advised to consult StatMedica.com the portal dedicated to private healthcare in Poland or to contact Alison Hope on +44 780 571 5527.
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