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Affordable Endoscopy Procedures in Tijuana

A SCOPE FOR ME

Cutting-edge Medical Equipment at J.L. Prado

Preventative health care redefined: J.L. Prado’s colonoscopy services offer early identification of colorectal conditions, using innovative camera technology for thorough internal examinations.

Expert diagnostician demonstrating endoscopic equipment before endoscopy

At the heart of J.L. Prado Surgical Center lies our esteemed “A Scope For Me” program, an embodiment of our unwavering dedication to the early detection and treatment of digestive diseases. With a legacy of excellence, our center has become a beacon of hope for patients seeking comprehensive digestive health services.

Our team of medical professionals is committed to providing personalized care, utilizing the latest advancements in endoscopic and colonoscopic technology. We believe that everyone deserves access to high-quality medical care, which is why we have tailored our services to be as inclusive and affordable as possible, without compromising on quality.

Why Us?

Specialized Center for Endoscopy and Colonoscopy Procedures

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Precision Diagnostics

Our center is at the forefront of gastrointestinal health, providing precise diagnostic services with the latest endoscopic technology. Our experts use high-resolution cameras to deliver accurate findings, ensuring a detailed understanding of your digestive health for tailored treatment plans.

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Compassionate Care

At the core of “A Scope For Me” is our commitment to compassionate care. Our dedicated professionals understand the importance of a supportive experience during endoscopic procedures, offering a patient-centric approach that prioritizes your comfort and well-being every step of the way.

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Trusted Expertise

“A Scope For Me” is your trusted partner in digestive health, bringing together a team of renowned specialists. Our experts are certified and experienced in advanced endoscopic and colonoscopic techniques, ensuring you receive care from professionals you can trust.

FAQ

1.- What should I expect during my first endoscopy?
During your first endoscopy, you will be given a sedative to help you relax. A thin, flexible tube with a camera at the end, called an endoscope, will be gently inserted through your mouth to examine your digestive tract. The procedure typically lasts between 15 to 30 minutes, and you’ll need to rest at the clinic until the sedative wears off.

2.-What should international patients know about traveling to your center for medical procedures?

For international patients seeking medical procedures at JL Prado, we offer comprehensive support to ensure a smooth and stress-free experience. Our medical tourism program includes assistance with travel arrangements, accommodations, and language translation services. We ensure that all medical equipment and procedures meet global standards and our staff is trained to provide care that adheres to the highest international protocols. Before traveling, patients should consult with our coordinators to understand the pre-visit requirements, recovery times, and any necessary follow-up care. 

3.- Are there any risks associated with endoscopic procedures?
Endoscopic procedures are generally safe, but like all medical procedures, there are some risks involved. These can include reactions to the sedative, bleeding, and puncture of the stomach or colon wall. However, such complications are rare, and the procedures are considered highly safe when performed by experienced professionals.

4.- How long does it take to recover from an endoscopy or colonoscopy?
Recovery from an endoscopy or colonoscopy is typically quick. Most patients can go home the same day, although they may feel a bit groggy from the sedative. It’s advised to take it easy for the rest of the day and avoid driving or operating heavy machinery. Normal activities can usually be resumed the following day.

5.-Will I feel pain during an endoscopy or colonoscopy?
Most patients do not feel pain during these procedures due to the sedatives used. You may feel some discomfort or pressure, but severe pain is uncommon. If you experience any pain, it’s important to notify the medical staff immediately. After the procedure, some mild cramping or bloating may occur, which usually subsides quickly.

Cutting-edge Medical Equipment at J.L. Prado

Healthcare professional getting ready for tissue sampling

Affordable Endoscopy Procedures

COLONOSCOPY

A medical procedure in which a flexible tube with a camera is inserted into the rectum to examine the large intestine for abnormalities, such as polyps or tumors, enabling early detection and prevention of colorectal diseases.


$450 USD

ENDOSCOPY

A medical procedure in which a thin, flexible tube with a camera is used to examine and visualize the interior of organs such as the digestive tract or airways. It helps diagnose and treat various conditions and diseases.


$350 USD

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