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Cayman Spine Institute to exhibit at 5th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress

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The MTA welcomes Cayman Spine Institute as an exhibitor at the 5th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress. Be sure to stop by their booth to learn more about this top notch medical tourism destination.

About Cayman Spine Institute

The mission of Cayman Spine Institute is to provide world-class spine surgery with top American spine surgeons, utilizing cutting-edge technology at a private hospital on Grand Cayman.

http://caymanspineinstitute.com/


Cayman Spine Institute offers technologies and procedures approved by the FDA and the European Union (EU). There are many medical devices and medications that have been in use in Europe for years that have been proven safe and effective, but are not available in the U.S. because of the long and expensive process it takes to get FDA approval.

Cayman Spine Institute provides world class care from top quality spine surgeons, utilizing progressive procedures approved by European Union and more traditional American FDA-approved techniques.

All Cayman Spine Institute spine surgeons are U.S.-trained and board certified Neurosurgeons and Orthopedic Spine Surgeons specializing in less invasive and minimally invasive spine procedures.

To learn more about how to promote your medical tourism destination please contact Global Congress Manager Cristina Cardona Cristina@MedicalTourismCongress.com.

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