• Glenn Wilson
    Qroo Paul: Carolyn is originally from Canada and has suffered from knee pain for many years. She saw an orthopedist in Canada who gave her a cortisone shot that relieved the pain, at least temporarily. When the pain returned, she returned to her primary care doctor and was given another referral to an orthopedist. The earliest appointment that she could get was three months later.

    When that appointment finally rolled around, the orthopedist recommended a knee replacement and scheduled it for January of 2021. That’s not a typo, folks, I meant to write 2021.

    Looking for a Better Solution in Old Mexico
    We know Carolyn because she’s a member of our expat community and divides her time between Canada and Mexico. When she returned following the disappointing news from the orthopedist, she decided to see what Mexico had to offer and contacted the Arthros Centro de Ortopedia y Traumatología in Playa del Carmen. She was able to get an appointment the same day and was examined Dr. Omar J. Garcia Contreras. That was on October 22, 2019.

    Pay close attention to the timeline as we move through the rest of the story. ...

    Continue reading Qroo Paul at Have Surgery for Free in Canada in 2021 or Pay to Have It Now in Mexico? Our Friend’s Decision… More #QrooPaul.

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