Timely Medical Alternatives has been providing timely surgery to Canadian patients for the past 20 years. We work with over 20 facilities throughout Canada and USA, offering up to 80% discount on customary hospital pricing.
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The first step is to get in contact with one of our team members to discuss your situation. During this discussion, we will ask you what, if any, diagnostics you have and what your doctor has told you so far. At that point, we will be able to give you a no-obligation quote & timeline for your surgery.
If you would like to get an assessment of your diagnostics, we will get you to send us a complete package so that we can show them to a surgeon. Depending on which surgery you are in need of, this package will include an MRI, X-Ray, Ultrasound, CT Scan, or some other type of diagnostic testing.
Once we’ve received your package of diagnostics, we will show them to the appropriate surgeon for a no-cost/no-obligation assessment. Upon reviewing your diagnostics, the surgeon will be able to tell whether or not you are a candidate for surgery.
If the surgeon determines that you are a candidate for surgery, we will work on scheduling you in for a consultation that fits with both yours, and the surgeon’s, schedule. At that consultation, the surgeon will go over everything that was seen while reviewing your diagnostics. He will ask you some questions, as well as answer any questions that you may have. If you are both comfortable with all aspects, then we will move on to scheduling surgery.
We try our best to schedule the consultation & surgery within a day or two of each other so that out-of-town patients don’t have to make multiple trips. In most cases we are able to do this, however it cannot be guaranteed.
Prior to the day of your surgery, you will be given instructions of what to do in the 24 hours leading up to your surgery. This may involve changes in diet, as well as pre-op medications to take.
Since the process varies depending on which surgery you are looking for, we will be able to better explain the day-of-surgery procedure after your consultation.