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11 Safe Hospitals in India for Medical Treatment amidst COVID19

11 Safe Hospitals in India amidst COVID19 
To travel or not to travel? That is the question. Nowadays, medical tourists are anxiously checking government travel advisories almost daily, just to see whether their medical travel will be followed.Considering the recovery curves of some countries across the globe, many are tailoring strategies for the revival of medical tourism. As a first step, countries have established travel bubbles that are allowing many of the medical tourists to get affordable treatment abroad. India is not far behind in this context. A long-preferred destination for medical tourism, India was also hit badly by the pandemic. As discussed in our previous blog India opens its skies for medical tourists, many of the international travel restrictions have been eased. The Government of India has implemented SOPs and safety protocols across each stage of the patients' care continuum. As we discuss, India is actively serving many international patients who have trusted …

Best Tricks for Remaining Good-Looking After 50

Turning 50 comes with new changes and obstacles. Whether it’s seeing your children off to college or doubling up on annual health screenings with health insurance, there’s not much we can save ourselves from with the sands of time. Your physical appearance is part of this transformation. While everyone ages differently, we believe that the process should be embraced as a part of your journey. Read on for the best tricks to look and feel good about the new decade. Keep it Simple If you feel compelled to dress younger or go overboard in any way - stop! You can still dress well and have a fun wardrobe after 50; it's a matter of knowing what suits you. Invest in staples, timeless pieces that’ll never go out of fashion. Play With Colors, Not AccessoriesAnother common mistake is wearing big statement jewelry. Don't be afraid of color, but sleek, polished looks with dainty necklaces are sophisticated. Shape up With ShapewearDressing well means dressing for your body type. Investing i…

India Opens Its Skies for International Patients

India Opens Its Skies for International PatientsIsn't this a great news?Indeed, it is!!!!!! After months of a long waiting period, our beloved medical tourists can take a sigh of relief. We know it has been a heck of a ride. A period that was traumatising yet self-introspecting. This Covid-19 pandemic has tested our patience and indeed taught us a lot.Well, now that the entire world is coping up, so is INDIA. Finally, India has opened its skies for International Patients. With all the protocols in place, India is all set to receive medical travellers from a few countries that the government has allowed. Moreover, patients from the neighbouring countries who fell under the emergency category have already starting travelling to India on medical grounds.Medical Travel to India amidst CovidWe, at IndiCure, assure you to provide the safest and the highest quality medical tourism services. All you need to do is read this blog carefully if you are looking for affordable yet quality medic…

Joint Care During COVID-19

Joint Care during COVID-19Are you waiting for or recovering from a joint replacement surgery?If yes, then this is what you can do at home for your joint care.Many elective surgeries such as joint replacements are being postponed during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Considering the situation, hospital staff and resources are being made available for patients affected by the virus. Social distancing is to be practised and people are being asked to avoid clinics and hospitals unless there's an emergency. But what can you do to take care of your painful joints during this period?Whether you are waiting to have an elective joint replacement, or you are recovering from surgery at home, IndiCure has come up with few ways to improve your joint health on your own. Let's discover more!Is your surgery delayed?Painful joints can hamper your daily activities. Moreover, at this time there is a lack of physical activity. All you can do is taking your medications to manage the painful j…