10 Best Clinics for Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) in Philippines (w/Prices)
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Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center
MyMeditravel Apayao, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center
Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center
Languages spoken
English
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Premiere Medical Center
MyMeditravel Nueva Ecija, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Premiere Medical Center
Premiere Medical Center
Premiere Medical Center
Premiere Medical Center
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Aklan Baptist Hospital
MyMeditravel Aklan, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Aklan Baptist Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Butuan Doctors' Hospital
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Butuan Doctors' Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
MyMeditravel Benguet, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
MyMeditravel Bataan, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
Bataan Peninsula Medical Center
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Batanes General Hospital
MyMeditravel Batanes, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Batanes General Hospital
Batanes General Hospital
Batanes General Hospital
Batanes General Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
MyMeditravel Batangas, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
Jesus of Nazareth Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Angeles Medical Cente
MyMeditravel Pampanga, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
Angeles Medical Cente
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Davao Doctors Hospital
MyMeditravel Davao del Sur, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Davao Doctors Hospital
Davao Doctors Hospital
Davao Doctors Hospital
Davao Doctors Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Davao Regional Medical Center
MyMeditravel Davao del Norte, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
Davao Regional Medical Center
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Retuerma General Hospital
MyMeditravel Albay, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Retuerma General Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Phone in the room Phone in the room Private rooms for patients available Private rooms for patients available
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Saint Gabriel Medical Center
MyMeditravel Aklan, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Saint Gabriel Medical Center
Saint Gabriel Medical Center
Saint Gabriel Medical Center
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Philippine Orthopedic Institute
MyMeditravel Agusan del Norte, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Philippine Orthopedic Institute
Philippine Orthopedic Institute
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Languages spoken
English
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Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
MyMeditravel Metro Manila, Philippines
Price on request
Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Pedia Gastro in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Bangued Christian Hospital
MyMeditravel Abra, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Bangued Christian Hospital
Bangued Christian Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Family accommodation Family accommodation Free Wifi Free Wifi Interpreter services Interpreter services
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Lumbis Rances General Hospita
MyMeditravel Albay, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Lumbis Rances General Hospita
Lumbis Rances General Hospita
Languages spoken
English
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Cafe Cafe Free Wifi Free Wifi Mobility accessible rooms Mobility accessible rooms Parking available Parking available
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Casiguran District Hospital
MyMeditravel Aurora, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Casiguran District Hospital
Casiguran District Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Batangas Provincial Hospital
MyMeditravel Batangas, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Batangas Provincial Hospital
Batangas Provincial Hospital
Batangas Provincial Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Natalio Castillo Sr. Memorial Hospital
MyMeditravel Bohol, Philippines
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Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)
Natalio Castillo Sr. Memorial Hospital
Natalio Castillo Sr. Memorial Hospital
Natalio Castillo Sr. Memorial Hospital
Natalio Castillo Sr. Memorial Hospital
Languages spoken
English
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Everything you'll need to know about Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) in Philippines

What is the cost of Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) in Philippines?

The pricing for Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) in Philippines differs greatly due to a variety of considerations. Elements such as the surgeon's skills, the patient's medical condition complexity, charges from the hospital, anesthetic costs, and aftercare expenses all contribute to the overall expense of the procedure. The nature of the patient's health insurance coverage could also affect the final procedure cost. Importantly, the Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) cost in Philippines also encompasses aftercare expenses like physical therapy and medication. With all these aspects in mind, the Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) expense in Philippines can widely vary. To get a precise cost estimate, patients are advised to reach out to the clinic and respective surgeon.

What does a Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) Procedure Involve?

The patient is sedated by giving general or local anesthesia. A small incision is given to insert an arthroscope which is an instrument to view inside the joint cavity. After a complete inspection, an incision is given on the inner aspect of the knee. If the ligament is torn at its point of attachment to the femur or tibia, it is stitched or stapled together. It can even be stitched if it is torn in the middle. However, sometimes it is damaged to such an extent that replacement surgery is needed.

Hamstring tendons from your own body are grafted at its place. Sometimes tendons from a donor are employed. The donor's tendon is fixed at the same place where the medial collateral ligament used to be. It is placed there using staples, screws, or stitches which cannot be removed later on. After this procedure, incisions are sewn and a bandage is applied over it.

How Long Should I Stay in Philippines for a Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) Procedure?

It is not a lengthy surgery and requires only 1 to 1.5 hours. After this, your health condition is monitored for some time. When your vitals return to normal, you are shifted to a room. An overnight stay at the hospital is advised after which you are discharged. Even after being discharged, you have to visit your doctor on a regular basis for some time. You should plan to stay in Philippines for at least 14 days after your surgery, during this period, your wounds heal and stitches are removed. If dissolvable stitches are given, they will dissolve during this time. When you get better enough to go home, your doctors tell you to leave for home.

What's the Recovery Time for Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) Procedures in Philippines?

A medial collateral ligament tear can be of three degrees and each requiring a different length of time for recovery. In the case of knee ligament surgery, 6 months are needed for complete recovery. Office work can be started after 4 to 5 weeks. You can return to jogging 4 months after the surgery. 6 months are needed to get back to sports. Recovery time can even be prolonged to a year depending upon various factors such as your environment, diet, physical condition, etc. During the recovery period, you suffer from pain and inflammation for which medicines are prescribed

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) Procedures in Philippines?

Below are the aftercare instructions after you have been discharged from the hospital:

  • Do have regular check-ups until you are asked to stop by the doctor.
  • Take your medicines regularly, as and when prescribed by your physician. Avoid self-medication.
  • Eat healthy and nutritious food for quick recovery. Follow a diet plan made by an expert.
  • Wear knee cuffs to brace your knee. It will help you avoid unnecessary movement.
  • Use walking aids such as crutches and walkers for easy movement.
  • Do not live alone. Make sure a relative or a friend live with you to look after you.
  • Avoid taking a bath in the early few days. A wet bandage can be the cause of infection.
  • Keep your knee above the level of your feet by putting pillows below it.
  • Use ice packs to help you with swelling. These are very effective in reducing inflammation.
  • Start physiotherapy under expert supervision. It increases the pace of recovery.

What's the Success Rate of Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) Procedures in Philippines?

Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) outcomes can fluctuate based on a multitude of elements such as a patient's general well-being, age, injury severity, and commitment to aftercare guidelines. By and large, this operation has a robust triumph rate. Countless patients cite marked enhancements in knee steadiness and efficiency, diminished discomfort, and a bettered standard of living. For medial collateral ligament surgery, the success rate is reported to be 85% to 90%.

Infection and blood clot formation can be one of the causes of failed surgery. In case this operation fails, another surgery is performed. This is called a revision of replacement surgery. This works out but does not give as positive results as achieved by the first successful surgery. You are able to walk without pain. But you cannot do sports again. It might damage your ligament again making it difficult for you to walk. Give yourself time and care for better recovery and to prevent failure.

Are there Alternatives to Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) Procedures in Philippines?

Surgery should never be the first and foremost option. Consider other options before going through surgery. Consult your doctor to know if you need surgery or not. Following are some alternatives to knee ligament surgery:

  • Stem cell therapy: stem cells are extracted from different parts of your own body. These cells have the ability to differentiate into any kind of specialized cell. These are injected into the joint, where they regenerate torn fibers of medial collateral ligament. Pain and inflammation are considerably reduced and movement is increased.
  • Prolotherapy: an irritant such as dextrose is injected into the joint. It stimulates the regeneration of MCL fibers. The repair of ligament promotes joint movement.
  • Plasma rich platelets: growth factors are separated from platelets after centrifugation. These are injected into the joint. Growth factors stimulate the growth of the torn fibers, reducing pain and swelling.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Prior to the Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL), a scrupulous pre-operative evaluation is carried out, examining the overall health of the patient and the degree of the knee damage. This typically encompasses a systematic physical inspection, analysis of health records, and diagnostic procedures like x-rays, MRI scans, and blood screenings. Depending on these findings, the medical expert will devise a treatment strategy tailored to the patient's needs. Clear, honest dialogues with your health practitioner are crucial, to discuss any anxieties, sensitivities, or ongoing medications. 

Subsequent to the Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL), anticipate a brief stay in the hospital under the supervision of health experts. Directly after the process, the knee is typically stabilized with a brace, and pain relief medication is dispensed as necessary. An integral part of healing is physiotherapy, which typically inaugurates as soon after surgery as feasible. Frequent check-ups with the medical expert are priceless for assessing the recuperation progress and guaranteeing a triumphant recovery. Keep in mind that achieving full recovery and resuming regular activities may require several months, and tolerance is essential during this stage.

What are Potential Risks of Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL)?

Indeed, as with all types of surgical interventions, Knee Ligament Surgery (MCL) is not void of potential hazards. Uncommonly, potential problems may encompass infection, formation of blood clots, rigidity or lack of movement in the knee, as well as injury to nearby nerves and blood vessels. There's also a chance that the surgery may not succeed in fully reinstating knee stability, thereby requiring further treatment or another surgery. Consequently, it's essential to converse about these possible threats to your situation with your healthcare practitioner.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers

Update: 10/07/2023