Ludhiana is the medical hub for international tourists for the following medical treatments
Ludhiana is not only a city but also a municipal corporation in Punjab. As of 2011 Census, Ludhiana is the largest city in the state, with the population of 1,618,879. The population substantially increases during the harvesting season as the migration of labourers from the eastern states such as Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Bihar. It has an area of about 3,767 square km. Ludhiana stands on the Sutlej River's old bank, 13 km south of its present course. The city is a major industrial centre of northern India, and also it was referred as India's Manchester by the BBC.
Ludhiana attracts tourists with its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty from far and wide. It’s also a hotspot for global medical tourists owing to its excellent medical facilities and world-class infrastructure. In fact, this city is known as the NRI district of Punjab as a large percentage of the natives are settled in places such as Australia, Canada, USA, and the UK. Moreover, this NRI population comprises a huge section of the medical tourists who visit Ludhiana every year. Apart from the NRIs, Ludhiana medical tourism also sees an influx of foreign tourists from many countries in the Middle East, Europe, and Africa.
One of the crucial attractive features of Ludhiana is the availability of the latest treatment technology in cancer, which is known as Cryotron Therapy. Apart from this treatment, there are many other treatments such as brain surgeries and hip replacement therapies are...