Nashik is the medical hub for international tourists for the following medical treatments
Nashik was known as Kishkinda even before Ramayana period. The city has historical, mythological, social and cultural importance. Nashik is located on the banks of the Godavari River, making it one of the holiest places for Hindus worldwide. Nashik has a rich historical past, goes as the mythology has it that Lord Rama, the King of Ayodhya, made the city his abode during his 14 years in exile. Additionally, Lord Laxman cut the nose of "Shurpnakha" by the wish of Lord Rama at the same place. Therefore, this city was named as "Nashik".
The Nasik inscription speaks of king Madhuriputra Ishvarasena, the Abhir as well as a son of Shiva Datta. This dynasty originated in AD 249-50 called Chedi or Kalachuri in later times.
In Nashik, the Medical Tourism refers to patients going to a different country for either urgent or elective medical procedures. The particularly opted services are the complex specialised surgeries like cardiac or dental surgery, joint replacement, and cosmetic surgeries. The factors that have led to the fame of medical travel include the high cost of health care, the long wait times for specific procedures, and the improvements in technology and standards of care in most countries. The city has its own quality of health care system along with well-facilitated health devices that include specialised clinics.
Public transport can be used to reach anywhere in the city. Apart from that, you can find a wide array of private buses as well....