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PHYSIOTHERAPY SPORTS GYM
   
  Medical tourism is taken up by tourist to get healthy soon at a place far off from home. Medical Tourism is preferred by people who are looking for a cost effective treatment or quality treatment for their ailment in a different country earlier this was the case earlier. But the trend has changed, and people are looking for places that offer a lot from a tourist perspective. This brought the spotlight to India. In India, there is not just low cost quality treatment but there are beautiful places to see.

Among many Indian states, Andhra Pradesh is slowly getting hold of the top position. The state has always been a favored place for people coming for rejuvenation through yoga and Ayurveda. Today it is noticed by majority that major surgeries here saved them almost half of what they would have to pay for the same surgery in their own country. Most modern equipments, experienced doctors and staff, home like environment, great nursing and effective post treatment services are some other factors that allure tourists to Andhra Pradesh. Take up Medical tourism in Andhra Pradesh and you will not find a better way of enjoying your new found health. Our center frequently treats patients from overseas. Many patients from Middle East, South East Asian countries have been operated here. Many Indians working abroad as well as NRIs come here to combine the treatment and visit to family and friends.
 
Patients can email us about their problems along with the investigations. Based on the transaction we can arrive at a likely diagnosis and treatment. Following arthroscopic surgery (if required), the recovery is quick and the patients are able to manage on their own from the second day. There are good hotels near the hospital for post op recuperation outside the hospital. More than 50 % of our patients are from outside Andhra pradesh.

Because, arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgery, the recovery from surgery is fast. Patients are fit to travel on 2nd or 3rd day after surgery .Patient is allowed to walk on the next day with help of crutches. A detailed physiotherapy programme is given to the patients on discharge. All the exercises are done by the patients themselves and there is no need for any supervised physiotherapy after discharge. Patients are welcome to contact us by phone or email if they have any doubts or inconvience

We provide our patients and their attendants with the extra comfort of providing them with a travel agent who can deliver the tickets in your hospital room and guide you with tourism options in Hyderabad.
 
  Stay at Hyderabad – make it at your comfort
 
Hyderabad being the capital city of Andhra Pradesh , has some of the most luxurious hotels in Andhra Pradesh weather you are a business traveler or a leisure tourist, hotels are located in and around the city center making it convenient for the guests to reach the hotels and to commute to any part of the city without any trouble. Along with many world class hotels there are budget hotels as well that add to the choices. Details of a few of those at the vicinity of our hospital have been listed
 
Taj Krishna, Hyderabad - five star rating     
    Road No. 1. Banjara Hills, Hyderabad - 500 034, Andhra Pradesh, India.
    Tel: (91-40) 66662323. Fax: (91-40) 66661313
     
Taj Deccan, Hyderabad - five star rating     
    Road No. star rating 1, Banjara hills Hyderabad - 500 034. Andhra Pradesh, India
    Tel: (91-40) 66663939. Fax: (91-40) 66661070
     
NKM's Grand Hotel - business Class Hotel
    DNo -563/1, Taj Residency Road, Erramanzil, Somajiguda, Hyderabad. AP, India 
   

Telephone: (91-40) 30617181 Fax: (91-40) 30607181

     
Hotel Urvasi - economy class hotel
    DNo -3-665/A/1(opposite NIMS Hospital), Punjagutta, Hyderabad 500082, Andhra Pradesh, India
    Telephone: (91 -40) 23420550, 23420548, 23420549, 23420550, 23313077, 23313048
     
    For further options of accommodation and assistance visit : www.MakeMyTrip.com/hotels
   
 
 
 
 
  Hyderabad-More than Just a Capital City
   
  Situated by the banks of Musi River and Deccan Plateau, Hyderabad is the capital city of Andhra Pradesh. The city has a history of more than 400 years. It was founded by Muhammad Quli Qutab Shah in the year 1591. It has some of the most historically important buildings. The city is full of shopping malls flyovers and jam packed streets.

Hyderabad is a city which is known by many names. 'The city of Nizams', 'The City of Pearls' and 'Istanbul of India' are few of them. Hyderabad is arguably the only city of Andhra Pradesh that still holds onto the aura and charm of bygone era. It is also the only South Indian State where Urdu is the main language. Climate in Hyderabad is not highly fluctuating with summers being hot and winters absolutely pleasant.
 
 
  Guide for places to see
   
 
CHARMINAR
   
 
Charminar is always on the top of the mind of any tourist visiting Hyderabad.  Charminar is a major landmark in the city. This great monument is 400-year-old. Built by Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, shortly after he had shifted his capital from Golkonda to what now is known as Hyderabad, this beautiful colossus in granite, lime mortar and, some say, pulverized marble, was at one time the heart of the city.

Charminar is a squarish structure with four towers in the four corners of the square, each of whose sides is 20 meters in length. Every side opens into a plaza through
  giant arches, which overlook four major thoroughfares and dwarf other features of the building except the minarets. Each arch is 11 meters wide and rises 20 meters to the pinnacle from the plinth. The minarets soar skywards by 24 meters from the roof of Charminar. Each minaret has four storeys, each looking like a delicately carved ring around the minaret. Some Anglophiles call Charminar the Arc de Triomphe of the East. From the ground to the apex, the minarets cover a length of 48meters, atop the great monument are 45 prayer spaces for the devout where they can offer worship in an atmosphere unspoilt by the bustle of the city. East of this space is a spacious verandah with small and large arches in the middle. The first floor has beautiful balconies from where one has a fantastic view of the historic city and its later accretions.
 
 
BUDDHA STATUE
   
 
The Buddha Statue is the world’s largest single-stone statue of Buddha, which is made of a white granite rock. It is 22 meters (72 feet) in height and 450 ton (4, 50,000 kilograms) in weight. It is located in the center of the lake on the rock of Gibraltar in the tranquil waters of the Hussein Sagar Lake. It was a contribution of the Buddha Poornima Project held in the year 1985.

The statue was carved by 200 artisans for more than two years. The statue has been shipped to Hyderabad in November 1988, after some initial troubles, the Buddha statue was raised up on 12 April 1992. The atmosphere ponders peace and perseverance. A visit to the Buddha statue by boat would be an unforgettable experience.
   
 
GOLCONDA FORT
   
 
The Golconda Fort is situated due west of Hyderabad. The fort was founded as early as the twelfth century by the Kakatias. The Qutub Sahi kings converted this fort into a mighty fort with granite walls and ramparts that extend to around 5 kilometers in circumference. The perimeter of this massive fort measures around 11 kilometers, with 15 to 18-foot-high walls. There are as many as 70 ramparts besides 8 huge gates.

Golconda was once the market city for its diamond trade. Many famed diamonds—including the Kohinoor Diamond, Nur-Ul-Ain Diamond, the Hope Diamond, and the Regent Diamond—are believed to belong to the mines in this region.
   
  Highlight of the fort is a light-and-sound show. The timings of the show are different during summers and winters. During November–February, the shows begin at 6:30 pm, and during March-October, the shows begin at 7 pm. On Wednesdays and Sundays the shows are presented in English; on Tuesdays, Fridays, and on Saturdays, in Hindi; and on Thursdays, Telugu.
 
 
RAMOJI FILM CITY
   
 
The largest film studio complex in the world is Ramoji Film City (RFC) in Hyderabad, which opened in 1996 and measures 674 hectares (1,666 acres) with 47 sound stages, has created a Guinness record as the world's largest film studio complex. Ramoji Film City has become the most sought after destination for filmmakers, TV production units, ad filmmakers, music videos, etc. Ramoji Film City not only attracts the film fraternity, but is also must-visit place of tourist interest for millions of tourists who see it as a place for recreation and entertainment. A unique corporate destination: The natural beauty, man made splendor, a host of facilities and support systems make Ramoji Film City a one of its kind corporate destination
   
 
BIRLA MANDIR
   
 
A trip to Hyderabad remains incomplete without a visit to this enchanting Temple, Birla Mandir. This shimmering ethereal temple of Lord Venkateshwara, built in sculpted white marble, floats on the city skyline, on Kala Pahad. The highest tower in the temple reaches a height of 165 feet and the ancillary towers reach 116 feet. The tower over the main shrine of Venkateswara called the Jagadananda vimanam is built in the Orissan style while the towers over the shrines of the consorts are built in the South Indian style. This temple displays a mixture of architectural styles.
   
 

If time permits and u have the eye of a tourist there is lots more such as the hi-tec city – the cyber icon ,shilparaman – the right place of collection of arts and crafts, Falaknuma Palace (meaning "Mirror in the Sky") - This palace houses some rare treasures collected by the Nizams  ,Salar Jung Museum is the largest one-man collection of antiques in the world, exhibits over 35,000 objects……… many others are yet to be mentioned and shall be elaborated by a guide when you can give time for it.

 
 
  Shopping In Hyderabad
   
  Hyderabad is the most preferred destination for shopping in Andhra Pradesh. The city gives you a unique and glittering shopping experience in the many splendid markets. The main markets for shopping for jewelry include Basheerbagh, Abids and Nampally where we have showrooms of jewelry, textiles and handicrafts. The Begum Bazar which is famous for Brassware items. The best time to visit the market is in evenings when the entire markets seems to have woken up the charm, the crowds and the energy in the markets will sweep you off your feet. Charminar Bazaar and Lad Bazaar are places where you can shop for traditional variety of pearls and textiles. This is also the oldest commercial market in entire twin cities. For showpieces, one can visit the General Bazaar where you will find shops selling imitations of jewelry.

If u just want to walk into a shopping mall we have the Hyderabad central, city center and the GVK mall just a walk away
   
 
  Travel To Hyderabad - Make it at your comfort
   
 
By Air
   
  One can reach Hyderabad from anywhere in the world.  The Rajiv Gandhi international Airport located at Shamsabad receiving both local and international flights is well connected to all parts of the city with taxi cabs and buses.
   
  For assistance and information visit   www.MakeMyTrip.com ,   www.hyderabadairport.com
   
 
By Rail
   
  Hyderabad has the best rail connection in entire state and is also the most important one. It is connected with daily trains to all the four metros Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, and Chennai. It has trains to all other important cities of India apart from catering to Andhra Pradesh cities.
   
  For assistance and information visit www .indianrail.gov.in
   
 
By Road
   
  Hyderabad is well connected to all parts of the state with a series of highways. Hyderabad has a huge bus terminal that receives buses from every city. Apart from connecting Hyderabad to other cities, luxury coaches of APSRTC (Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation) take tourist for a city tour.
   
  For assistance and information visit www.mapsofindia.com/driving-directions-maps/nh202-driving- directions-map.html
   
 
Local Transport
   
  There is absolutely no problem in commuting inside Hyderabad. You will ample buses touching every nook and corner of the city. Auto rickshaw and taxis are the other way inside the city
   
  For cabs to pick you up from where you stand - Popular Metered Taxis in Hyderabad
   
 
 
City Cabs : +91-040-66316000/66316001
Cel Cabs : +91-40-23242526
Orange Cabs : +91-040-55315555/66315555
Call Taxi : +91-040-27901111/55211113/24242424
Fast Track : +91-040-28889999
Call Cabs : +91-040-66251313/66251414
  So the next time, you find yourself at a loose end, remember that these taxis are just a call away.
  For assistance and info visit:  www.worldmapstore.com/products/Hyderabad_and_Secunderabad_Road. Guide.html
   
 
Other sites that shall guide you to reach to stay and to travel in Hyderabad are    - www.hydonline.com   
    www.reachouthyderabad.com
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
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