Ave. Pablo Casals 640, Prados Providencia, 44670
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
The Global Institute of Stem Cell Therapy and Research (GIOSTAR) is an international company founded more than 15 years ago by Dr. Anand Srivastava, a pioneer in the field of stem cell research, with the vision of providing stem cell therapy to aid every person suffering from degenerative or genetic diseases and chronic pain around the world.
GIOSTAR Mexico in partnership with San Javier Hospital in Guadalajara, offers stem cell therapy in a state of the art healthcare infrastructure.
Our stem cell therapy program is located at Hospital San Javier on Ave. Pablo Casals 640, Prados Providencia, 44670
To get to your appointment you can take a taxi to Hospital San Javier and it is only 30 minutes away from Guadalajara International Airport.
Where to Stay
You need somewhere to stay?
We are more than happy to help you with recommendations from the best hotels in the city, while also making the reservation for you so you don’t have to worry about anything.
In Guadalajara you can rent a car while you are in town for your appointment.
***Prices may vary
What to expect from Guadalajara, Mexico
Guadalajara is the second-largest city of Mexico, there are around 30+ non-stop flights to its airport. It is by far the most beautiful city and the most representative of Mexican culture in the country, home of the mariachis and tequila. Guadalajara is a very colorful and vibrant city.
It has great warm weather all year long, it has some of the best food in the country and it’s a great city where you can relax and enjoy your stay.
The best way to exchange currency is to visit banks. As a rule, they offer the most attractive exchange rates. There are also special exchange offices in the city, some of which serve clients around the clock.
Medical Tourism in Mexico
Medical tourism is a well-known term nowadays. Medical tourism is known as the process of someone traveling outside of their country of residence in order to receive medical care in a foreign country.
The reasons for medical tourism are that patients are traveling to other countries in search of treatments that are not available in their homeland.
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