Tourism is generally considered one of the most important sources of national income in Egypt, and the Egyptian people are accustomed to having tourists among them since ancient times.
Egypt is also one of the most prominent tourist countries in the world, as the number of tourists visiting Egypt reached more than 9.79 million tourists. Egypt also ranked 58 worldwide out of 124 countries in the tourism competitiveness index.
Egypt is well known for its cities, mineral and sulfur water, dry and moisture-free air, and its soils of sand and silt suitable for treating numerous diseases, and the multiplicity of its beaches and the waters of its seas due to its distinctive natural properties.
Sulfur and mineral eyes have spread in Egypt, which is characterized by its unique chemical composition. This exceeds all the sulfur and mineral eyes in the world. In addition to the availability of silt in the pools of these sulfur eyes, with its therapeutic properties, it heals many bone diseases, digestive and respiratory diseases, skin diseases, etc., and hospitalization for arthritis patients has also been proven by burial in the sand.
Research also confirmed that the Red Sea water with its chemical content and the presence of coral reefs in it helps to recover from psoriasis. There are many tourist areas that enjoy the advantage of medical tourism in Egypt, and they are regions with a long-standing historical reputation such as: Helwan, Ain Al-Seera, Ain Sokhna, Hurghada, Fayoum, Al-Wahat Region, Aswan, Sinai, and finally the city of Safaga, which is located on the shore of the Red Sea and which has all the elements of tourism Therapeutic groups visited by tourist groups and their reputation is that black sand has the ability to get rid of some skin diseases.
The ancient Egyptians believed that man would be resurrected after his death to live the life of immortality, and therefore they were careful to preserve the bodies of the dead by embalming them, and embalming is a process intended by the ancient Egyptians. Pyramids, and these operations were carried out under advanced medical science and competent doctors are able to use all the natural and pharmaceutical materials in nature.
Three thousand years before the birth of Christ, Egypt gave birth to “Aimhotep”, dean of world medicine and his first pioneer consensus of historians. His hieroglyphic name, which comes in peace, means that he is the chief architect and chief priest of the psalmists, and above all he raises the first stone edifice in history: the pyramid of King Djoser, which is included in Saqqara.
And on the day that humanity was after its first childhood, Egypt gifted it to “Aamhotep” a medical genius, and James Prestead said about him and Kurt Zaita “that he is the first inventor of the art of medicine without a competitor. Realistic, and he became a popular god.
With the increase of archaeological discoveries that he left over time, the medical and therapeutic importance of many sites throughout Egypt such as Helwan, Fayoum, South Sinai and Safaga has increased due to the mineral water, sand and dunes that these places enjoy to treat and cure many incurable diseases in our world today, such as skin and rheumatic diseases.
The state realized the medical and therapeutic importance of these places, so it took care of them and took care of them as it became one of the most prestigious global hospital places.
Thus, Egypt occupied a distinguished location on the map of medical tourism and became a destination for those looking to recover from all parts of the world, where tourists come to enjoy the healthy climate and natural medical treatment under the care of doctors specializing in all branches and modern hospitals that have the latest international devices supported by specialists in exercise and physical therapy at the top A level of service. Besides providing various tourism programs to visit unique tourist places in Egypt.
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