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BDMS Wellness Clinic

    BDMS Wellness Clinic is at the forefront of this new healthcare paradigm. With a strong belief that prevention is better than cure, and a dedication to total wellness, we have developed a wide range of programs specifically focused on the early detection and prevention of disease. In addition to our comprehensive screenings and disease prevention therapies, our range of specialized services extends to advanced dental care and fertility treatments.

 

 

Our Story

    Breakthroughs in the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases have led to a new focus on health risks like heart disease, stroke and cancer and an emphasis on preventing age-related illnesses rather than curing them after they have occurred.

    A part of the award-winning Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (BDMS) network – Thailand’s largest operator of private hospitals with 47 facilities in Thailand and Cambodia – BDMS Wellness Clinic quickly became Asia’s premier healthcare facility, with the advanced science and technology that allows our physicians to accurately predict future health issues and prevent disease while enhancing mental and physical performance and – most important – quality of life.

 

Dinosaurs of Siam

“Prized, one-of-a-kind pieces”

 

    Dr. Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth, the founder of Bangkok Dusit Medical Services, has always been a passionate collector of art and antiques, and his interest has extended to life-sized replicas of the “Dinosaurs of Siam”, which are housed in four museums in Sukhothai province. Three species from the early to mid-Cretaceous period, whose fossils were discovered in Thailand:

 

  • Phuwiangosaurus sirindhorna

or “Long-Necked Giant Siam,” roamed Thailand’s northeastern region 130 million years ago

 

  • ​​​​​Siamosaurus suteethorni

or “Professional Fish Hunter,” lived in swamps and hunted fish with its sharp cone-shaped teeth and a long jaw similar to that of crocodiles

 

  • Psittacosaurus sattayaraki

or “Parrot-Beaked Dinosaur” was a herbivore with a parrot-like beak that roamed through Thailand 100 million years ago

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