Medicinal water treatments

Medicinal water baths

If the pool bath is not recommended, due to the nature of the disease, we recommend the bath with medicinal water. During the bath, the treatment is also carried out with water containing alkaline hydrogen carbonate, which is qualified as medical water. The effect on the body is the same as a spa bath with medicinal water.

Weight bath treatment

We do it in a pool specially designed for this purpose. We use neck or armpit support depending on whether the patient has neck, back or lumbar spine, or do you have hip, knee or ankle joint complaints. Also, the underlying disease dictates where and how much weight is applied, or whether the treatment is performed without weight.

Due to the many contraindications, it is important to have an X-ray examination of the area to be treated more than 5 years ago. The weight bath treatment is most effective if the patient is preceded by a massage or underwater water jet massage treatment, or immediately after the treatment, he rests lying down for half an hour to 1 hour.

Carbonated bath treatment

At our clinic, we use it in the form of a carbonated bubble bath. The saturator is located below the treatment tub - in this, carbon dioxide is mixed with water - from here we lead the carbonated water into the tub half filled with thermal water.

The treatment mainly affects the circulatory system: it dilates blood vessels, improves circulation, lowers blood pressure, improves the functioning of the heart and lungs, so it is used in people suffering from vasoconstriction, heart diseases, after a heart attack, in the rehabilitation of heart surgeries. Among locomotor diseases, it is suitable for the treatment of neuritis and osteoporosis. It is also known to have a good stress-relieving effect.

After the treatment, you must not take a shower, you must rest in a robe for at least an hour. During this time, we do not apply any other treatment.

Underwater jet massage - tangent treatment

It is colloquially known only as tangentor treatment, although this name actually refers to the device that moves the water. During the treatment, the patient lies in a large medical tub, so that the part of the body to be treated is always under the water, while we massage it with a water jet in a special sequence. The pressure of the water jet varies depending on the patient's body structure, illness and the purpose of the treatment.

The treatment is effective if it is used with the right technique. It is mainly used to treat the muscles of the lower and upper limbs near the spine. We mostly perform whole body treatment. It is particularly suitable for the treatment of people suffering from osteoporosis, Bechterew's disease, high degree of deformities, and neuritis. We often find that in the case of severe muscle pains and spasms, the therapeutic massage is not feasible due to the pain, in such cases we recommend the underwater water jet massage.

Underwater therapy

In the case of advanced locomotor diseases, the muscles may be reduced partially or throughout the body. Recurrent inflammation can result in shrinkage of the joint capsule and ligaments, leading to limited range of motion. The process can be prevented by regular daily physical therapy, but often this is not feasible due to the pain.

However, even these joints can be moved painlessly in the lukewarm water. Cramped, tight muscles become stretchable and their strength increases.

Underwater physiotherapy is performed in groups of 8-10 people in a specially designed pool filled with medicinal water under the guidance of our physiotherapists.

The treatments take place in 3 exercise groups: neck-shoulder, spine and hip-knee group.

The range of indications is very broad, as it may be necessary in almost all diseases requiring rehabilitation. In addition to wear and tear diseases of the spine, shoulders, hips, and knee joints, it also plays an important role in the treatment of inflammatory joint diseases. It is one of our most important treatment methods after prosthetic surgeries, spinal hernia surgeries, fractures, ligament injuries, and osteoporosis.

Group therapeutic swimming (under 18 years)

Therapeutic swimming sessions take place 3 times a week in the school under the guidance of a physical education swimming coach.

The family pediatrician refers the patient to these sessions based on the recommendation of a specialist, most often due to scoliosis, posture disorders, developmental disorders of the chest, hips, and legs, asthma, heart and vascular diseases, limb deficiency conditions, certain nervous system diseases, juvenile hypertension, obesity.

This form of treatment is fully supported by the social insurance, without a deductible.


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