The treatment of disease by baths.
A generic term for spa treatments that use mineral water, including hot springs, mineral springs and sea water. Balneotherapy uses some or all of these types of water to improve circulation, strengthen the immune system, and reduce pain or stress.
A general term for water-based treatments using natural thermal, spring, mineral or seawater to induce relaxation, improve the circulation, stimulate the immune system and bring about detoxification whilst revitalising the body.
Mineral-rich water originating from the sea or hot springs is used to alleviate stresses and strains as well as aiding digestion.
Warm mud or thermal baths to detoxify the skin and boost circulation.
Water-based therapies using seawater or thermal spring water to improve circulation thereby relieving stress or strain.
Immersing the body in mineral water from hot springs or the sea to restore and revitalize the body.
treatment by medicinal baths
Refers to the use of water treatments such as hot springs, mineral water or sea water to relieve psoriasis symptoms such as itching, scaling and skin irritation.
The traditional practice of treatments by waters, using hot springs, mineral, or sea waters to restore and revitalize the body. Since antiquity, Balneotherapy has been used to improve circulation, fortify the immune system, as an analgesic (pain reliever) and as an anti-stress treatment.
A generic term for water treatments that use hot springs, mineral water or sea waters to improve and revitalise circulation, the immune system and relieve stress and pain.
One of the oldest medical procedures, balneotherapy utilizes natural elements such as hot springs and mineral waters. It's used for such things as pain relief, increase circulation and stimulate the bodies natural healing mechanisms.
Water therapies used to "cure" a variety of ailments, including stress, arthritis, circulation, etc. Employs mineral, salt or purified water.
Balneotherapy derives from the term Balneology which refers to the study of the science and art of bathing. Balneotherapy are water based treatments utilising seawater or hot mineral springs in the treatment of stresses and strains within the body. The aim of these treatments is to enhance the immune system, stimulate circulation and boost the immune system.
A technique which uses water to recharge the body. Meant to increase circulation, reduce stress and pain, and to strengthen the immune system.
The use of water to restore and revitalize the body. Since antiquity, balneotherapy has been used to improve circulation, fortify the immune system, and relieve pain and stress.
a range of treatments with warm mineral water, from bathing or underwater massage jets to plain drinking. Alkaline water helps stimulate the secretion of bile, whilst hypotonic water has diuretic effects and is often used for treating kidney stones.
The use of water to improve circulation, strengthen the immune system, and reduce pain and stress.
Inspired by the ancient practice of â€œtaking to the waters,â€ balneotherapy is a soothing and natural way to improve circulation, strengthen the immune system, and alleviate pain and stress.
Warm mud or thermal baths, usually with ozone, physiotherapy and underwater exercises, which detoxifies the skin and boosts circulation.
The therapeutic use of water or bathing to relax and revitalize the body. May provide pain relief while improving the immune and circulatory systems.
Balneotherapy involves the treatment of disease by bathing. It may involve hot or cold water, massage via moving water, relaxation or stimulation. Many mineral waters at spas are rich in particular minerals (silica, sulfur, selenium, radium) which can be absorbed via the skin.