Balneotherapy

Balneotherapy

This group comprises bath therapies using qualified medicinal waters. In balneotherapy, we use primarily the effects originating in the chemical composition of waters and, in addition, their physical properties (temperature, current, buoyancy, pressure, etc.).

Carbon dioxide bath
Therapy in a bathtub with water containing natural or artificially saturated carbon dioxide (CO2). Its vasodilator effect is used primarily in the case of cardiovascular disorders. Generally, water temperature is between 30 ◦C and 34 ◦C.

Air bubble bath
A type of tub baths, where an intensive whirling is produced by introducing air into the water. It has a markedly positive effect first of all on the blood circulation of the limbs.