Treatment procedures

Perl bath:

A slightly hyperthermal bath with main effect being in micromassage of skin and relaxation. It is very pleasant for the patient.

Indications: Relaxation and soothing effect with neurosis, locomotor system diseases etc.


Additive bath:

The baths are a variety of added ingredients such as herbs, essential oils, etc.

Effects of water following the positive influence of various plant extracts. Camomile bath - has anti-inflammatory effect, promotes healing of wounds and ulcers.

Nettle bath - softens the skin and accelerates the healing of eczema.

Indications: The effect depends on the particular bath accessories - mostly on relaxation, improves blood circulation, improve joint mobility.


Underwater massage:

Very popular and pleasant procedure combining the effects of a warm bath, a massage and active and passive movement while submerged in water.

Indications: Locomotive disorders, conditions after injuries to muscles or jo­ints.



A procedure that involves a massage and stimula­tion of various individual spots on the patient’s body (located on the back, legs and arms). It can be accompanied by different treatment programs focusing on a specific stimulation area (such as the legs, the entire body. etc.) using a jet of water in a water bath.


Classical massage:

The general purpose of the massage is the stimulation of receptors, supporting the metabolism, the proper functioning of and the circulation in the connective tissues located in the massaged areas.

It is a pleasant treatment method with strong psychotherapeutic effects.

The massage can assist in the absorption of edemas, exu­dations and hematomas. It affects muscle toning (both in terms of reducing or increasing the tone of the muscles) and it can also affect tissue coalescence. The massage has refle­ctive effects as well as other overall benefits.


Reflex  massage:

A highly specialized rehabilitation procedure performed by a professio­nally trained therapist. The objective of this massage is to affect the reflex changes caused by a pathological process.

Indications: Any areas with reflex changes in the skin, muscles and periost that cannot be eliminated using other rehabilitation and physiatric methods.


Individual exercise therapy:

This is the most important and most highly specialized me­thod of rehabilitation. A mutual trust and collaboration between the therapist and the patient is critical in order to achieve positive results.

Indications: Disorders of the locomotive and the neuromuscular apparatus, limited mobi­lity, muscular hypertonicity or hypotonicity, muscle strength disorders and locomotive stereotype disorders.


Moor wrap:

A hyperthermal procedure during which the specific heat of the peloid, heated to 46 °C, is transferred to the patient's body.

Due to the heat retention qualities of the peloid, this is an extremely gentle procedure that involves the slow and prolonged transfer of  heat.

Indications: Diseases of the locomotive apparatus with an inflammatory, degenerative or post-traumatic character, diseases of the digestive tract, metabolic disorders, diseases of the respiratory tract, urological and gynecological conditions and conditions affecting the nervous system.


Mechanical lymph drainage:

Assists in the drainage of lymph nodes and vessels using air chambers that are gradually filled by a compressor in the direction running from the distil towards the proximal parts of the body.

After letting out the air the cycle is repeated.

Indications: Venous and lymphatic edemas, post-operative and post-traumatic conditions, selected neurological and dermatological conditions, constipation, lipedema, etc.


Group exercise therapy in a swimming pool:

This procedure combines the benefits of exercise with the benefits of being submerged in warm water.

Indications: Relaxation, relief of joints, the need for easier exercise methods (usually used after degenerative conditions of the locomotive apparatus).



A therapeutic method in which small amounts of natural carbon dioxide from a medicinal spring are applied to acupuncture points to stimulate these. It is a combination of acupuncture and gas injections. The treatment results in the relief of painful syndromes and functional disorders. This procedure is performed by a specially trained professional.

Indications: Pneumopuncture can be used to treat selected disorders of the locomotor apparatus, leg ischemia, etc.


Oxygen therapy:

Inhaling oxygen-enriched air (the oxygen rate is 40 – 60%). The air has an adequate level of humidity in order to prevent the dehydration of the patient's mucus membranes. The air is inhaled either by a nasal cannula or by a special face mask. The goal of oxygen treatment is better passage of capillary bed and thus in all tissues there are better conditions for blood circulation and tissue nutrition.

Indications: The therapy takes a great part in regeneration of all cells of the human organism, especially in the brain. It significantly stabilizes and speeds up thinking and increases the patient’s ability to tolerate physical stress. It has a great influence on the state of mind, on metabolism and it significantly slows down the aging process.



A therapeutic method using a static, alternating and pulsed magnetic field.

The application of a magnetic field has the following general effects: vasodilatation, myorelaxation, healing acceleration, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic and anti- edema effects.

Indications: Conditions affecting the arteries, veins and lymphatic vessels, ischemia, digestive disorders, conditions affecting the locomotive apparatus and degenerative and inflammatory conditions affecting the nervous system.


Laser therapy:

A special light that is amplified using a stimulated emission of radiation. The device produces coherent monochromatic radiation. The laser can be applied either continuously or in a pulse mode.

Indications: The non-invasive laser is mostly used for its bio-stimulating, analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects. This technique also has anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-edema and vasodilitating effects.



Are used to treat various types of electrical current, which improves blood circulation, relieve muscle tension or vice versa compensate for the lack of muscle tone, relieve pain and suppress inflammation. Depending on the selection of specific electrical parameters the procedure is effective in treating musculoskeletal disorders, circulatory disorders, chronic inflammatory and degenerative diseases, postoperative states, chronic gynecological and urological diseases in diseases of the digestive and respiratory system, skin and other diseases.



Biolamp uses a simple and adequately effective source of therapeutic bio-stimulating light that works on the principle of light polarization. The biolamp generates a polarized radiation, which is polychromatic and the chromatic component is filtered out. The therapy has bio-stimulating and curing effect.

Indications: Treating skin conditions, acceleration of healing of post-surgical scarring, alle­viation of back and joint pain, dentistry and cosmetic applications.



During this therapy, an aerosol mist is created using special ultrasound equipment. When inha­led, the mist has a positive effect on the patient's upper and lower respiratory tracts. The effectiveness of the treatment depends on the size of the aerosol particles inhaled and the active ingredients contained in the solution used to create the mist.

Indications: Conditions affecting the upper and sometimes the lower respiratory tract.


Dry carbonic bath:

Dry (=gas) carbonic bath is provided on a bed in an airtight PVC bag. The bag is filled with gas from a pressurised cylinder.The quick resorption of gas through skin, even through usual clothes, is proceeding.

Vessels get extended, blood pressure gets lower and nerve endings are influenced

Indications: Chronic ailments of blood vessels, problems with blood circulation, hypertension, some skin disorders