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Medical Welness Guide

The spa as we know it as known to us today, is a centre for treatments through various alternate medications, and has grown to include relaxation, unwinding and getting pampered. But what makes for an interesting read is the origin of this culture, and the genesis of the word spa. So, when did the concept of spa - relaxing and getting treated for ailments through water - come into being? Where from did it get its present name? There are myriad answers to these questions, but all intertwined in the same theory. The meaning of spa has constantly evolved through the ages to accommodate several other types of treatments. Now, spa treatments can range from wet and dry treatments to wellness therapies and beauty treatments. Treatments at spa include thalassotherapy, meditation, Yoga, Ayurveda flotation therapy, watsu, wassertanzen, water dance, liquid sound, Swedish massage, Japanese Shiatsu, Thai massage, European facials, acupuncture, Dead Sea salt scrubs, Moor mud wraps, aromatherapy, reflexology, microdermabrasion, endermologie, reiki, aura imaging, rasul, hypnotherapy, Tai Chi, dream therapy and much more. Mechanical devices such as Jacuzzi whirlpools, hydrotherapy tubs, Swiss showers, scotch hoses, and vichy showers have been developed to assist these therapies efficiently, and have collectively made the spa experience a better one. Today's spa has successfully stuck to its core traditions, simultaneously innovating, interpreting and expressing them in its own way.

With the help of our Medical Wellness Guide you can find out valuable information about the health benefits of various medical wellness treatments and discover which European Spa offers the treatments of your choice... 

Thermal Spring Bath
Thermal Spring Bath

The water from hot springs in non-volcanic areas is heated in this manner. Note that hot springs in volcanic areas are often at or near the boiling point. People have been seriously burned and even killed by accidentally or intentionally entering these springs.

Recommended for: spinal column ailments, circulation disorders, rheumatic illnesses, paralysis, metabolism disorders, gynecological problems, osteoporosis, arthritis, arthrosis, for general regeneration purposes and as a post-surgery recovery treatment

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Kneipp Therapy
Kneipp Therapy  

Kneipp consists of five pillars, hydrotherapy being the most famous.Kneippianum has adjusted the hydrotherapy to match our daily lifestyle and every detail has been made to match your requirements in our modern KneippSPA.

Recommended for: high and low blood pressure, arthritis, rheumatism, cardiovascular diseases, digestive system problems and week immune system.

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Fango Mud
 Fango Mud  

Fango is an energizing, nourishing blend of Italian mud that rids skin of impurities.

Recommended for: chronic pains, especially of the musculoskeletal system (back, neck, shoulders), osteoarthritis, lumbago, rheumatism, inflammatory diseases, fractures and skin diseases

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Climate And Skin Therapy 
Climate And Skin Therapy  

Recommended for : Allergic bronchial asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases worldwide. For many years, the climate at moderate altitude has been used as an alternative therapy for patients suffering from bronchial asthma.

As a result of this definition, many people who use natural skin care products, generally make their own products at home from naturally occurring ingredient.

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Moor Mud Bath
Moor Mud Bath

A mud bath is a bath of mud, commonly from areas where hot spring water can combine with volcanic ash. Mud baths have existed for thousands of years, and can be found now in high-end Spas in many countries of the world. Mud baths have been used since ancient times to treat health problems and to beautify the skin.
Moor mud has a unique composition of humic acids, fulvic acids, minerals, trace elements, vitamins, amino acids, plant hormones, and fatty acids, which are released when the mud is heated.

Recommended for: joint diseases, rheumatism, spinal column pains, nervous system disorders, gynecological problems, skin cleansing and rejuvenation

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Stanger Bath Therapy
 Stanger Bath Therapy  

Stanger bath is a hydroelectric, whole-body bath in which currents flow through the body to boost circulation and stimulate the immune system. It is commonly used to treat acute and chronic pain and muscle spasms.

Recommended for: muscle hypertension, paralysis, gout, rheumatism, sciatic pain syndrome, arthritis, gynecological problems, faster recovery from bone fractures and surgeries, excessive sweating disorder

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Craniosacral
 Craniosacral  

A craniosacral treatment is a gentle form of bodywork that focuses on the nervous system and the fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord, known as cerebrospinal fluid. This fluid, much like blood, circulates through the body and distributes nutrients and oxygen to the cells of the nervous system. Also like the circulation of blood, the cerebrospinal fluid can become stagnant, leading to physical complaints and discomfort. The therapist providing this treatment can feel out the stagnation in your body and relieve the tension with specific hand grips.Craniosacral therapy helps to restore the circulation of the cerebrospinal fluid and the well-being of the nervous system. Patients find this therapy to be very relaxing andmeditative.


Recommended for: migraine, tension headaches, brain fog, fatigue, general body aches, neck and spinal column pain, menstrual cramps, sleeping disorders, stress, mood swings and other mood disorders

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Israel Dead Sea
Israel Dead Sea  

Rheumatology Diseases / uveties , muscle hypertension, paralysis, gout, rheumatism, sciatic pain syndrome, arthritis, gynecological problems, faster recovery from bone fractures and surgeries, excessive sweating disorder

Recommended : Psoriasis , Psoriasis Arthropathica ,Vitiligo,Asthima, Atopic Dermatisis Exzama ,

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