Bubble (pearl) bath is mineral water bath saturated with air bubbles. The therapeutic effects of mineral water are strengthened by lower temperature air which is jetted into the water producing the result of a light and relaxing massage. The difference in the temperatures tones the blood vessels of the skin. This effect subsequently spreads to the internal organs and central nervous system. The therapeutic thermal effects are also very important when it comes to mineral water baths as human body tends to take in heat as many as 1.5 times better when submerged in mineral water compared to freshwater. While in bubble (pearl) bath, the body is affected by temperature, chemical and mechanical factors.
Therapeutic effects: gently massages the body, improves blood circulation, stimulates metabolism, relaxes muscles, relieves backaches, joint pain and other pains, increases the organism’s reactivity and has a toning effect, reduces chronic fatigue, irritability, stress, improves mood, improves the quality of sleep.
The therapy involves a beam of polarized light comprised of visible spectrum and infrared rays. The light
emitted by Bioptron biostimulates the skin cells and affects the light-sensitive inner structure and molecules
of the cells. In turn, this process induces chain reactions in the cells and causes the so called secondary
reactions that affect both the treated skin area and the entire body.
Therapeutic effects: alleviates pains, reduces inflammatory processes, improves blood circulation and intake of nutrients in the tissues, increases the metabolism, accelerates wound healing, reduces muscle spasms, strengthens the immune system, improves mental and emotional condition
The treatment combines two natural factors: the oxygen and organic chemical compounds found in medicinal herbs. The imbibed oxygenated herbal tea passes through the mouth and esophagus into the stomach. The capillaries in the upper gastrointestinal tract help to pass the oxygen into the blood. Part of the medicinal agents contained in the tea are assimilated in the duodenum. A small shot of the oxygen cocktail is equal to a long walk in fresh air.
Therapeutic effects (depending on the type of herbal tea): soothes or stimulates, improves the mood and overall well-being, balances out the vegetative nervous system, relaxes tense muscles, improves sleep quality, reduces inflammatory processes, alleviates pain.
It is a non-medical treatment by artificially creating the micro-climate of salt mines with steady temperature and relative humidity. During the procedure, the spray of sodium chloride (edible salt) is used which more than 80 % of its particles are smaller than 5μ. During the procedure, these particles penetrate the respiratory tract and reach the tiniest bronchus.
Therapeutic effect: reduces cough and dyspnoea, improves the movements of bronchus ciliated epithelium, thins the respiratory secretion, has the effect of expectorants, reduces the increased tone of the bronchial walls and swelling, reduces inflammation processes in the upper and lower mucosa of the respiratory tract, and has an anti-bacterial effect.
Heat is the main agent in paraffin treatment. The treatment is based on medicinal liquid paraffin possessing exceptional thermal insulation qualities as it retains heat for long periods of time and slowly transfers it to the tissues when solidifying. The treatment is performed on hands and elbows. The temperature of the skin rises by one or two degrees and the layer of paraffin prevents it from dropping down. As a result, the cornified
layer becomes softer and the pores open up letting all the active materials reach the deep layers of the skin.
Therapeutic effects: improves blood circulation in the tissues, increases the metabolism, reduces inflammatory processes, stimulates tissue regeneration, moisturizes the skin, increases tissue elasticity, reduces joint stagnation, alleviates pains, relaxes tense muscles, improves joint mobility.