The indoor thermal centre
The waters that we draw from the underlying strata at a temperature of around 80°C are the principal component used in the preparation of muds, therapeutic baths and inhalatory treatments. The use of such waters in thermal spas is an ancient remedy that has never fallen out of favour and today represents a valid therapeutic method, supported as it is by investigations and clinical research.
Thermal therapy has a precise role in the field of medicine due to its particular action and methodology of application.
The treatments allow the desired action of the thermal elements on the pathology and the parts of the body concerned: mud baths and massages for the locomotory apparatus, inhalatory therapy for the upper and lower airways, taking the waters for the gastrointestinal and renal organs, irrigatory therapy for the mucosae (nasal and vaginal). The use of thermal spas should be undertaken with the right frame of mind.
A ritual for which you need to take the right amount of time, forgetting the clock and savouring the wellness that each application brings. Thermal spas are ex