The thermal treatments
Your thermal treatment begins with an examination by the doctor who will prescribe the most suitable cycle of treatments.
The treatment starts with the application of hot mud to the recommended areas for about 15 minutes. From that clay, the body receives both warmth and precious mineral elements that, over six months of repeated daily changes of water, have passed from the water to the mud. To all the positive effects of the thermal mud are added the benefits of the clay, which restores minerals to the skeletal structure but above all protects and repairs the cartilages.
After a thermal shower to remove the last of the mud, the next step is a bath, prepared at the prescribed temperature by mixing water straight from the underground strata of the establishment with that of the cooling bath. It is advisable to enhance the process by the addition of hydromassage and ozone.
This completes the process that started with the mud treatment, preparing you in the best possible way for massage.
When undertaken with thermal treatments, the body undergoes a muscle-relaxing process that makes a notable contribution if one considers that it is the contraction of those same muscles that often causes the increase in painful symptoms, and the benefits that this therapy brings to the patient are therefore obvious.
The precious mineral salts contained in the thermal water reach the most delicate respiratory tracts by means of the micro-vaporisation produced by the inhalatory apparatus. Inhalatory therapies are also recommended as excellent preventative measures. After completing the treatment it is good to recover some of the lost mineral salts with a squash or a fruit drink. The rest of the morning is best dedicated to relaxing activities.