Effects of Balneotherapy

Thermal Effects of Balneotherapy Hyperthermia - exogenous elevation of the body temperature, local or systemic - by means of a bath or poultice, has been demonstrated as a beneficial therapeutic measure for centuries. Therapeutic Effects

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Study: Balneotherapy – Hands Osteoarthritis Treatment

Evaluation of the Effect of Balneotherapy in Patients with Hands Osteoarthritis Randomized Controlled Single-Blind Follow-up Study By Horváth K, Kulisch Á, Németh A, Bender T. from Zsigmondy Vilmos Harkány Medicinal Spa Hospital, Harkány, Hungary

Hydro Massage

Hydro Massage Hydro massage is a type of massage based on the therapeutic use of warm water. The essence of hydro massage is applying massage techniques to the human body (thermally, mechanically, or chemically) through

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Study: Balneotherapy – Knee Osteoarthritis Treatment

Balneotherapy is a useful Knee Osteoarthritis Treatment Efficacy of Balneotherapy on pain, function and quality of life in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. By Fioravanti A, Giannitti C, Bellisai B, Iacoponi F, Galeazzi M. from

Study: Balneotherapy for Fibromyalgia

Balneotherapy Provides Beneficial Effects for Fibromyalgia Single Blind Randomized Controlled Clinical Study By Ozkurt S, Dönmez A, Zeki Karagülle M, Uzunoğlu E, Turan M, Erdoğan N. from the İlkevin Special Education and Rehabilitation Centre, Istanbul,

Balneotherapy in Medicine

Balneotherapy in Medicine List of clinical trials from PubMed Bathing in water (balneotherapy or spa therapy) has been frequently and widely used in classical medicine as a cure for diseases. The major dermatologic and musculoskeletal

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