Thermal rehabilitation - Physiotherapy and Hydrokinesitherapy

Focus on Thermal rehabilitation

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Single-entry ticket to the gym

Fitness programme integrate spa treatments.

he therapeutic exercise in water is based on three principles:
1) Hydrostatic effect: a body immersed in water is pushed up, which allows it to stay afloat, the greater the more the water is rich in salts.
2) Hydrodynamic effect: represented by the resistance of the liquid medium that counters the movements, which represents the therapeutic exercise.
3) Hydrothermal effect: caused by the temperature of water, which induces muscle relaxation, which in turn has an algo-sedative action, thus facilitating the physical activity of the patient.

One-to-one neuromotor rehabilitation in the gym

Neuromotor rehabilitation consists of active and passive exercises (with a therapist) with a special focus on poor posture and being able to walk normally again.

Postural analysis

Postural changes are an issue that involves an increasing number of people causing long-term issues as well. It is therefore essential to know your posture and any corrections required both in terms of therapy and prevention.

Osteopathic treatment analysis

The osteopathic treatment aims at restoring the altered physiological balances and provide relief for problems such as lower back pain, cervical pain, pain affecting the knees, feet, shoulders and annoying headaches.

Postural Programmes

After the posture analysis, which highlights any issues affecting the body, a personal form is filled in, explained and tested during the postural reprogramming sessions. The programmes include the thermal pool and make the most of the natural relaxing effect the thermal waters have on muscles. Silver and Gold postural Programme.

Growth programme

Postural analysis for children and teenagers with postural exercises for harmonious development of the body.

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Good for:

Skeleton, muscles and joints
Circulatory and Vascular system
Digestive system and Gastrointestinal

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Effects of Thermal rehabilitation

The therapeutic exercise in water is based on three principles:

1) Hydrostatic effect: a body immersed in water is pushed up, which allows it to stay afloat, the greater the more the water is rich in salts.

2) Hydrodynamic effect: represented by the resistance of the liquid medium that counters the movements, which represents the therapeutic exercise.

3) Hydrothermal effect: caused by the temperature of water, which induces muscle relaxation, which in turn has an algo-sedative action, thus facilitating the physical activity of the patient.


Thermal Products Used

Leopoldine Water