1. CLASSICAL MASSAGE
Used as a relaxing and regenerative treatment which improves local blood and lymph circulation. It has painkilling and tonicizing effects.
2. VIBRATORY MASSAGE (AQUAVIBRON)
Massage based on the local application of a vibrating rubber membrane, powered by the water flowing inside it. The treatment is applied in disorders of degenerated joints and the spine, neuralgias and discopathy. Recommended in rehabilitation of motor organs, also after sports traumas. Improves the blood supply and elasticity of the skin, and regenerates muscles.
3. HYDRO-JET/MEDY-JET MECHANICAL MASSAGE
A waterbed massage of the whole body with regenerating, calming and relaxing effects. It causes beneficial changes in the metabolism of muscular cells and gives a feeling of psychophysical comfort. Used in disorders of degenerated joint and backbone, and in the rehabilitation of the muscular system. Therapeutic massage recommended in spinal pain syndromes resulting from the overloading of bone and joint system, discopathy and ankylosing spondylitis.
4. INFRARED HEAT MASSAGE
A massage of the whole body on a mattress which generates vibrations of regulated tension and infrared heating. During the treatment the body is penetrated by the heat, gentle vibration relaxes muscle tension, alleviates back and feet pains. The massage reduces fat tissues, stimulates the peristalsis of the intestines, improves the blood supply to the skin, has calming and soothing effects, and reduces fatigue.
5. UNDERWATER MASSAGE
Massage in a bathtub with a water jet of regulated pressure. It relieves muscular tension (particularly the tension of the transversospinal system in discopathies) used in spinal pain syndromes.
6. PRESSURE MASSAGE, BOA LYMPHATIC MASSAGE
Pressure massage has a positive effect on the body and is widely applied in medical treatment and rehabilitation. It improves blood circulation and lymph flow. Indications: upper limbs swellings after mastectomy and lower limbs swellings. Used in prophylaxis of circulatory diseases.