The entire body – including its organs – corresponds to different parts of the feet. These parts are treated with pulsating (activating) or sedating (calming) strokes. These strokes on the reflex points stimulate the corresponding area of the body. Painful areas refer to parts of the body or organs that are dysfunctional.
AQUA NORDIC WALKING
qua Nordic walking is a new form of walking and running training in shallow water (1.35 m) with floor contact and specially developed poles.
Acupuncture massage has its roots in classical Chinese acupuncture and is one of the energetic treatment forms. Since the therapist and masseur is not allowed to injure the skin, they work with an acupressure pen (small metal rod). Chinese medicine recognises the causes of illness as either an overabundance or deficiency of energy.
The Breuss massage is a gentle, special type of massage that is exclusively performed on the back using St John’s Wort oil.
This is the perfect remedy for all sorts of muscle tension, regardless of the cause. The skin, subcutaneous tissue and muscles are kneaded, stroked, pressed, stretched and rolled to improve the blood circulation and metabolism.
FANGO MUD PACKS
There are various applications for fango mud. At our institute, powdered volcanic rock is mixed with thermal water, heated and applied to the affected areas of the patient’s body.
Hydrogymnastics allows the patient to float in the water and therefore move without pain. Due to the soothing warmth of the water, otherwise unpleasant movements are perceived as pleasant.
Lymph is the fluid that circulates throughout the connective tissue. It not only nourishes and detoxifies the tissue, but is also a part of the body’s immune system.
SPINAL DECOMPRESSION THERAPY, ELECTROTHERAPY, ULTRASOUND
With electrotherapy, different symptoms are treated with special types of electricity. At our institute, microwave therapy is used in combination with a traction table.
MYOFASCIAL RELEASE THERAPY
Each nerve root in the spinal marrow supplies a different body segment. Every segment consists of one organ, one skin and one muscle area.
Physiotherapy is a very acclaimed type of massage and is usually prescribed as a personalised kinesiotherapy programme.
This physical and holistic training method strengthens and forms muscles, improves posture, increases flexibility and balance and harmonises your body and soul.
he entire body – including its organs – corresponds to different parts of the feet. These parts are treated with pulsating (activating) or sedating (calming) strokes. These strokes on the reflex points stimulate the corresponding area of the body.
In SCENAR therapy (technology developed in Russian space research), electrical impulses are applied to the skin above the tissue that is to be treated.
You are in too much pain to move properly? State-of-the-art technology supports your therapist in diagnosing and treating your musculoskeletal system. Whether spine, shoulder joint, knee, heel or trigger points, the Spineliner can be used from head to toe.
Injuries and symptoms of strain due to too much training are avoided by accompanying the patient during training and competitions with the assistance of diagnostics for muscle and joint function as well as athletic performance.
STANGER BATH THERAPY
The hydroelectric full bath is a combination of full bath and electrotherapeutic treatment which utilises the conductivity of water.
THE S3 COORDINATION CHECK
The S3 stability test is an innovative, computer-assisted diagnostic system for the early diagnosis of possible defects in the musculoskeletal system.
THERAPEUTIC NORDIC WALKING
Only with the right execution, taking into account your age, existing medical conditions and fitness level, is it possible to obtain medical therapeutic results.
THERMAL WATER BATH
We also offer hydrogymnastics due to our fantastic location and with its direct access to the thermal spa St. Kathrein. The water at our disposal has is 32 to 34 degrees warm and presents has low radon levels.
TRIGGER POINT THERAPY
According to American medical literature, trigger points are often very persistent ‘knots’ within a taut band of shortened muscle tissue.
This underwater massage is performed either on the whole or individual parts of the body.