Thermal and cool procedures
The local application of heat is used to treat locomotor system disorders of inflammatory, degenerative and posttraumatic nature, digestive tract disorders, metabolic disorders, airway diseases, urological and gynecologic concerns and nervous diseases. It also exploits the effects of whole body or partial extreme cold. Depending on how deep the effects of the cold reach, we speak about surface effects (pain relief, increased blood supply) or about deep effects (reduction of metabolism, reduction of blood supply). It is used to treat recent contusions (bruises), sprained joints, muscular spasms, edemas, active arthritic syndrome, osteoarthrosis, spastic paresis, etc.
Contraindication: all acute conditions, acute inflammatory and oncologic diseases, pregnancy etc.