Health Care and Rehabilitation
- Post stroke rehabilitation
- Functional rehabilitation
- Balneotheraphy – thalassotherapy
- Mental health – addictions
Balneotherapy means healing done by general or local bath’, mainly by using freshwater bath, sea water, mud or seaweed.
Thalassotherapy is an alternative to seawater and spa therapy is the use of natural mineral waters.
The treatment stimulates blood circulation, relieving internal congestion and brings positive effects on the cardiovascular system. Moreover, the action of cold water or hot water has a stimulating effect on a weak or sluggish circulation.
The therapy also helps stimulate muscle tone, nervous energy, digestion, but also to remove dead cells and toxins from the body.
A hot tub or simply a hot bath is an alternative way to treat back pain, tension or inflammation of muscle tissue, neck pain or shoulder, arthritis, headaches, caused the injury sports, various chronic pain, and stress.
Whirlpools help to the disappearance of various inflammations but also in healing colds and flu as bubble baths have a massaging effect.
Inhalation of hot water vapors in a hot tub can be made in the case of sinusitis, bronchitis, allergies or asthma.
As for hydro massage, it calms the nervous system and relaxes the muscles.
The spa and thalassotherapy, therefore, are great ways to recover after treatment, surgery or simply to recover from the stress of everyday life.
We choose for you the best institutions, combining a plurality of techniques and services in order to ensure the overall management of the spa guest and optimize the benefits of the thermal or marine environment, for preventive or curative purposes.
Treatment of the following specialties: perinatal psychiatry and maternology, psychotherapy, ambulatory care, addiction, psychotic disorders, mental illness, mood disorders, eating disorders.
Dependencies or addictions:
The victims of any addiction are becoming more numerous. This dependence can range from a simple habit to addictions involving potential physical and mental destruction. Dependence may relate to substances (drugs, drugs, etc.) or not (work, the internet, etc.). WHO defines addiction as “a periodic or chronic dependence on substances or behaviors.” Dependence is characterized by the occurrence of withdrawal symptoms in the absence of the substance or addictive activity, as well as the development of tolerance involving an increase in the dose required – regardless signs of physical or psychic destruction.
APA: Addiction and Dependency | Rayur. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.rayur.com/addiction-and-dependency.html