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Physiotherapy

Antispastic Kinesiotherapy

Antispastic Kinesiotherapy

This therapy is carried out using a special electronically-controlled device. It has a special anti-spasm function and takes advantage of the alternating phases of muscle movements. The machine applies dynamic movement to the lower and upper limbs. In cases of minimal muscle movement, an electric motor can assist. The advantage of the device is that it can record any active movement which the person makes through their own strength, thus progress can be monitored. The anti-spasm function works by stopping and automatically moving back, thereby resulting in dissolution of the spasm and a reduced frequency of spastic complications. The treatment results in the strengthening of muscles, better mobilisation of joints and the self-reliance of the guest. It is used in conjunction with ergo-therapy, the rehabilitation path and other types of physiotherapy treatments.



Type: Medical
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Autogen Training

Autogen Training

Autogen training is one of the most well-founded and most researched relaxation techniques, and works by strengthening the natural self-healing mechanisms of the body. This is the only “mind and body” technique whose origins are the results of medical research. Autogen training enables controlling stress by teaching relaxation of the autonomic nervous system. The “switch” to a relaxed state can be achieved through well-performed practice; this means that we are able to regulate our physical and psychological self according to our needs. It is recommended for those who would like to learn to consciously relax their bodies, calming their mental state and general well-being.



Type: Wellness, Medical wellness
Purpose: de-stress
Duration of treatment: 20 - 30 minutes
Doctor's prescription: not needed
Where is it available?

Diadynamic Stimulus Current Therapy

Diadynamic Stimulus Current Therapy

This treatment uses a mixture of electric currents, (both galvanic and impulse), which have an inhibitory or facilitatory effect, depending on the frequency, intensity and other parameters. The result is both pain relief and an improvement in circulation. In general, the treatment is prescribed for conditions such as sprains, bruises, oedemas, joint and spine deterioration and disc degeneration.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 5 - 20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Ergo-Therapy

Ergo-Therapy

Ergo-therapy is a specific type of rehabilitation designed to improve the functional ability of the body for day-to-day activities, with the aim of improving self-reliance and independence. Based on the type of condition of the client, ergo-therapy exercises mainly focus on the hands and arms, ankles, and also the neck, head, chest and spine. Sometimes the disorders are connected to problems with mental, cognitive functions and speech. In such cases it necessary that the ergo-therapy, psychologist and speech therapist cooperate with each other.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 10-20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Foot Reflex Massage

Foot Reflex Massage

The main principal of reflexology is based on the fact that in the human body there are more than 70,000  nerve endings located in the foot. These nerve endings connect to internal and external organs throughout the body, through energy channels. This massage specifically targets the hands and feet, stimulating the nerve endings to produce a general healing effect. In particular, it has a positive ‘reflex’ effect on the blood circulatory and lymphatic systems, the immune system, and regulates the functioning of the endocrine glands. The massage also has relaxing and pain-alleviation effects particularly effective for back pain and headaches. It can also help with cases of anxiety, insomnia and digestive system disorders.



Type: Medical, Wellness, Medical wellness
Purpose: de-stress, re-energizing
Duration of treatment: 20-40 minutes
Doctor's prescription: not needed
Where is it available?

Full Body Medical Massage

Full Body Medical Massage

Performed by qualified masseurs, the medical massage, sometimes referred to as the ‘classical’ massage, uses a variety of techniques during treatment. The massage generally targets areas where secondary changes have occurred as a result of injury somewhere in the body. Its aim is to speed up the recovery process by improving circulation to the problematic area. As well as improving blood flow to the targeted region, it can relax or stimulate muscles and mitigate pain. The massage is normally conducted in the following areas: back, arms, lower extremities, stomach, chest and neck. Depending on which areas are targeted, this is either referred to as a ‘partial’ or ‘full body’ massage.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Purpose: de-stress, re-energizing, detoxification
Duration of treatment: 30-50 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required in some places
Where is it available?

Group Therapeutic Exercise

Group Therapeutic Exercise

Therapeutic exercise is a crucial part of the recovery process and instrumental to any rehabilitation program. This therapy is led by an expert physiotherapist, normally for a group of guests with a similar diagnostic profile. An example of our classes includes therapeutic exercise for spine or joint conditions, osteoporosis, obesity, vascular conditions of the brain and exercise for cardiac patients. The therapy uses exercises designed to relax overloaded muscles, strengthen weak muscle groups, improve joint, spinal and pelvic mobilisation,and strengthen static/dynamic functions necessary for correct body positioning. An inseparable part of these classes are breathing exercises, in addition to training for speed, agility, endurance, balance, strength and overall fitness.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Purpose: re-energizing, weight loss
Duration of treatment: 20-30 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required in some places
Where is it available?

Group Therapeutic Exercise on Aquabike

Group Therapeutic Exercise on Aquabike

This unique exercise is conducted in a pool at a temperature between 36 -37°C. It uses the same principles of cycling on land, except of course the bike is submerged in water. The exercise session is led by a qualified physiotherapist. Due to water resistance, it is very effective in improving mobility, general cardiovascular health and strengthening the legs.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Purpose: re-energizing, weight loss
Duration of treatment: 20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Individual Intimate Exercise

The individual intimate exercise is conducted by a physiotherapist, by recommendation. The treatment is effective for both prevention and rehabilitation. The therapy has the following benefits: increased awareness and knowledge, treatment of several types of incontinence, preparation for menopause, improving the condition of the body after abdominal surgery and improved function of the sexual organs.



Type: Wellness, Medical wellness
Purpose: re-energizing
Duration of treatment: 20 - 40 minutes
Doctor's prescription: not needed
Where is it available?

Individual Pilates

Individual Pilates

The Individual Pilates exercise session is led by a physiotherapist, and is personally tailored to the individual physical condition and goals of the guest. This exercise form is excellent for improving stability in the torso and increasing flexibility in the legs, which in turn helps minimize back complaints. In addition, Pilates is an excellent therapy for improving breath control, rehabilitation and prevention. The session also includes mind-body focus, exercises for muscle tone, balance, breathing and stretching.  Guests with osteoporosis and high blood pressure should first check with a doctor before booking a session.



Type: Wellness, Medical wellness
Purpose: re-energizing
Duration of treatment: 40 minutes
Doctor's prescription: not needed
Where is it available?

Individual Sling Exercise Therapy

Individual Sling Exercise Therapy

Sling exercise therapy is a special form of individual remedial gymnastics, which works by eliminating the influence of gravity. The body is placed in a special apparatus and put through a number of exercises led by a physiotherapist. This specialised method is suitable in cases of weak muscle strength, particularly if the person is not able to cope well with normal gravity resistance.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 15 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Individual Therapeutic Exercise

Individual Therapeutic Exercise

A qualified physiotherapist conducts all individual therapeutic exercise sessions as prescribed by a doctor. These classes are designed to maintain or restore physical mobility as well as develop functional capabilities. The therapy includes active and passive movements as well as mobilisation and manipulation. Other methods may include visualisation, active muscle contraction, active assisted movements and free active movement. An inseparable part of these classes are breathing exercises in addition to training for balance, strength and flexibility.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Purpose: re-energizing, weight loss
Duration of treatment: 20 - 30 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Maitland Therapy

Maitland Therapy

This therapy, originating from Australia, is a speciality of the Danubius Hotel Helia. The therapist first conducts a detailed examination to determine the origin of the pain (muscle, joint or bone), then with sensitive, small, gentle movements tries to remove the area of pain blockage.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Duration of treatment: 30 minutes
Doctor's prescription: not needed
Where is it available?
Hungary

Manipulation and Mobilisation Therapy

Manipulation and Mobilisation Therapy

This is a manual technique used for the treatment of joint ‘blockages’ that cause pain and restrict movement and may also cause reflex changes such as aches and spasms. In most cases, these are in the so-called ‘joint’ sections of the spine. The purpose of the treatment is the release of the segment and the restoration of a freely-moving joint. First of all, the problem area is overstressed, and then the ‘blockage’ is released through a small quick movement with mild force. This technique is continued using short repetitive movements, starting from a marginal to a neutral position, without impact but permanent overstress. This results in a mitigation of the ‘blockage’ or even in its direct elimination. This manipulation should be carried out by a specially-trained and licensed doctor. Mobilisation techniques, on the other hand, such as slower muscle pulling and release, stretching and others, are normally carried out by a qualified physiotherapist.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 10 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Manual Lymph Drainage

Manual Lymph Drainage

This is a specialised massage normally conducted by a physiotherapist which is intended to assist the lymphatic system, particularly in cases where there is or has been an irregularity. The massage involves light rhythmical movements of the hand, applied to the lymph nodes and the lymphatic system. It is this action that stimulates lymph node activity to cleanse the body and assist the flow of lymphatic fluid to remove toxins, debris, cell waste and dead particles. The massage is usually divided into the extremities of the body, with each extremity generally taking half an hour to massage.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Purpose: de-stress, re-energizing, detoxification, weight loss
Duration of treatment: 20-40 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required in some places
Where is it available?

Partial Medical Massage

Partial Medical Massage

After the doctor’s examination and diagnosis, a specific area of the body is prescribed for massage.  The aim is to stimulate blood circulation in this specific area, release muscle tension and improve the mobility of the connective tissue and joint.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Purpose: de-stress, re-energizing, detoxification
Duration of treatment: 15-20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required in some places
Where is it available?

Peloidtherapy Briefing

This is an individual session prior to peloid therapy treatment, during which the physiotherapist gives a briefing on the exercises that will later be performed in the healing mud. During this briefing, the physiotherapist gives a demonstration and then conducts gentle joint mobility exercises. This ensures maximum effect and benefit from the actual peloid therapy treatment, which is conducted in the mud itself.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Peloidtherapy for Hands

This treatment is carried out in a small tub filled with natural healing thermal mud. The hands are immersed in the mud, and then put through a number of exercises under the direction of a physiotherapist. The treatment is especially effective in improving the mobility of the hands, utilising at the same time the healing properties of the mud. The therapy results in a reduction of local swelling around the joints in the wrists and hands, as well as an overall easing of muscle tension in these areas.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Rehabilitation Path

The rehabilitation path is a specially-designed outdoor path, used for rehabilitation purposes to assist in improving the walking and balance capabilities of the body. The path consists of rails to assist walking as well as a series of obstacles and various natural terrains such as slopes and uneven surfaces. The class is supervised by a skilled physiotherapist, who guides and directs the client through appropriate sections of the path, with the aim of improving nerve/muscle function abilities, general mobility and walking skills.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required

Segment and Connective Tissue Massage

Segment and Connective Tissue Massage

This uses a very specialised massage technique, targeting nerve connections and endings. The massage is carried out in one of four areas: the head and neck, the back, the chest or the pelvis. Using the thumb and forefinger, the masseur presses firmly along short or long, direct or curved lines. This massage action is very particular and not only promotes healing in the area being massaged, but through a ‘reflex’ effect it promotes healing in the entire body, which is why it is sometimes referred to as a ‘reflex’ massage. In addition, it has been found to be very effective in relieving stress, fatigue, sleep and digestive disorders and high blood pressure. The massage is a very sensitive body intervention that can have certain unexpected side effects, such as short breath, stomach pain, the lowering of blood pressure and sudden fatigue. As a result, prescription is given with care and under the guidance of a doctor.



Type: Medical, Wellness, Medical wellness
Purpose: de-stress
Duration of treatment: 15 - 30 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required in some places
Where is it available?

Soft Techniques with the Ortho-Binomic Metod

The Ortho-Bionomic method is a non-invasive, soft and gentle procedure. This method is administered through clothing. It relieves muscle tension quickly, simply and painlessly. The treatment is conducted with extreme care and attention, as the therapist evaluates each position and when tension in the body is released or ceases. This treatment is recommended for joint pain, limitations and dysfunctions, chronic back and neck pain, muscle pain, posture problems, migraine, stress, or insomnia.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 20-40 minutes
Doctor's prescription: not needed
Where is it available?

Traction

Traction

Traction therapy is a passive procedure that uses mechanical force to induce stretching of the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, sinews, joint capsules). This pulling force during the traction treatment is either constant and continuous or intermittent. In dry traction, the physiotherapist can position the client (by hand, belts or sand bags) specifically to target and/or isolate the joint or part of the body that needs attention. Mechanical traction is carried out using a bed on which the angle can be adjusted, and a T-bar with weights utilises the effects of gravity. In some places, the treatment is carried out on electronic traction beds. Generally, the procedure lasts 20 minutes and has to be prescribed by a doctor, who specifies the type, intensity and location of the traction.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 10 - 20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound uses sounds of high frequency and intensity that are converted to mechanical and heat energy. 30% of this mechanical energy results in a type of micro-massage in the tissues of the body that are targeted, resulting in heat generation. The treatment is administered by placing the head of the device in continuous or pulse application into the skin, which has been given a coating of paraffin oil or conductive gel. The depth of impact varies between 2-6 cm and the effect stimulates the molecules, causing subsequent chemical reactions. It also improves blood circulation as well as nutrition of the tissues with an analgesic and antispastic effect. The site of application needs to be prescribed by a doctor, but it is generally an area that is in pain or in need of relief.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 5 - 15 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Verticalisation

This treatment is mainly recommended for guests that are disabled and using a wheelchair. It is carried out on a special electronic bed where the guest's position changes from horizontal to vertical. This is held in place for 20 minutes, before returning back to the horizontal position.  This treatment has a positive effect particularly for guests who are often in one position for long periods of time due to disability.  It helps to improve blood circulation, strengthens the muscles of the lower body and improves elasticity in contracted tendons.



Type: Medical
Duration of treatment: 20 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required
Where is it available?

Water Rehabilitation

Water Rehabilitation

Water rehabilitation, perhaps better known as ‘physiotherapy in water’ or ‘hydrokinesistherapy’ is conducted in water at a temperature of approximately 33 °C. In most of our spas the water used will be natural thermal water and the exercises lead by a qualified physiotherapist. Because of the buoyancy, resistance and chemical effects of the water, it is very effective for persons with degenerative diseases of weight-carrying joints in addition to post operative rehabilitation. Water rehabilitation is either conducted in groups with guests of a similar diagnostic profile or even individually.



Type: Medical, Medical wellness
Purpose: re-energizing, weight loss
Duration of treatment: 20 - 30 minutes
Doctor's prescription: required in some places
Where is it available?
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