Physiotherapy in Hotel St. St. Peter and Paul - Pomorie


PHYSIOTHERAPY - Physical therapy, also known as physiotherapy, comes from the Greek words fysis - nature and therapia - treatment. It is a set of tools and methodologies aimed at the prevention and treatment of various diseases. It uses natural factors such as sun, sea, healing mud, water, massage, motion and transformed factors (electrical current, ultrasound, laser rays, magnetic field).

Natural physical factors have been known since ancient times and are the basis of heat treatment, balneotherapy, mud treatment, hydrotherapy, climatotherapy and other physiotherapy-related fields.

We, the team of "St. St. Peter and Paul" hotel we have the most modern new generation devices. They are in our mud, lye and salt treatment center and are in operation since 2016. The devices are functionally positioned to serve two people at once. The procedures are performed individually under the pleasant effects of quiet, relaxing music. And the innovative and minimalist interior also contributes for the sake of more peace and comfort.

Depending on the condition of the patients, physiotherapy is mostly applied for:

- pain relief - analgesia;

- improving nutrition of tissues - trophic effect;

- improving blood circulation, facilitating venous outflow;

- stimulation of the glands with internal secretion - endocrine changes;

- improving the conductivity of peripheral nerves.

Also, physical therapy is used in diseases such as stroke, myocardial infarction, after traumas, childbirth, support for recovery after surgical interventions, and others.

Types of physiotherapeutic procedures

Electrical current treatment:

1. Low frequency currents:

Electrophoresis – a combined healing method in which various healing substances are introduced into the body through a galvanic current.

Diadynamic currents

Trebert and RS current - rhythm sync for electrostimulation

Lyephoresis - a combined method combining the beneficial effects of lye and low-frequency currents.

2. Medium frequency currents:

Interferema – bipolar and quadripolar interferema - crossed currents are used, particularly effective for cramps, joint and muscle pain, arthritis and arthrosis. A healing process in which crossed spasms penetrate the skin into the tissues and from there into the muscles, lymph, blood, and then transforms into heat that heals through electrochemical processes.

3. Ultrasound therapy

Ultrasound has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, affects diseases of the locomotory system, strains or muscle spasms and other complaints related to the peripheral nervous system.

Phonophoresis – it combines ultrasound waves with lye gel and gives excellent results using this method.

4. Magnetotherapy

A method in which permanent or variable magnetic fields are applied for therapeutic purposes. They in turn create a collateral vascular network with a vasodilating, anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory and counter-swelling effect. This is the only procedure that can be used in the presence of a foreign body in or over the affected area (gypsum, metal rods, etc.). In physiotherapy it is used for prophylaxis and treatment of diseases of the bone, muscular, respiratory and cardiovascular systems. This thrapy applied to people of different ages, no side effects. Typically, the action of the magnets can be felt after about a week of treatment of the problem site. It gives excellent results in fractures, operations, sprain, sciatica, lumbago and others.



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