Nature Therapy Services
The nature is full of health mysteries.
Using scientific methods we have deployed it in treatment of our customers and improvement of their health.
The healing art of the Nature!
The connection with the earth and its systems are at the core of nature therapy. Thermal mineral springs are one of the most generous gifts of nature, which brings us health. Mineral springs have been used for their healing and therapeutic properties for centuries. The healing properties of hot springs come from their high mineral content.
Iran has a large number of mineral springs in a variety of minerals and temperatures. Rheumatic, respiratory, cardiovascular, gynecological, dermatological, gastrointestinal, and urinary-tract related diseases are the main problems that could be treated with balneotherapy. In fact, Balneotherapy is a part of crenotherapy, treating some disease with immersion baths, hydro massage, showers, mineral water injections, etc. and peloid (mud) therapy. Other parts of crenotherapy are psammotherapy (sand bathing), hydrokinesitherapy, and speleotherapy (exposure to mineral salts in caves).
Mudtherapy or mud pack could affect biological, and fundamental therapeutic traces including: anti-inflammatory effect, analgesic effect, myorelaxant effect, trophic effects, increased resistance to exogenous and endogenous pathogens, stimulating effect on many metabolic processes, and improvement of coenaesthesia. It is also good for primary and secondary osteoarthritis or osteoporosis-related problems, herniated discs, ankylosing spondylitis, common lumbar pain, periarthritis, extra-articular rheumatism, tendonitis, and fibrositis.
Psammotherapy has a biological effect due to a number of mechanisms linked to the: thermal effect, that is, a non-specific general or local action linked to heat (thermal therapy); chemical-mineral effect, that is, the biological effect due to the chemical-physical composition of the sand used. The main treatment indications for psammotherapy are similar to those for mud therapy: osteoarthritis, sequelae of traumatic injuries (fractures, distortions, etc.), extra-articular rheumatisms, chronic inflammatory rheumatism, etc.
Speleotherapy is a method that exploits the microclimate of natural cavities inside a rocky layer for treatment purposes. A key advantage of such an environment is that, once one is relatively far inside the cave, there is a microclimate. Each cave is characterized by the presence of traces of gases, thermal ions and a given level of radioactivity.