Indications and contraindication


Rheumatic locomotory disorders

degenerative rheumatism – arthrosis, spondylosis
chronic inflammatory rheumatism – arthritis, spondylitis
abarticular rheumatism – tendinitis, tenosynovitis, scapulohumeral periarthritis, epicondylitis

Traumatic and orthopedic locomotory disorders:

sequelae of post-fractures, contusions, dislocations, sprains, musculoskeletal ruptures, vicious postures

Nervous system disorders:

neuralgia, various neuritis, spastic and hypertonic syndromes

Genitourinary disorders:

chronic metroanexites, cervicitis, chronic inflammatory processes, postoperative adherent states, dysmenorrhea, sterility, impotence, frigidity


scoliosis, kyphosis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, otitis, sinusitis, bronchitis, nasal polyps


Arterial Hypertension, angina pectoris, stroke, myocardial infarction, heart rhythm disorders, heart failure, thrombophlebitis, uterine fibroids, ovarian cyst, pulmonary tuberculosis, acute phase of any infectious disease, venereal disease, pregnancy, epilepsy and psychiatric disorders, haematological diseases, alcoholism

Recommendations and balneo risks

  • 2 sessions/year, each with 10-12 baths, at a 6 months interval
  • a bath cannot exceed 30 minutes
  • after 5-8 days, the effects of the “balneo crisis” can appear (headache, asthenia, adynamics, insomnia, palpitations)

The risk of interpersonal contamination in salt baths is excluded!

With the exception of a small crustacean called “artenia salinas”, no virus, fungus, bacterium or other organism survives in such an environment

Attention !!! Failure to comply with recommendations and contraindications is at your own risk.

Salt water chemical composition:

Chlorine 78 g / l, Sodium 50 g, Calcium 3.22 g / l, Magnesium 1.79 g / l, Brom 0.88 g / l, Ammonium 0.35 g / l, Potassium 0.24 g / Iodine 8.17 mg / l, Lead 2.22 mg / l, Iron 16 mg / l. Zinc 1.04 mg / l, Copper 0.49 mg / l.