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Urinary Disorders

The urinary tract consists of several organs (kidney, urethra, bladder, penis or vagina) and bodily heterogeneous functions, but united by one single aim, represented by the removal of the toxins accumulated in the body through their expulsion in liquid form. Several diseases can affect the urinary tract, making urination difficult and painful, and promoting a…

Circulatory system Treatment

As with all machines that can border on perfection at a functional level, our circulatory system, whose dominance is crucial to the well-being and functioning of the whole organism, can be subject to a number of potential failures and imperfections that can slow his incessant action. Structured according to a scheme which provides for the…

Otololaryngological treatments

In the extended range of diseases and disorders affecting the otolaryngological system, there are different organs involved (ear, nose, pharynx and larynx), united by the presence of ducts and muscular structures able to connect the functions carried out each part and therefore reverberate the discomfort of a single element on the entire complex of the…

Myalgia

Myalgia is a localized or generalized muscle pain, originated from different causes of heterogeneous nature, that can produce physical pain whose extent and intensity may vary from simple persistent discomfort, until it assumes the proportions of a true disabling pathology. At the base of the most common kinds of myalgia, there is generally an excessive…

Rhinogenous Hearing Loss

Rhinogenous hearing loss is a particular pathology of the ear canal that is spread by contiguity to a process of inflammatory type present in the nasopharyngeal mucosa; it turns out to be, namely, a secondary disease that starts as a result of infections or dysfunctions located near the nose, ears and mouth. Mainly caused by the…

Metabolic Disorders

The term metabolism refers to a set of processes put in place by the body in order to break up proteins, fats and sugars found in food in other simpler substances, through which the human body gets the energy needed for its survival and to carry out the most diverse functions. In case of a…

Hematologic Disorders

The term hematologic diseases means that vast set of disorders relating to the presence of a deficiency or an excess of certain substances in the blood, associated with the possible occurrence of problems in the entire body. The spectrum covered by the hematologic diseases appears to be, therefore, quite extensive and includes common pathologies of…

Gynaecologial Diseases

Often persistent and debilitating from a psychophysical point of view, the various disorders that affect the female genital tract can find a natural solution in thermal therapeutic water, through thermal baths, vaginal douches or panties mud treatments, which relieve pain and general symptoms. Particularly suitable for the treatment of pelvic pain, adnexitis, cervicitis, vaginal discharge,…

Cellulite Treatments

Known through the commonly used term “cellulite”, the edematous-fibro-sclerotic- panniculopathy (or E.F.S.P.) is a cellular pathology caused by the accumulation of fat in the subcutaneous tissue and destined to reverberate in the production of aesthetic imperfections, located mainly in lower limbs, gluteus and hips. Cellulite results from the combination of water retention and fat accumulation,…

Liver and Bile duct Treatments

Often mistakenly classified as organ, the liver is actually the largest gland in the human body, in charge of the major number of organic functions, carrying out numerous actions to rebalance the metabolism and ensure its proper functioning. By virtue of the important role played in the process of decomposition of the plasma proteins, the…

Allergies Treatments and Poisoning

Because of atmospheric phenomena which vary with the increase of emissions of Co2 as well as an increasingly globalized nutrition, less attentive to the special needs of final consumers, the pathological phenomenology linked to allergies and poisonings is taking over recent years the size of a real medical emergency involving especially children, whose immune system…

Skin care

In addition to problems relating to the contact with atmospheric agents and a poor diet, our skin is often damaged by the presence of several pathologies originated in different organs and reverberated in the structure of the skin tissue. The most common diseases that can crack, flake, deteriorate or irritate the natural conformation of our…

Arthritis, Rheumatism, Traumatism

Arthritis, rheumatism and traumatism represent three different pathological conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system and are, as a whole, the main and most frequent causes of temporary or chronic pain conditions involving the human body. Arthritis affects over 10% of the adult population on a global scale, with sometimes invalidating effects, while the phenomenology linked to…

Vascular disorders

The vascular system is composed of a dense network of veins and arteries responsible for the blood circulation throughout the body and transfer the vital nourishment to every fringe area of the human organism. Due to the different functions performed by the venous complex, whose prerogatives depend on the size and the structure of its…