Rheumatological are used for ailments of the locomotive system and their associated traumatism, including bone, muscle and cartilage.
Inflammatory and degenerative rheumatic processes are the most susceptible to improvement with this type of therapies, in which the anti-inflammatory effects of certain types of waters are highly valued by sufferers of arthritis, osteoarthritis, sciatica and gout.
These treatments are also known to relieve pain from chronic illnesses such as osteoporosis, low back pain, herniated discs and other ailments of the vertebra, due to their certified action as an analgesic and in delaying the evolution of the process.
At the muscular level these treatments are useful in cases of contractions, tendonitis, and particularly in post-traumatic rehabilitation, as the recovery period is considerably reduced. In cases of muscular atrophy, their effects have been shown to tone the muscles and to increase motor function in patients with deficiencies.