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    Druskininkai is a wellness center with mineral water procedures, treatment programs, a 4 star hotel, SPA bar with a special menu, restaurant, leisure center with the games of bowling, darts and café, winter garden and large conference center. You will find all these facilities under one roof. This SPA center is located in the oldest and biggest Lithuanian health resort Druskininkai, situated on the bank of the Nemunas river, in the center of the town. Treatments are based on using mineral water, therapeutic mud, kinesitherapy and vertical baths. A nearby mineral water spring is the greatest SPA VILNIUS treasure, supplying highly mineralized water directly to the health center. Mineral water, rich in curative properties and curative mud are as good as in the most famous European sources.


    Treatment programs at Druskininkai are particularly recommended for the following indications:


    • Musculoskeletal system
    • Cardiovascular system
    • Digestive tract
    • Respiratory system
    • Nervous system
    • Metabolism processes
    • Kidneys
    • Skin



    Druskininkai treatment procedures:

    The treatment in Druskininkai always begins with visiting a doctorbalneologist, who will appoint the course of procedures that depends on the nature and course of the main and supportive diseases. For the exact and complete doctor appointment of medical procedures you need to show the results of medical surveys and analyzes, which should better be carried with you.

    The individual curative course is composed of:



    Hydrotherapy, which is divided into such areas:


    1. Mineral water drinking treatment course, appointed in case of digestive tract, metabolism or kidneys diseases. Depending on the specific indications, doctor-balneologists appoints taking cold, warm or hot thermal mineral water in different doses and at a different period of time before or after the meals. Druskininkai thermal mineral water has a great effect on metabolism, kidneys, digestive tract, reduces painful effect. Drinking thermal mineral water is held in many sanatoriums of Druskininkai.


    2. Mineral water procedures based on thermal water (mineral baths, pearl baths, vertical baths, carbonic baths). Generally, the course includes not less than 10 procedures with the duration up to 20 minutes each, using water of different degree of mineralization and temperature (the higher mineralization of water is, the greater its effect on the organism). The thermal water improves the circulation of blood, the work of cardiovascular system, metabolism processes, promotes tissue regeneration. However, thermal baths are not only used for treatment and rehabilitation, but also recommended as a preventive measure for healthy people.


    3. Fango-therapy includes mud baths and applications, and has the thermal, chemical and mechanical effects on the organism at the same time. The mud baths have the greatest effect because during the procedure there are a lot of microelements that get into the body through the skin pores. They accumulate in the skin, increase the metabolism and accelerate the recovery processes in the organism. Mud procedures are used for musculoskeletal system treatment, gynecological, urological diseases, chronic inflammations, including gynecological.


    4.Physiotherapy (massage, individual and / or group classes in gym / pool). Physiotherapy is usually irreplaceable during the rehabilitation therapy for diseases of the musculoskeletal system because it helps to recover and improve the mobility of joints and limbs.


    5. Electrotherapy (magnetic therapy, ultrasound, laser, galvanization, therapy interferential currents, amplipulse therapy, electrophoresis, light therapy), that has anti-inflammatory anesthetic, stimulating effect on the diseased organs or areas of the body.


    6. Diet-therapy is the main condition for the effective treatment of the digestive tract.



    Druskininkai treatment contradictions:


    All disease in the acute phase

    Acute infectious diseases

    Blood diseases in the acute stage


    Repetitive and / or excessive bleeding

    Tuberculosis in the active stage