Germany: Bad Elster Resort
Spa town of Bad Elster was founded in Gründerzeit in the heart of the Vogtland, which is worldwide known for its mild curative climate and unrivaled nature sceneries. Today, Bad Elster resort is known all over Europe. It is also the starting point of tourist attraction trails "Saxon silver path", which is considered to be Europe's largest open-air museum.
Bad Elster thermal springs and basic medical factors
Mineral thermal springs in Bad Elster have proved their healing and rejuvenating effect over the last one hundred and sixty years. To date, Bad Elster is one of the oldest resorts in Germany, which helps thousands of people to treat numerous diseases every year.
Water from Marienkvelle and Moritskvelle sources, which are located in close proximity to the area Badeplats, is used as part of a drinking cure. In total, eight sources of healing water are located here. And here you may also find peat mud useful for the treatment of skin diseases, vessels and joints abnormalities.
In addition to treatment with mineral water and peat mud, the resort spa program includes the following procedures:
- Mud and bath.
- Mud wraps.
- Therapeutic exercising.
- Medical bath with herbs and mineral water.
Who needs treatment at Bad Elster?
To achieve overall health and the immune system improvement standard wellness programs are recommended. They are suitable for almost everyone, except for patients with oncology and acute infectious diseases. In addition, there are the therapeutic indications for treatment in the Bad Elster resort. They include:
- Diseases and pathological conditions of the veins.
- Heart disease and peripheral vascular disease.
- Diseases of the nervous system and mental disorders during remission.
- Pathology of metabolic processes in the body.
- Disorders of the digestive system.
- Diseases of the skin.
- Diseases of the pelvic organs of women
- Diseases of the urinary-genital system.
- Abnormalities of the musculoskeletal system.
- Anatomic Pathology.
- Recovery from injuries and surgeries.
- Degenerative changes of tissues.
- Relaxed body.