Electro-hydrotherapy with galvanic baths is a medical spa procedure that combines the beneficial effects of electric current with those of water. This therapy involves the use of baths into which electrodes are inserted and by applying an electric current directly into the water, therapeutic effects are achieved on the body.
During the electro-hydrotherapy procedure with galvanic baths, the patient lies in a tub or basin of water and electrodes are placed in the water to allow the electric current to pass through. Low, constant current is distributed evenly in the water, creating an electrical environment in which the patient is immersed.
The therapeutic effects of electro-hydrotherapy with galvanic baths can include stimulating blood and lymph circulation, relaxing muscles, reducing pain and inflammation, improving nervous system function and stimulating tissue healing processes.
This procedure can be used to treat various conditions such as rheumatic and musculoskeletal conditions, circulatory disorders, peripheral nerve damage, arthritis, skin diseases and other health problems. It is important that this therapy is carried out under the supervision of specialised medical staff and in accordance with the doctor’s indications and recommendations.