A procedure using heat transfer in hardening heated (55 °C) paraffin wax mixed with paraffin oil. Recommended for pain in minor joints as a result of arthritis.
A procedure using gradual heat transfer from mud or peat at a temperature of 46–47 °C to the patient’s body.
Heated peat from a natural healing source in Krásno – Čistá, applied according to the doctor’s prescription (localisation, temperature, period) directly to the affected area to a thickness of 4 cm. The subsequent wrap extends the period of body heating. The mud application contains a large amount of organic substances and minerals which can penetrate the body through the action of heat.
Peat pack is a hyperthermal procedure involving prolonged heat transfer to the patient’s body. The heated peat from the natural healing source in Krásno – Ćistá is applied according to the doctor’s prescription (localisation, temperature, period) using an application pack on the affected area. This heating results in increased blood flow to the tissue and whole body, releasing muscle tension and reducing pain. As well as its analgetic and regenerative effects, the application of wraps also has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects.