thermal treatments

The therapeutic properties of our thermal waters have been acknowledged since ancient Roman times.

The water that streams from our wells is rich in beneficial mineral substances. It becomes enriched in the long subterranean path that starts in the subterranean basin of the Alpine foothills to finish, precisely, in our Euganean territory, flowing at a temperature of approximately 80°C.

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Hotel Terme Dolomiti

Hotel Terme Dolomiti

The water is the foundation of the maturation

and regeneration processes of the healing thermal mud, with recognized therapeutic and anti-inflammatory properties, whose effectiveness is guaranteed by a European certificate. The thermal mud is recommended for relieving physical and muscular pain, for reducing inflammation in the joints and treating osteoarticular pathologies. Our Hotel has a modern thermal spa for mud-balneotherapy and inhalation therapies, directed by a doctor specialized in thermal treatments and assisted by skilled personnel.


Before starting treatment, the guest must undergo a mandatory medical check-up.

It is a meeting with our health director who, after verifying the guest’s state of health, prescribes a course of treatment suitable to their pathology. The doctor indicates to the health personnel the precise type and the number of therapies to carry out, the temperature of the mud and thermal baths, the duration of the application, and possible areas of the body that must not be subjected to the mud (for example if the patient has capillary problems).

  1. The application of thermal mud on the body: A member of the staff applies a 5-10 cm layer of mud on the guest, scrupulously following the doctor’s instructions, and then covers it with a towel and a blanket, to keep the mud warm and encourage sweating. The length of exposure is approximately 20 minutes.
  2. After a quick shower to rinse off in thermal water, the guest is immersed for 8-12 minutes in a bath filled with ozone-enriched thermal water between 36-38°C. This bath is located in the same room where the mud is applied.
  3. The third phase consists of a relaxation period, during which the guest, in the warmth of his bathrobe, starts a sweating reaction induced by the mud therapy. The body lets go of the heat absorbed during the mud treatment. At least a half hour of relaxation is recommended.
  4. Finally a reactive massage follows which reactivates circulation and it works to relieve tension in the connective tissue and muscles, still warm from the mud treatment, with a minor sensation of pain.
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The concept of “Osteopathy” originates from the Greek words Osteon = bone and Patiac = disease.

Even though it has ancient origins, it was developed and standardized in the nineteenth century. In osteopathy treatment is performed with the hands. With this method, osteopathy identifies and treats functional disorders of the joints, spinal column and viscera that present as forms of “reduction of movement”. Doing so, the body is realigned, in order to cope with varying pathologies. The body as a whole is considered during the osteopathic visit and the diagnostic search, never losing importance, continues during the course of treatment so that the precise diagnosis can be pinned down and refined.

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Focus on:
Visceral osteopathy:

It is a branch of osteopathy that studies the existing relationship between the musculoskeletal structure and the internal organs. This synergy of techniques serves to resolve both problems of the visceral type (digestive, thoracic and abdominal pressure), and of the structural type if due to a visceral problem (for example lumbosacral pain caused by an irritable colon, or neck pain due to gastro-esophageal reflux). Osteopathy is especially helpful in the treatment of referred pain, which is pain felt in a different part of the body from its origin.

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Hotel Terme Dolomiti
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