Indication list of spa care for adults
|VI/3||Vertebrogennic radicular syndromes – 21/ P, K|
|VI/6||Conditions after injuries or surgeries of the central and peripheral nervous system with a failure of locomotion, with function recovery symptoms – 21 6/ P, K|
|VII/1||Rheumatoid arthritis I – IV degree (including juvenile arthritis) – 21 3/5 P, K|
|VII/2||Ankylosing spondylitis (Bechterew’s disease) – 21 3/ 5/ P, K|
|VII/3||Other seronegative spondyloarthropathies (psoriatic arthritis, Reiter’ssyndrome, enteropathic arthritis) and reactive (parainfectious) and secondary arthritis. - 21 3/ 5/ P, K|
|VII/5||Arthropathies accompanying blood disorders, endocrine, neurological and pulmonary disorders (haemophilic and diabetic arthropathy, acromegaly, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy, arthritis during reduced sensitivity of pain, etc.) – 21 P, K|
|VII/6||Metabolic disorders with joint affection (gout arthritis, jointchondrocalcinosis, ochronotic arthropathy, and others) – 21 P, K|
|VII/7||Primary and secondary osteoporosis (particularly caused by inactivity) predominantly with para-vertebrogenic muscular spasms - 21 P, K|
|VII/8||Painful syndromes of tendon insertions, from bursae, subcutaneous tissues, fat and muscles including conditions caused by work with vibrating tools and excessive one-way overload, extra-articular rheumatism, systemic and localised 21 P, K|
|VII/9||Hip joint arthritis continually treated 21 3/ P, K|
|VII/10||Knee joint arthritis continually treated 21 3/ P, K|
|VII/11||Osteoarthritis in other localisations ( including Heberden's polyarthritis with an impairment of hand and feet joints) 21 P, K|
|VII/12||Functional or degenerative vertebrogenic algic syndrome,continually treated – 21 P, K|
|VII/13||Idiopathic and other scoliosis with curve severity to 60 degrees according to Cobb, continually treated – 21 1/5 P, K|
|VII/14||Conditions after injuries to the locomotive system and after orthopaedic operations, including conditions after surgeries of intervertebral discs and stenoses of the spinal canal – 21 1/5 P, K|
|VII/15||Conditions after orthopaedic surgeries with the use of joint replacement – 21 1/5 P, K|
|VII/16||Pre-operation preparation before a planned joint replacement - 21 10/ P, K|
|X/7||Conditions after burns and after reconstruction procedures, where there is a risk for significant shrinkage of the scars, up to 6 months from healing – 28 1/ P, K|
Absolute contraindications (inappropriate)
- Malignancies without treatment or without completed treatment (treated malignancies are possible, but only with a written statement and approval of the treating physician – oncologist).
- Acute inflammatory conditions in general.
- Acute inflammatory skin disorders (erysipelas).
- Purulent skin wounds.
- Oedemas of kidney origin.
- Cardiac oedema.
- Oedema of liver origin.
- Acute phlebitis on the limbs.
- Acute thrombosis in the veins on the limbs.
Relative contraindications (relatively inappropriate)
- Bronchial asthma.
- Chronic bronchitis.
- Insufficiently compensated arterial hypertension.
- Ischemic and diabetic angiopathy (disorder of vessels).
- Painful or strong menstruation.