Other Therapies


People all over the world suffer from back pain, neck pain, knee pain and joint pain, and in many cases ordinary methods of treatment cannot help them.

Kinesio taping is a method that is based on the natural healing of the body itself. It uses a specially developed tape which allows the skin to breathe and which enables a wide scope of movement. The tape contains no pharmaceutically active or adhesive agents. It is effective whatever the everyday situation you find yourself in, whether it be working, playing sport or taking a shower.

Kinesio taping can be used for head and neck pain as well as for back problems such as lower back pain and scoliosis. Use of the tape leaves no marks or scars. It has proven successful in the treatment of a range of sports injuries, including to muscles and joints, and for post-trauma support.


During the procedure a special inhalator is used through which a prescribed medicine is inhaled as aerosol.
As necessary, the effect of the drug may be cough alleviating, respiratory system relaxing or simply moisturizing and tranquillising.

  • An efficient therapeutic procedure in cases of various respiratory diseases by reducing inflammation and alleviating cough.


Salt therapy is a natural therapeutic method. During the session, dry salt aerosol is inhaled in the salt chamber. It is not only an effective and safe, but also a pleasant therapeutic procedure, during which it is possible to relax and listen to peaceful music.


  • reduces spasms in respiratory tracts and eases breathing 

  • liquefies the secretion in bronchi and makes it easier to cough out 

  • improves the organism’s immunological resistance, reduces allergic reactions and catching infections 

  • calms the nervous system


  • frequent viral infections, common cold, cough 

  • asthma 

  • chronic pharyngitis, sore throat and sinusitis 

  • bronchitis, follow-up therapy for pneumonia 

  • frequent otitis 

  • skin problems caused by allergens 

  • allergic cold 

  • skin eczema, atopic dermatitis 

  • psoriasis 

  • instability of the nervous system, stress, anxiety disorders 

  • insomnia 

  • joint inflammation 


  • acute infections with fever 

  • history of pulmonary tuberculosis or other severe lung diseases 

  • malignant tumours 

  • severe respiratory or cardiac insufficiency


Light therapy is a recognised method of treating winter depression and relieving spring fatigue. It is like an artificial sun which influences the body’s biological day/night rhythm and regulates the level of serotonin – the well-being hormone.

Tiredness, lack of energy, mood swings, drowsiness and increased appetite in autumn and winter are all symptoms which can be relieved through light therapy. The fact that these symptoms occur during the darker times of year may be connected to problems in regulating the level of the hormone melatonin in your body, which also tends to be higher than normal during the day. Light therapy helps to reduce the production of this hormone during the day and will leave you feeling more cheery. The light used in the procedure slows production of melatonin in the brain, thus reducing drowsiness and mood swings.

Light therapy is also very helpful if you suffer from sleep disturbances caused by jet lag and working at night.

In order to gain the maximum benefit from the therapy, it is recommended that you take a daily course lasting from 1-3 weeks which may then be repeated 1-2 months later. The course of treatment is most effective as a prophylactic.

Please note: Since light is absorbed via the retina, you must look directly at the light source for a few seconds every minute.

Duration: 30 minutes

 You should not undergo this procedure if you are suffering from:

  •  glaucoma,
  • an acute or chronic eye infection,
  • retina,
  • lens complaints (or if you lack lenses).

You should also avoid the treatment if you are taking medicines which are contraindicated in relation to light therapy (photosensitive preparations such as chloroquine, lithium and fluoxetine), tetracycline preparations, Daonil, Euglucon, Glibenese, Klorproman, Klorpromazin, Largactil, Melizid, Melleril, Mindiab, Neotigason, Orsanil, Rastinon, Roaccutan or Semi-Eugluco.


Treatment for urinary incontinence and the pelvic floor muscles

A new and effective method of lowering hyperactivity of the bladder using functional magnetic stimulation. The therapy allows soothing symptoms related to various types of urinary incontinence, facilitates faster recovery after surgery or postpartum recovery. The therapy is also effective for some types of erectile dysfunction as well as chronic pelvic or lower back pains.


The therapy is effective for treatment of:

  • urinary incontinence,
  • faecal incontinence,
  • postpartum recovery,
  • recovery of pelvic floor muscles after surgery,
  • chronic prostatitis,
  • urinary incontinence due to prostatitis,
  • erectile dysfunction,
  • menstrual pains resulting from poor blood circulation.

The procedure:

  • The therapy is simple and requires no special preparation.
  • During the therapy the patient remains clothed and sits in a comfortable chair. During stimulation, the patient focuses on aware contractions of the muscles being stimulated.
  • The therapy is non-invasive, painless and has no known side effects.
  • First improvement can be seen after a few sessions.
  • The therapy plan is determined individually for each patient by a doctor after an initial examination.
  • To increase the effect of the therapy the doctor may decide on using combined treatment (for instance, on using vacuum therapy).


Treatment SPA Tervis offers a unique opportunity to treat circulatory problems and to speed up the recovery process from injuries and abdominal / leg surgery with state-of-the-art vacuum treatment method.

The Vacumed device and the treatment method used in Tervise are unique in the Nordic and Baltic countries. Vacuum treatment can be used in wide range of indications (endocrinology, sports medicine, orthopaedics, vascular surgery, diabetology, etc.).

Vacumed – it is an innovative device for vacuum treatment with magnet therapy to fight the diseases of the blood vessels. The treatment principle includes affecting the legs and abdominal region with intermittent negative and normal pressure. This is similar to a pump or an "additional heart" effects.



  • Atherosclerosis, peripheral artery occlusion
  • Diabetic microangiopathy, trophic and other ulcers
  • Chronic Venous and arterial insufficiency
  • Prophylaxis of thrombosis and diseases of the blood vessels (myocardial infarction, stroke, etc.)
  • Aesthetic procedures (cellulite, obesity, rehabilitation after plastic surgery)
  • Dermatological conditions (psoriasis, neurodermatitis)
  • Impotence, prostatitis
  • Pelvic congestion for men and women
  • Rehabilitation and recovery for athletes, elevation of general tonicity


  • Phlebothrombosis, throbophlebitis, deep vein thrombosis (up to 8 weeks)
  • Infected wounds, burns
  • Acute inflammatory diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue (furunculosis, pyoderma, abscess)
  • Acute musculoskeletal trauma
  • Heart failure class III and IV)
  • Hypotension
  • Hypertension class II
  • Pregnancy

The treatment takes place in a pleasant relaxing environment.

This device is increasingly also used in sports medicine. The best known user of the device is the football hero Cristiano Ronaldo, who uses the device to recover from injuries.

Before starting the treatment we recommend that you consult a doctor. Our professional doctors can advise you gladly.


Pressotherapy combines the principles of the healing impact of physiological tissue drainage and massage. Special cuffs are placed around each leg or arm. The cuffs are then filled with air, resulting in pressomassage – regular alternation of pressure and pauses. The pressure created by the massage forces blood and lymph to move towards the heart, which improves circulation and metabolism of the cells, and reduces swelling. The excess fluid that remains in the tissue goes back into circulation.


  • Chronic swelling or swelling caused by surgery or trauma
  • Prevention and treatment of varicose veins
  • Heavy legs syndrome
  • Ischemic diseases of the lower limbs
  • Cosmetic surgery (e.g. liposuction)
  • Cellulite
  • Reduction of muscle tension after physical exercise or stressful work


  • Recent thrombophlebitis
  • Acute inflammation, infection
  • Bone fractures
  • Malignant tumours
  • Pregnancy from the 4th month
  • Serious heart of kidney deficiency
  • Tuberculosis
  • Menstruation