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6 Research Items
January 2008 - present
- Professor (Associate)
- Teaching: kinetotherapy, and geriatric rehabilitation to students at 3 years Specialization Balneo-Physio-Kineto-Therapy and Rehabilitation (BFKTR) and Balneo-Physio-Therapy to students at Faculty of Medicine
A bibliometric study of the scientific production presented at the World Congresses of the International Society of Medical Hydrology (WC ISMH) during the 2010-2019 period was carried out. For this purpose, the type of work, subject matter of work, geographical origin and institutional origin were analyzed in the abstract books. The Universities Co...
Romania owns almost 30% of European natural resources for balneotherapy/health resort medicine consisting in climate (relief, hydrology and vegetation, including salt mines and caves microclimate), mineral/thermal waters (for bathing and drinking cure), mud/peat and gases.
Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is associated with signifcant disability and increased so-cioeconomic costs. Until recently, available conventional therapies for AS were only palliative, and often failed to control symptoms at the long run. The aim of this study was to evaluate a cohort of patients with AS in order to determinate the possible associati...
Romania owns almost 30% of the European natural therapeutic resources consisting in: climate (relief, hydrology and vegetation, including salt mines and caves microclimate); mineral/ thermal waters (for bathing and drinking cure); mud/peat and gases. The main objective of this paper is to present the main actors involved in health resort medicine a...
Aim of the paper is to furnish information about the physic-chemical properties of sapropelic mud- defined like humid ground- before and after use in different therapeutic precedures, due to the amount of naturally contained radioactive isotopes like Ca47 and K40.
The main aim of the study is to evaluate the variation of acid-base balance of human body during peloidotherapy. The secondary objectiv is balneal safetyness for the patient suffering of joint degenerative deaseases and post-traumatic sequelles of the limbs, undergoing mud therapy. This paper work presents only the results obtained on pH variations...