Balneology - definition of balneology by The Free Dictionary
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Related to balneology: Balneotherapy
The science of baths or bathing, especially the study of the therapeutic use of thermal baths.
; see bagnio
(Complementary Medicine) the branch of medical science concerned with the therapeutic value of baths, esp those taken with natural mineral waters
bal•ne•ol•o•gy (ˌbæl niˈɒl ə dʒi)
the study of the therapeutic effects of baths and bathing.
[1880–85; < Latin balneum bath]
the study of the therapeutic uses of various types of bathing; hydrotherapy. — balneologist, n. — balneologic, balneological, adj.See also: Bathing
A hydrotherapy treatment, this is the therapeutic use of natural spring waters or mineral waters.
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At the opening of the Third Balkan Spa Summit, the secretary of the Serbian Spa Association, Vladan VeškoviA,presented recognitions for years-long successful work to members celebrating their anniversaries this year and having merit for the fact that Serbian balneology
is among the best in Europe.
This location was the inspiration to create the luxurious spa center, whose philosophy combines the town's best spa traditions with state-of-the-art balneology
Sapropel sediments can also be used in the production of hydro, thermal, electric, and noise insulation plates, in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry, and balneology
His hymnological, balneology
and bibliophile interests developed out of his relationship with the Nuremberg president and scholar Friedrich Roth-Scholtz.
is largely used for the treatment of rheumatic diseases that are also common in Estonia (Saks et al.