Inhalation therapy is performed using medical apparatuses and vaporizing mineral water. It is administered through a jet in 12 10-15 minute sessions. This therapy is used to address the nasal cavities, pharynx and larynx.
Aerosol therapy is performed using medical apparatuses and micronized water and is administered through a mask, nasal fork or mouthpiece to address the hardest-to-reach areas of the respiratory system and sinuses.
Nabulization involves the administration of ICT in a large room, where water is nebulized through a compressed air jet.
Collective treatment, the nebulization is suitable for higher, middle and lower breathing apparatus.
The flow of thermal water is used to decongest the nasal cavity.