The health of your eyes is promoted by a new, effective form of eye therapy in Bad Hall. The blood circulation-promoting, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effect of iodine brine is used for a variety of eye indications. We particularly recommend the treatment against "dry eye" - also called sicca syndrome!
Eye treatments in Bad Hall are effective for
- dry eye (sicca) syndrome
- chronic conjunctivitis and eyelid inflammation
- compensated chronic glaucoma
- Vitreous body turbidity
- degenerative changes of the ocular fundus (e.g. macula degeneration, secondary conditions of high myopia)
- Vascular diseases of the eye (e.g. arteriosclerosis, hypertension and diabetes mellitus)
- Diseases of the tendons
The bidding is on:
- Eye iontophoresis
During this therapy you "bathe" your eyes in special bowls in which the iodine brine solution is charged by means of a weak galvanic current. The iodine particles can thus also become effective in the depths of the eye - this treatment promotes and activates the cell metabolism.
- Iodine brine eye spraying
Special apparatuses spray dense iodine-brine mist against the eye, causing the cornea and conjunctiva to absorb the ingredients.
- Lipid eye spraying
This treatment against dry eye - also called sicca syndrome - causes an accumulation of the fatty part of the tear fluid. Here, an oil-in-water emulsion, which contains important components of the natural tear film, is finely atomized and applied to the front parts of the eye. We recommend that the lipid eye spraying is performed in combination with our basic therapy - eye iontophoresis.
- Eye training
Among other things, our eyes tend to stare when working at a computer screen and rarely blink. This leads to burning, reddened, dry eyes. Balancing eye gymnastics under expert guidance trains your eyes and regenerates them in a natural way.
The areas of application of iodine brine
The effect of iodine is used to prevent and treat the following diseases:
- Arteriosclerotic vascular changes (calcifications) and their consequences (calcification of the coronary arteries, condition after myocardial infarction, circulatory disorders of the legs (smoker's leg), condition after cerebral circulatory disorders (stroke))
- chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, frequent respiratory tract infections
- Chronic venous diseases
- Degenerative diseases of the locomotor and supporting apparatus
- Various skin and eye diseases