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  • Thermal Bath

The healthy thermal water & the healing cave

Health, bubbling from the depths

The Gasteiner Thermen, whose water is piped directly to our spa hotel in Bad Hofgastein, gushes from 17 different springs at the foot of the Graukogel. Most are located at an altitude between 1034 and 937 m, have a constant temperature of over 44 ° C and a constant content of the noble gas radon, which is at about 52-66.2 nCi/l.

The Gastein thermal water is a rather low-mineral water. In contrast to the many cold springs in the Gastein Valley, such as the world famous Gastein mineral water.

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Height heals

Your organism adapts to the altitude of the Bad Hofgastein spa region (800 m - 1200 m).

More red blood cells are produced and the ability to deliver oxygen to the tissue is increased. With suitably selected movement therapies you effectively increase your performance.

Effective cure for rheumatic diseases

Your body gets new vitality and strength in the Gastein healing cave. Your muscles and joints relax and you receive new energy from the depths of the mountain. After a "trial entry" you will feel the positive effects on body, mind and soul!

  • Natural radon content: from 44 kBq / m³
  • Heat: at an air temperature of 37.0 to 41.5° Celsius
  • Relative humidity: from 70 to nearly 100%

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  • Classic indications for radon therapy

    Chronic pain and functional disorders in case of diseases affecting the locomotor apparatus

    Chronic inflammatory rheumatic conditions, in particular Bechterew disease (ankylosing spondylitis or spondylarthropathies), as well as chronic polyarthritis (rheumatoid arthritis)
    Degenerative diseases of the large and small joints (arthritis)Degenerative diseases of the spinal column (spondylitis, spondylarthroses, osteochondroses)
    Chronic discopathies, also post-operatively
    Fibromyalgia syndrome
    Non-articular rheumatism (non-inflammatory pain in the tendons and muscles)
    Psoriatic arthropathy or psoriatic arthritis
    Chronic arthritis urica
    Chronic consequences of accidents and sports injuries
    Neuralgias, neuritis, polyneuropathia

    Regeneration, circulation, and immunologic skin balance disorders

    Wounds that fail to heal, especially ulcus cruris
    Psoriasis (vulgaris)
    Slight peripheral circulatory disorders

    Functional disorders of the respiratory tract

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    Bronchial asthma
    Chronic sinusitis
    Hay fever
    Premenopausal and menopausal complaints