Indiba, electrotherapy and ultrasound

Ultrasounds are sound waves with a frequency that is inaudible to the human ear (above 20,000 Hz). In tissues, ultrasounds have numerous effects:

Trophic effect: Increased blood flow and opening of microcirculation;

Mechanical effect: oscillation of molecules and particles as a sort of tissue micromassage.

Huneke neural therapy

A complementary medicine technique used in the treatment of chronic pain and various diseases. It was developed in Germany at the beginning of the 1900s by the Huneke twins. It is now widely practiced in public and private facilities around the world.

Chelation therapy

Removal of heavy metals through infusion.

Percutaneous hydrotomy

A technique that is being developed in France thanks to the experience and research of Dr Guez, one of Dr Pistor’s students (the inventor of mesotherapy). In fact, hydrotomy can be considered as the evolution of mesotherapy.

This technique consists of injecting saline solution intradermally or subcutaneously. Numerous substances can be added to the solution depending on the patient’s symptoms.

Ionised oxygen

Developed by Professor Engler (iO2th®), this is an innovative therapy in regulative functional medicine.

After many years of research, Professor Engler was able to develop an instrument that allows personalised therapy to be performed based on a patient’s clinical status. The purpose is to rebalance the autonomous nervous system, the part of the nervous system that allows us to breathe without thinking about it.

Magnet therapy

The centre has two latest-generation magnet therapy systems.

This therapy consists of using low-intensity pulsating magnetic fields similar to those of the Earth’s magnetic field.


A therapy that stimulates the immune system by overheating the body.

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) joint therapy

A powerful concentrate of growth factors capable of stimulating tissue regeneration. Growth factors are molecules that can promote tissue repair and affect the behaviour of other cells, modulating inflammation and neoformation of blood vessels. PRP is able to act in a non-specific way on numerous tissues, stimulating their repair and regeneration.

Plantar reflexology

A technique that re-establishes the body’s energetic balance by using a special type of massage. By stimulating and compressing specific reflex points in the feet, which are energetically related to organs and systems, it exerts a preventive and therapeutic action on potential imbalances in the body. It is beneficial in the following conditions: joint pain, migraines, headaches, gastrointestinal diseases, menstrual disorders, mood disorders, stress, asthenia and insomnia.


Massage (from the Greek word massein, which means “knead”, “shape”) is the oldest form of physiotherapy, used by different civilisations throughout history to alleviate pain, relax musculature and reduce fatigue.

Lymphatic drainage

A massage technique that drains lymphatic fluid from tissues and reduces oedema.

Mud treatments

Used for muscle pain from sprains and bruises, migraines, osteoarthritis, gout, back pain and bronchitis.


A growing number of scientific studies show the importance of posture for the general health of humans. Posturology uses personalised re-education programmes, monitored through specific postural examinations.