Information and Recommendations
Precarious | Thermal Season / Schedules | Recommendations
Although it is not mandatory, it is advisable to inform your family doctor or specialist doctor. Medical evaluation is fundamental to the success of the treatment and the more information is made available to our hydrologist, the more appropriate your prescription and the results will be. Bring the most recent exams and those that are relevant to your medical history.
If you want to take advantage of the National Health Service Reimbursement, the minimum duration of treatment is 12 days. It will be your Family Doctor who will give you a prescription for Thermal Treatment with identification of the respective pathology. If the reimbursement comes from one of the Health sub-systems (ADSE, ADM, SAMS, SSCGD, CTT, EDP or others) you will need to have a medical statement proving this need that you must attach to the invoice issued at the Spa. If you want to place Health Expenses on your IRS, you must have a medical statement for that purpose.
You should always bring equipment to use the pool (swimsuit, slippers and caps) and gym (training equipment and shoes only for use in the gym).
In order to receive you with the quality and excellence to which our customers have become accustomed, it is very important that you book your appointment. Doing so will help us to adjust the medical scale to minimize waiting time and ensuring that your appointment will take place at the scheduled time.
The thermal cure lasts an average of 2 weeks. However, shorter stays (7 days) are more and more frequent. Although it is not ideal, as you may not enjoy all the benefits inherent to the fulfillment of the appropriate treatment, the improvements felt with the accomplishment of shorter periods are reported as significant.