7 days – Rehabilitation Program (adults and children)
At Terme di Sirmione, hydrotherapy is used for patients suffering from secondary motor problems due to neurological disorders, in addition to the traditional rehabilitative methods. The rehabilitative intervention with this method makes use of the chemical properties of the thermal water and its physical effects (viscosity, resistance, floating, temperature, etc.). The apparent loss of body weight and the ease of movement due to the hydrostatic pressure induces significant psychological gratification as well as physical wellness in patients.
Conditions: Brain injury outcomes, medullary lesions, pyramidal syndromes, Parkinson’s Disease, plaque sclerosis, neuromuscular diseases.
This package includes
- 7 nights in a double room with breakfast
- Wellness half board. Tasteful and healthy menus, nutritionally balanced and with the highest quality ingredients.
- Medical check-up
- 6 days of Flex rehabilitative programme according to the customer client needs or prescriptions
- Free use of Thermal SPA with thermal swimming pool at 37° and sauna
- All hospitality services described in the section “Every package (also for companion who do not undergo treatments) includes”
Treatment and stay prices, per person, in a double room, half board
7 nights Rehabilitation Program and 6 complete thermal treatments
Rates starting from
- Mimosa room: € 990
Companion stay prices, in the same double room, half board
7 nights in half board (thermal treatments are not included)
Rates starting from
- Mimosa room: € 680
Health and Thermal Programs: Rehabilitation
Dr. Carlo Sturani
Scientific Health Director of Terme di Sirmione. Specialist in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), severe asthma, respiratory failure, intensive respiratory therapy, respiratory disorders in sleep, pulmonary arterial hypertension, interstitial pneumonia, bronchiectasis, prevention and early diagnosis of chronic diseases.
Terme di Sirmione has targeted its investments in both basic and clinical research to support the inclusion of new services and improve the offer of the treatments already provided. The activity, aimed at the continuous improvement of treatment protocols, the development of new services and the conduct of major research in the medical field, is coordinated by the Scientific Coordinator, supported by the Board of Consultants and conducted in collaboration with major university research centres, including through the financing of the Thermal Scientific Research Foundation (FoRST).