The thalassotherapy treatment is a well-known and widely used health procedure with a long list of benefits and very few contra indications. A good choice for almost all of us.
This April Wellbe took care of a nice group from Sweden, with people coming from both the south of Sweden and the Stockholm area and we had great time.
My dear friend Marina has recently moved from Pula to Copenhagen. This is an exciting move for Marina because she was offered an interesting job in the “Second Opinion Clinic” for complementary medicine in Copenhagen.
The town of Opatija, with its numerous hotels and spa centres, is focusing on offering its guests an oasis of health and wellness at the end of winter and just before the spring starts knocking on the door. At least, in our part of the world!
The first Croatian congress of psoriasis gathered experts for this chronic skin disease, domestic and foreign patients' associations, at the Naftalan Special Hospital in Ivanić Grad last weekend.
But now, in February, when winter winds blow and only 100 kilometres from the seashore there is deep snow, it is not so simple to imagine swimming in the open sea.
One of the purposes of our work is to offer help for international travellers of any kind when they are in Croatia and when a need arises. We can certainly tick on that one with good feeling and confidence in our doctors - partners and in ourselves as swift facilitators.
We constantly learn and this is the fact that makes people awake, motivated and then eager to implement new knowledge into their work or daily routine. One of my first lessons this year relates to improving the website by making it accessible for people with disabilities.
With these nice thoughts about music in our lives, we wish you great year. Music is of central importance to most of us, but we’re extremely picky not just about what music we listen to, but also about when we do so.
Sadly, but it is not always possible to reverse the flow of a disease; one of such situations is dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that accounts for about 50–75% of all cases of dementia.