DOI: 10.23853/bsehm.2018.0631
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Abstract: Underwater traction hydrotherapy was invented by the Hungarian rheumatologist, Károly Moll, who has been developing this treatment since the fifties of the last century into a therapeutic option widely used in many rheumatology and balneology centers in Hungary. In contrast to non-immersion traction, underwater traction hydrotherapy in tepid to warm water affords improving the patient's condition without any risk. Previous biophysical studies have measured (taking into account the patient's body weight, hydros… Show more

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