Nauheim treatment


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Nauheim treatment (Med) Orig., a method of therapeutic treatment administered, esp. for chronic diseases of the curculatory system, at Bad Nauheim, Germany, by G. Schott, consisting in baths in the natural mineral waters of that place, which are charged with carbonic acid, and the use of a graduated course of rest, physical exercises, massage, etc.; hence, any similar treatment using waters artificially charged with the essential ingredients of the natural mineral waters of Bad Nauheim. Hence, Nauheim bath, etc.
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In literature:

In March, 1897, Sir William Lockhart went home, having been advised to undergo a course of treatment at Nauheim.
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