Our research areas

  • In prospective, a clinical study to obtain an accreditation in phlebology.
  • Clinical studies are underway on the use of kinetic balneotherapy in patients with Parkinson’s disease.
  • Clinical studies are underway on the rehabilitation of patients operated on following a rotator cuff tear.
  • Covi’Therm multi-center study, IET -CHRU-SFKTm-UL, submission August 2020, start of inclusions June 2023
  • Research already carried out on gonarthrosis and ligamentoplasty
  • Social representations of the general population of Greater Nancy on the concept of environmental well-being in a spa context.

Our publications

2801, 2022

Natural mineral water

The article contains sections titled: 1 Introduction : 1.1 Drinking Water / 1.2 Importance of Hydration / 2 History / 3 Economic / 4 Definitions and Regulations / 4.1 European Union / 4.2 United States of America / 4.3 Codex Alimentarius 5 Bottling References

1501, 2022

characteristics of patients with knee and or hip osteoarthritis undergoing spa treatment the prospective Khoala cohort study

Knee and hip osteoarthritis (KHOA) are a source of functional impairment. With aging, the management of osteoarthritis (OA) is a major issue in the search for improved quality of life. Spa treatment provides short- and mid-term symptom relief without serious side effects. This study aimed to identify characteristics of patients with KHOA associated with use of spa treatment.

101, 2022

The 7th University of Thermalism

This 7th Université du Thermalisme is a virtual international gathering celebrating a very special occasion: the centenary of the International Society of Medical Hydrology and Climatology (Ismh), founded on December 9, 1921 by the Royal Society of Medicine.

101, 2022

Observational study of the effect of compression of the legs by the use of the non-tubular device Aquapress® in curists suffering from venous insufficiency in the thermal center of Bagnoles-de-L’Orne

Depuis 2017, l’établissement thermal de Bagnoles-de-l’Orne a mis en place un nouveau soin de compression pour le traitement des maladies veineuses : Aquapress®. Ce soin associe une compression vasculaire douce aux effets de l’eau thermale.

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  • Faculté de Médecine, Maïeutique et métiers de la Santé à Nancy
    Campus Biologie-Santé
    9, avenue de la Forêt de Haye
    BP 20199
    54505 Vandœuvre-Lès-Nancy Cedex

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