Our thermal waters contain minerals such as:
These minerals act in a very positive therapeutic manner improving health in general.
At Casa Cieneguita we offer thermal water therapy with the goal of improving the quality of life of our residents in many ways.
For more information contact our Medical Director Dr. María del Rocío Acosta Reyes at firstname.lastname@example.org or our office at 442 402 1004 or 442 402 6110.
Dogs specifically trained for this therapy will visit our center to participate in an interactive way with our residents which activates dormant areas of their memory improving the quality of their lives in a direct positive way.
These exercises, offered by Jessica Guerra CFPT, are designed to provide a level of physical agility that can help, in cases of dementia or Alzheimer’s, to increase the level of wellbeing and physical dexterity. This therapy is offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday, in our thermal pool if weather permits.
Inside every person with a “dementia” problem exists a human being anxious to tell us the way they see life. We still have many obscure areas that relate to the causes of Alzheimer, but when certain precise techniques are performed, it is possible to wake them up even for a short moment that will produce a rehabilitating experience for our residents.
Dr. Kristin Pujári offers group therapy to residents to help identify and treat psychological and behavioral issues in our residents. This therapy is offered Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in two-hour sessions.
This therapy is also called music therapy. Once we know the personal history of the resident, it will be possible to wake up areas of the brain specifically in those that have “dementia” problems bringing them to a level of happiness similar to the joy they felt in the past when they heard the same music.
Thru specific guided sessions using improvised art, our psychologist. Dr. Katie Van Doren, can reduce depression and/or anxiety which produces chronic illnesses. It has been proven that imagination and creativity in convalescent patients can help realize unique potentials never lived before and attain a better quality of life.