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Adler Spa Resorts launches medical programme
POSTED 06 Oct 2017 . BY Tom Walker
Adler Spa Resorts is the latest operator to introduce medical services alongside traditional spa treatments at a luxury resort.

Adler – which operates four spa resorts in Italy – will begin offering bespoke medical treatments tailored to each guest.

The Adler Med programme is based on a preliminary consultation during which guests meet with an in-house doctor to establish the state of their health.

The consultation includes a full medical check-up and various tests, with results generated within 24 hours at an on-site laboratory.

Each guest is then given a plan under one of five distinct categories – detox; weight loss and nutrition; stress management; prevention and diagnosis; or functional orthopaedics and thermal therapy.

Following the choosing of a category, programmes will be tailored to each individual, dependent on their personal needs, budget and the length of their stay.

“Whichever programme is followed, the Adler Med approach is holistic,” a spokesperson for Adler said.

“The programme is based on five core elements: diagnosis, nutrition, inner balance, exercise and treatments.

“This means that once diagnosis is complete, a personalised nutrition plan can be drawn up and recommendations made for exercise and treatments, as well as attaining inner balance.

“These suggestions may include complementary and alternative treatments and supplements – as several of the doctors are also trained in Indian and Chinese medicine – alongside traditional remedies.”

The Adler Med programme will first be introduced at two Adler properties – Adler Balance in the Italian Dolomites and Adler Thermae in Tuscany.

For more on the Adler Med programme, click here.
 


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06 Oct 2017

Adler Spa Resorts launches medical programme
BY Tom Walker

Each guest is given a plan under one of five distinct categories, including functional orthopaedics

Each guest is given a plan under one of five distinct categories, including functional orthopaedics

Adler Spa Resorts is the latest operator to introduce medical services alongside traditional spa treatments at a luxury resort.

Adler – which operates four spa resorts in Italy – will begin offering bespoke medical treatments tailored to each guest.

The Adler Med programme is based on a preliminary consultation during which guests meet with an in-house doctor to establish the state of their health.

The consultation includes a full medical check-up and various tests, with results generated within 24 hours at an on-site laboratory.

Each guest is then given a plan under one of five distinct categories – detox; weight loss and nutrition; stress management; prevention and diagnosis; or functional orthopaedics and thermal therapy.

Following the choosing of a category, programmes will be tailored to each individual, dependent on their personal needs, budget and the length of their stay.

“Whichever programme is followed, the Adler Med approach is holistic,” a spokesperson for Adler said.

“The programme is based on five core elements: diagnosis, nutrition, inner balance, exercise and treatments.

“This means that once diagnosis is complete, a personalised nutrition plan can be drawn up and recommendations made for exercise and treatments, as well as attaining inner balance.

“These suggestions may include complementary and alternative treatments and supplements – as several of the doctors are also trained in Indian and Chinese medicine – alongside traditional remedies.”

The Adler Med programme will first be introduced at two Adler properties – Adler Balance in the Italian Dolomites and Adler Thermae in Tuscany.

For more on the Adler Med programme, click here.



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