An Oasis for Healthy Breathing




Salt Chalet Arizona proudly provides halotherapy to the greater Phoenix region with their state-of-the-art salt room. The room provides a unique microclimate that mimics the salt mines found throughout Eastern Europe. The therapeutic nature of these mines was first discovered many years ago when miners reported significant improvement in respiratory conditions after having spent hours below ground in salt mines.

The air in their salt room is permeated with negative ions, which clear breathing passages and lungs. Recent medical studies have shown that salt rooms can also alleviate other conditions, including snoring, common colds, seasonal allergies, wheezing, smoker’s cough, influenza and chest tightness. They look forward to providing you with a healthy breathing experience!

Leech therapy is also offered at Salt Chalet Arizona. Throughout human history, a well-documented natural medical aid has come from medicinal leeches. Hirudotherapy—the formal name for leech therapy—is making a comeback in the U.S., as an increasing number of people are looking for drug-free solutions for their health conditions. According to Salt Chalet Arizona, leech therapy has been used to successfully treat thrombosis, cramped veins, heart disease, tinnitus, bruises, rheumatism, hemorrhoids, muscle complications, and numerous other conditions.

Location: 5011 N. Granite Reef Rd., Scottsdale. For more information, call 480-621-6041, or visit SaltChaletArizona.com or ArizonaLeechTherapy.com.

 

 

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