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Medical wellness at the Wiesenhof

Good for your heart!

 
The Wiesenhof is more than just a spa hotel. For all guests who would like to increase their fitness during their holidays we offer individual, holisitc concepts for a healthier life.

During three steps you get to know your body better before our trained vitality coach sets up your individual cardiovascular training programme.

Note: The following information and links to Wikipedia are for reference only. For individual disorders we recommend that you consult your physician!
 
Medical Wellness
Back Check according to Dr. Wolff
35 minutes
49.00 €
 
35 minutes
49.00 €
 
Strengthen your back!
We will measure the sagittal back contourand the mobility of the spine.

How are the back rates measured?
a) Using a so-called “back mouse” along the spine we will measure the length of the back, inclination of vertical and segmental angularity, Kypho- and Lordosie in the following positions:
  • Standing upright, arms hanging
  • Standing upright, arms stretched forward holding 2kg weight in your hands
  • Bent forward
b) With Dr. Wolff™ Back Check we will measure everyday conditions in the upright position.
 
 
Cardio Scan
20 minutes
29.00 €
 
20 minutes
29.00 €
 
Get to know your cardiac data!
We will measure your personal Fit-Level. Your Fit-Level depends on weight, BMI, age, sex, frequency of training and the so-called Cardio Stress Index (CSI). The CSI is calculated from heart rate variability and vital rates.
 
 
Learn more about your metabolism!
25 minutes
39.00 €
 
25 minutes
39.00 €
 
We will measure the basal metabolic rate. The basal metabolic rate is the amount of energy (per day) that the body requires to keep up its functionality while resting. For example when a person has a low basal metabolic rate and does not exercise much, this can lead to excess weight and to cardiovascular diseases.

How is the basal metabolic rate measured?
During a resting spirometry, i.e. on a comfortable deck chair with view to Lake Achensee, you will breathe into a mask wiht a disposable mouthpiece for 15 minutes. The basal metabolic rate is calculated from the difference between inhaled and exhaled air as well as the respiratory frequency. More information about the basal metabolic rate