Our Technology and Safety Standards

Our salt therapy sessions consist of sitting in a room with a controlled microclimate including dry salt aerosol. Salt Therapy has been clinically proven to benefit a wide range of respiratory and dermatological conditions.

During each session the air in the room is sealed from any outside pollutants as the medical device, grinds pharmaceutical grade salt into microscopic particles and releases negatively ionized dry aerosol micro particles of salt into the room. The principle component in recreating the natural microclimate of the salt mines in our clinic is the Breeze Tronic Pro medical device. The Breeze Tronic Pro medical device used in our rooms is the only Salt Therapy device to be officially approved by the National Health Service (NHS) of the United Kingdom.

A laser sensor in the room monitors the temperature, humidity, dry aerosol saline particle density and delivers instant feedback to the medical device. Salt and penetration levels must be strictly regulated for sensitive clients such as those with chronic asthma, COPD cystic fibrosis and children who could have attacks triggered if the levels of salt are not appropriate to their condition.

The surfaces of the treatment rooms are covered with natural salt which helps to maintain a stable hypoallergenic, hypobacterial environment throughout the whole session.  Surfaces such as handrests and the children's room table are wiped down on a frequent basis.

A modern air exchange system ensures that after each session, the room is fully ventilated resulting in the air being completely extracted and replenished. You can rest assured that the air you breathe is always perfectly balanced for optimum therapeutic benefit.

The active ingredient used in our salt rooms is pharmaceutical grade pure salt. The medical device grinds pure salt into super fine particles of between 1 – 5 microns. This process imparts a negative charge to the salt particles (negative ions) which are dispersed into the room in the form of a dry saline aerosol. Patients sit in the artificial Salt Cave breathing in the superfine, dry highly dispersed sodium chloride aerosol which reaches the entire respiratory tract. Once it interacts with the lining of the bronchi and alveoli, it dissolves and attracts allergens and bacteria which are later coughed up or leave the body via the blood stream.