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About us

SALT WAVE is the only Halotherapy Medi Spa in Canada that has a partnership with Dr. Matteo Gelardi who works at POLICLINICO DI BARI in Italy. 

At SALT WAVE we use controlled halogenerators imported from Eastern Europe.  Cheap versions of halogenarators available in the market of "halotherapy" run uncontrollably and without sufficient grinding of salt particles to the respirable fraction.

 

Moreover the cheapness of such marketed devices keeps operating costs high (capsules of milled salt, high consumption, special cleansing materials) and poor quality leads to numerous outages during operation and therefore costly repairs and downtime of salt room business. 

 

Why do you need salt therapy technologies with controlling sensors?

 

Specialists have noticed that uncontrolled aerosol supply in many salt rooms is causing overconcentration that may be dangerous for many patients. Halogenerators must control aerosol concentration to keep the salt room environment safe and beneficial according to halotherapy standards. Today's market claims of providing accurate aerosol concentration and maintaining it during a session without "feed back" of sensors installed inside the room are not true