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Wellness Park Hotel III

The hotel’s interior design is closely connected with the celebration of Nowruz — one of the most important components of the cultural legacy of Uzbekistan. In 2009, this holiday was inscribed on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
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Wellness Park Hotel Bactria: Spine & Joint Center

The hotel’s interior design is closely connected with the celebration of Nowruz — one of the most important components of the cultural legacy of Uzbekistan. In 2009, this holiday was inscribed on UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

The word “Nowruz” has a Persian origin and represents a combination of two words: “now” means “new” and “ruz” means “day”. According to the Old Persian calendar, this is the first day of the year and the beginning of spring.

The hotel specializes in the musculoskeletal system, spine and joint disorders. Guests can benefit from the following specialists working at the hotel: neurologist, osteopath, reflexologist, chiropractors, and physiotherapists. Special programs offer spinal disc herniation treatment and prevention by introducing chondroreparants and autogenous plasma. The wellness treatments also include massage, mud therapy, healing shower, infrared sauna, pressure therapy, shockwave therapy, and rooms for group and individual exercise therapy.

The offered wellness programs are designed for 3 or more days of stay.


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