AQUATIC POOL THERAPY
Aquatic therapy is performed in the water, aiming to rehabilitate patients after injury or those with chronic illness. It uses the resistance of water instead of weights, taking excess pressure off joints for better outcomes. Patients who have had difficulty with traditional therapy often show improvement with aquatic therapy. The goal is to transition patients quickly from hydrotherapy to a land rehabilitation program within 3 to 12 sessions.
Common Treatment Indications :
Post-op Joint Replacements, Spinal cord injuries, Post-op Spine surgery, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid arthritis, Stroke, Ankle/foot, Osteoarthritis, Inability to participate in land exercises.