We harness the healing power of water to help our patients improve their strength and increase their flexibility through resistance and cardio-based activities.
Water-Based Physical Therapy
For People of All Ages
When pain due to injury or disability begins to impact your day-to-day life, physical therapy is a great treatment option. Aquatic therapy is a type of physical therapy that takes place in water, where your muscles and joints do not encounter as much stress from gravity as they would on land.
Using a heated pool and various therapy tools, you'll go through exercises intended to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and more.
If you are suffering with any of these conditions, you might be a candidate for aquatic therapy:
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What makes water such a great physical therapy tool?
Aquatic therapy is beneficial to people seeking physical rehabilitation in many ways. It provides low-impact cardio and resistance training that can strengthen the body without putting too much strain on it. Many people also find that the weightlessness of water helps alleviate pain during physical therapy exercises.