How Does Hydotherapy Work? When the body is immersed in water, a certain level of buoyancy is achieved, making movement of weakened muscles or inflamed joints easier, safer, and less painful. The unique properties of warm water promote the relaxation of muscles and allow joints to move through a greater range of motion to ease…Find Out More
Hydrotherapy has long been recognized as one of the most effective forms of rehabilitation for a variety of physical conditions. People who have difficulty with land-based exercise, whether due to injury, surgery or disease, can normally start therapy earlier and often with significantly less discomfort.
The buoyancy, viscosity and thermal capacity of warm water allow for a low stress, environment in which to begin rehabilitation. The benefits that can be achieved are improved range of motion, increased flexibility, enhanced strengthening and activity tolerance, reduced swelling and improved balance and coordination.
Our pool is heated to the therapeutic temperature of 88 – 90 degrees F allowing you to move easier and without discomfort. We offer hydrotherapy in one-on-one and small group settings. Our staff is highly knowledgeable and can offer any modifications necessary to allow each participant to fully experience the benefits of hydrotherapy.
We are unable to offer hydrotherapy exercise classes at this time, however we are very thankful for our committed clients who participated in our program in the past. Please contact our office with further questions about our hydrotherapy program.