Aquatic therapy is an ideal method to relieve pain and improve function. Water provides a fun, comfortable environment to re-initiate limb and body movement. Conditions treated in the pool can be acute, transient or chronic. The Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation Institute defines it as: The use of water and specifically designed activity by qualified personnel to aid in the restoration, extension, maintenance and quality of function for a person with acute, transient, or chronic disabilities, syndromes or diseases.
What is Aquastretch?
The purpose of AquaStretch is to restore (not increase) flexibility, and support balanced, symmetrical function How are massage and AquaStretch different? Massage focuses on the muscles, AquaStretch focused on the fascia.More
What is Hydrotherapy?
Aquatic therapy is the process using the water's properties as the primary therapeutic medium. It actively and passively rehabilitates musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiopulmonary conditions.More
Hands On Therapy
What is Hands on Therapy?
A combination of techniques including soft tissue manipulation, massage, myofascial release, mobilisation and manipulation of joints and connective tissuesMore
Exercise & Therapy
What is Exercise & Therapy?
Therapy nearly always involves exercise of some kind that is specifically designed for your injury, illness, condition, or to help prevent future health issues.More