Pool Therapy

Aquatic therapy or pool therapy consists of an exercise program that is executed in the water. It is a valuable form of therapy that is useful for a range of medical conditions. Aquatic therapy utilizes the physical properties of water to aid in patient healing and exercise performance.

Immersing the body in water causes an increase in blood flow, which surely affects the musculo-skeletal system. Benefits of aquatic therapy include improved muscle tone and strength, prominent endurance and cardiovascular efficiency, improved self-esteem, enhanced healing after injury and recovery from intense exercise, enhanced mood, improved quality of life, increased circulation, improved suppleness and range of motion and increased balance and coordination.

Aquatic therapy has many characteristics that make it an ideal therapeutic low-impact activity for either an indoor or outdoor pool. For children with physical disabilities, the indoor pool provides a gravity-reduced environment that allows them to work on motor skills that may be difficult on land. Aquatic therapists help children with a diversity of special needs, including abnormal muscle tone, coordination difficulties and sensory processing disorders.

Aquatic Therapy is useful for:

  • Sports Injuries
  • Work Injuries
  • Post Surgical Rehab

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