Warm water therapy is one of the oldest and most effective treatment options for people with physical disabilities, and is gaining acceptance worldwide in the healing of orthopedic and sports-related injuries because of its unique properties.
Structured aquatic exercises combine the physical properties of water and exercise. Buoyancy reduces the effects of body weight and weight-bearing forces so you may perform movements in the water with greater ease, and more importantly, less discomfort.
Exercise in water can also have profound physiological effects on the body, including:
Together, these translate into many positive outcomes for you, including:
Aquatic therapy is often used to treat the following conditions: