Pool therapy uses the physical properties of water to assist in patient healing and exercise performance. The fastest way to recover from pain/injury is to begin the rehab process, but often pain levels impact one’s ability to start. Fortunately, the pain commonly associated with rehab can be decreased or eliminated in water due to decreased weight bearing on joints.
It’s cannon ball time, leave your pain with your towel.
It is very hard to stay active, lose weight and exercise when you have pain with every movement. Our Pool Therapy Programs are an evidence-based and skilled practice of physiotherapy performed in a warm, salt water environment. Designed to get you the results you are looking for without the pressure on your joints.
Warm salt water exercise assists with circulation, muscle relaxation, increased range of motion and
flexibility. The water’s buoyancy properties allow you to be active with less pain and stress on your joints and muscles and allow you to strengthen the supportive structures needed to decrease pain long term.
Pool Programs Available
1 on 1 Pool Physiotherapy
Expect a very individualized, injury focused treatment plan with one of our pool therapists. You will achieve the greatest gains when working with your own personal therapist.
Chronic Pain Pool Classes
Our chronic pain pool class is quickly becoming well-known for its amazing effects on decreasing chronic pain, speeding recovery, and improving quality of life.
Arthritis Pool Classes
These pool classes are designed to give you pain relief, increase range of motion and increased strength. Living with arthritic pain is no longer necessary when you can benefit from the water’s ability to take the stress off your joints. It is easier to be active when in warm water.
For more information about the awesome benefits of this useful therapy program please contact us today.
• Salt water
• Temperature 85+ degrees (approx.)
• Showers/change rooms
• Private environment
• FUN way to stay active
Conditions which benefit from Pool Therapy
• Back pain/Stenosis
• Total joint replacements
• Generalized muscle weakness