Aquatic Therapy Program
Aquatic therapy is used to treat many medical issues related to workers’ comp—including carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive-stress or overuse problems, and back, neck, shoulder and knee pain—with the goal to get the injured worker back on the job as quickly and safely as possible. Aquatic therapy is an effortless way for people to workout, with less pain, in a smoother, less jarring environment. The program is ideal for post-surgical rehabilitation, acute, or chronic injuries as well as obese patients. Multi-Specialty HealthCare Work Rehab's heated pool increases mobility, strength, and conditioning, while decreasing muscle tightness and reducing joint swelling.
Warm Water Aquatic Stretching and Exercise Classes
- Gain Strength
- Range Of Motion
Exercising in warm water is a gentle and effective way to achieve improvement of function in day-to-day activities. Aquatic Exercise combines both water and exercise. Water decreases the stress and impact on joints. It feels almost effortless to move in water which is why more and more people are choosing water as the ideal medium to gain strength, range of motion, and endurance.
Warm water exercise has many benefits...
- Decrease pain
- Increase functional mobility
- Improves balance, posture, and coordination
- Improves sensory feedback and body awareness
- Increase strength and range of motion
- Promote relaxation
- Trained professional staff
- Specially designed exercise equipment
A specially designed 53,000 gallon pool, which is constantly maintained at 93 degrees
Who Can Benefit?
- Those with...
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Those suffering from...
- Chronic Pain, Low Back Pain, Postural Dysfunction
- Muscle Spasms
- Weakness or lack of muscle tone
- Pediatric developmental delays
- Those recovering from:
- Knee, Hip, Shoulder Replacement
- Orthopedic trauma
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