Aquatic Physical Therapy
- Water's properties provide excellent resistance and cushioning for the body.

- Aquatic Therapy is applicable in a variety of situations including:
                            -increasing functionality

                            -improving mobility
                            -increasing endurance and/or range of motion

                            -cushioning joint while still progressing in a specified treatment program
                            -improving posture and body mechanics



-There are several conditions that benefit from Aquatic Therapy including:
                            -Osteoporosis                                    -Respiratory Problems
                            -Obesity                                                -Circulatory Problems
                            -Weakness                                           -Cardiac Diseases
                            -Pain                                                       -Post-Operation
                            -Joint Replacement                           -Multiple Sc


-Aquatic Therapy, along with being helpful in strengthening, is also an excellent method for rehabilitation. Especially for pat
ients who already have a hard time with gait and locomotion outside of the water.

-This therapy requires supervision by a PT (Physical Therapist) or a PTA (Physical Therapist Assistant). Preferably, these licensed professionals will have had prior education in the field of Aquatic Therapy on top of their degree in Physical Therapy.

- Aquatic Physical therapy is appropriate for virtually any age of patients ranging from children to senior citizens.

-Therapy sessions in the water can last up to four hours and can include a variety of exercises.

-For frequently asked questions concerning Aquatic Physical Therapy, Click Here.