Outpatient Rehabilitation Aquatic Therapy
AQUATIC THERAPY PROGRAM:
Aquatic Therapy is an alternative form of rehabilitation that can aid a patient's return to peak physical performance. Patients perform exercises in a heated pool, which places less stress on joints and muscles and increases flexibility and mobility. A licensed physical therapist performs this special service in a group setting of 4-5 patients per class.
Who can benefit from Aquatic Therapy?
Almost any patient can benefit from aquatic therapy. However, the following conditions frequently benefit most from aquatics:
- Back surgeries or problems
- Orthopedics or sports related injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Total joint replacements
- Balance dysfunctions
- Multiple sclerosis