Our Facility has everything you need to get you back to your "comfort zone". Our indoor, 14,000 gallon private pool is maintained at a therapeutically warm 95˚F, year-round. Depth ranges from 3-5.5 feet with a gentle slope. A variety of pool equipment is available to incorporate into your treatment. ADA compliant chair lift, changing rooms, a bathroom and rinse off shower are conveniently located in the pool area. The pool size is perfect for 1:1 treatment as well as small group sessions.
WHAT IS AQUATIC THERAPY?
Aquatic Therapy is a specialized type of rehabilitation. It combines the beneficial physical properties of the water with skilled professional intervention to speed your recovery and maximize your outcome.
Simply put, aquatic therapy involves hands-on therapy techniques and specific body movements designed, taught and supervised by a physical therapist who specializes in aquatic therapy. Your treatment plan is tailored to achieve specific patient needs and goals. We use specially designed exercise equipment and we train you in specific exercise movements.
Whether you’re recovering from an injury or illness and need water rehab services, or you’re looking to improve overall fitness and sports performance, aquatic therapy can be ideal. Water provides natural buoyancy to reduce gravity’s effects and avoid joint strain, yet water is hundreds of times more resistive than air, so water-based exercise provides extremely efficient and effective results. Exercise in a warm water aquatic environment also provides social interaction, but exercise can also be done solo in your own pool. Our expert physical therapist teach you, support you and help you improve your quality of life
Aquatic therapy can benefit both the mind and body. Spending time in our therapeutic, temperature controlled, pool alongside your physical therapist can alleviate many chronic conditions. Exercising in our 14,000-gallon, indoor pool helps you recover from a variety of injuries and ailments and banish life-limiting symptoms, including:
- Chronic pain, including back pain, joint pain
- Traumatic brain injury patients
- Car accident injuries
- Sports injury
- Muscle spasms
- Circulation problems
- Heart disease
- Stroke recovery
- Neurological injury
- Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy
- Arthritis (osteo or rheumatoid)
- Balance problems due to muscle weakness on one side
Who Can Benefit?
Why Water Works
Aquatic rehabilitation can help a variety of conditions including: