- Aquatic Therapy is a method of exercising that creates a near zero gravity setting, so it takes almost all of the weight off of your joints.
- Therapeutic exercise in water improves blood circulation that can facilitate healing and decrease swelling in the lower extremities.
- Since water resistance is accommodating, patients in aquatic therapy can safely use different muscle groups and have stronger muscle contractions than is they were exercising on land.
- Other benefits of aquatic therapy include increased range of motion, improved balance and coordination, normalization os muscle tone, protection of joints during exercise, and reduction of stress.
For more information on Aquatic Therapy, please contact us by phone at (813) 754-1062 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.