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Aquatic healing is something most of us haven’t tried before. And in case you aren’t familiar with this form of exercise, its basically exercise performed in a pool. So what makes exercise in water such a great activity, and is this something for you?



Aquatic Therapy



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Imagine swinging your arms in the air, while your standing on the ground. That would literally take no effort at all right? Now try swinging your arms while your body is underwater. As you know, there is a great deal of resistance caused by the water. The water is the weight that you’re pushing, lifting, and going against.


For some people, working against the resistance of water is much easier on their bodies, then lifting weights on land or using weight-based machines. In fact, people with the following conditions can benefit greatly from aquatic therapy


  • Chronic pain
  • Arthritis
  • Accident injury
  • Weight-bearing restrictions
  • Neurological disorders
  • Problems with balance
  • Anxiety / stress

By Utilizing the Resistance of Water Against Your Body, You Decrease the Amount of Stress Your Body Endures​​​​​​

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If You Have the Following Conditions, You Should Not Participate in Aquatic Therapy:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Water is an Excellent Source of Resistance


  • No stress on joints and muscles
  • More stretching capabilities
  • Muscles relax much easier
  • Exercise in water limits overheating and imbalance
  • Depending on the depth of water, patients feel 80% lighter than on land  


  • Cardiac disease
  • Fever
  • Infections of any kind
  • Bowel/bladder issues - incontinence
  • Seizures
  • Open wounds
  • Allergies​​​​​​​