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How Physical Therapy Can Help Manage Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can be absolutely debilitating and change a person’s overall quality of life. Whether you are living with back, neck, knee, or some other type of pain, it may seem as though there is no light at the end of the tunnel. However, both physical and aquatics therapy have been proven to help those suffering from chronic pain get …

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Aquatics Therapy for Competitive Athletes: What Is There to Know?

If you’ve been reading our blog on a regular basis, you have likely learned that both aquatics and physical therapy are great for a wide range of conditions and ailments. One of the best things about aquatics therapy is that everyone from the young and the old to the overweight and those who are competitive athletes can benefit. We can …

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Common Spine Injuries That Physical Therapy Can Help With

The human spine is an incredible part of the body. Not only does it keep us upright, but it is part of our neurological system, nervous system, and so much more. There are many different ways in which the spine can become compromised, resulting in a great deal of pain and discomfort for the individual. Being told by your physician …

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Why Physical Therapy is the Solution for Low Back Pain

Lower back pain is something that millions of people experience on a daily basis. Many consider low back pain an unfortunate part of life, therefore opting not to pursue any type of treatment. However, there are numerous therapies and other modalities that have been proven to help lower back pain. Both aquatics and physical therapy, in fact, have been quite …

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FAQs About Aquatics Therapy

Aquatics therapy is a beneficial – and increasingly popular – form of therapy that is used to treat a wide range of conditions and injuries. Water therapy is often used to help those recovering from sports injuries get back on their feet, as well as people experiencing knee, back, or hip pain and those struggling with obesity. It has been …

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Three Facts About Aquatics Therapy for Weight Loss

The benefits of aquatics therapy go on and on and on, which is just one of the main reasons why this type of therapy has become so popular in recent years. From helping patients living with osteoarthritis to those suffering from a serious sports injury, aquatics therapy has been instrumental in getting people of all different ages and professions back …

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Physical Therapy for Knee Pain

Knee pain is something that thousands of adults live with on a daily basis. Unfortunately, it is in our nature to live with pain until it is no longer bearable, which means we never really know what the root of the problem is until it is oftentimes too late. People often associate physical therapists with those who help people recover …

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Aquatics Therapy for Orthopedic Injuries

Warm water therapy is incredibly useful in treating a host of injuries and ailments, including orthopedic injuries. Aquatics therapy is typically performed in a heated therapeutic pool, providing patients with a comforting and safe environment to rehabilitate from their injuries. There are numerous wonderful benefits of warm water, including the following: It helps increase circulation It helps increase a person’s …

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Benefits of Aquatics Therapy for Orthopedic Problems

Not all arthritis or joint pain patients can do physical therapy exercises because their condition does not allow them to do so. Aquatic therapy has been known to be an effective solution for these patients as water’s physical properties prove to give better recovery outcomes. Buoyancy – When a patient is in water the upward force exerted by water opposes …

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Benefits of Aquatics Therapy After a Shoulder Replacement

It is no secret that shoulder injuries can be downright debilitating, oftentimes resulting in the need for surgery. One of the most common instances where surgery is the only option is when a shoulder replacement is in order. No amount of pain medication or physical therapy can prevent this from being the only viable option. However, when it comes to …