What is Aquatic Physiotherapy
Aquatic Physiotherapy is physiotherapy practised in warm water and can help relieve aches and pains, mobilise stiff joints and strengthen weak muscles.
The water in the pool is approximately 34ºC, allowing your muscles to relax and easing the pain in your joints.
The buoyancy of the water unloads the weight of the body, reducing stress on joints and allowing freedom of movement.
Aquatic Physiotherapy can accelerate healing and provides a general sense of well-being.
Aquatic Physiotherapy is practised by a Chartered Physiotherapist who will be with you in the water at all times.