Hydrotherapy, formerly known as hydropathy and also known as water cure, is part of alternative medicine, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy, which involves pain relief and treatment with water. In a warm-water pool, hydrotherapy involves special exercises.
Hydrotherapy combines the advantages of exercise and warm water. Allows your muscles to relax and relieves the pain in your joints. Helps relieve pain and increase your joints’ range of movement.
Our hydrotherapy team will arrange your appointment and each session lasts about 30 minutes. It is a group setting, but it is not a class and your program is tailored to your condition individually.
Types of Hydrotherapy
- Watsu -An aquatic massage where the therapist uses massage techniques while you float comfortably in a warm water pool.
- Sitz bath -A sitz bath involves two adjacent tubs of water, one warm and one cool.
- Warm water baths -Soak in warm water for up to 30 minutes, depending on the condition.
Exercises in warm water are hydrotherapy physiotherapy (also known as aquatic therapy). Warm water’s unique properties can improve the movement of stiff or swollen joints, relax, strengthen weak muscles and relieve pain and pain.
Hydrotherapy is the use of water to treat a variety of diseases, including arthritis and related disorders. Hydrotherapy is different from swimming because you do special exercises in a warm – water pool.
Hydromassage therapeutic benefits.
Water is used for therapeutic massage by hydro massage, also known as dry hydrotherapy. Hydromassage can increase circulation, relaxation and pain relief. Talk to your doctor about any type of health condition before a hydro massage.
Hydrotherapy involves a variety of methods and techniques, many of which use water as a medium for therapeutic benefit. Hydrotherapy is used as a complement to therapy, including nursing, where its use has been established for a long time now.
Hydrotherapy can relieve sore or inflamed muscles and joints, rehabilitate injured limbs, lower fevers, relieve headaches, facilitate relaxation, treat burns and frostbite, relieve pain in the workplace and eliminate skin problems. The water temperature used affects the treatment’s therapeutic properties.