What is hydrotherapy?
‘Hydro’ means ‘water’ and hydrotherapy refers to the use of water to provide therapy. During a typical hydrotherapy session, you will be guided through a series of exercises while submerged in warm water.
Because of the unique features of hydrotherapy, you get a safe and functional way to rehabilitate. You may even be allowed to begin hydrotherapy earlier than land-based therapy.
Who can benefit from hydrotherapy?
The short answer is – everyone! Hydrotherapy is suitable for various acute and chronic conditions, such as:
Ø Back and Neck pain
Ø Chronic pain / Sprain / Strain
Ø Pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation
Ø Any condition requiring controlled loading (e.g. bone stress reaction, tendinopathy)
Ø Gradual return to exercise after inactivity (e.g. reconditioning in the elderly)
Ø Poor balance / Falls prevention
Indoor, heated hydropool for your rehabilitation needs
What’s special about our purpose-built hydropool? It’s designed to be accessible for various rehabilitation needs – including bed-bound individuals!
The pool features 360 degrees camera to ensure your safety. The depth of the pool is adjustable to your height and needs.
On top of that, water temperature is at 35-36 Degree Celcius. The warmth promotes muscle relaxation, joint flexibility and blood circulation. This means less pain and reduced muscle spasms.