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You may have been advised by your doctor or surgeon to begin aquatic therapy. The thought of having to rehabilitate an injury or surgery in a cold, overcrowded pool might be daunting. That’s why Boston Sports Medicine offers aquatic therapy in Allston, MA with a state of the art, private, heated Hydroworx salt-water pools.
Aquatic therapy has been used for centuries. Though this form of therapy has evolved from bathing in a hot mineral spring to a $75,000 salt-water pool with an aquatic treadmill, the benefits remain the same.
Clean, Safe, Private Aquatic Therapy in Allston, MA
Boston Sports Medicine has strict guidelines in practice to keep the environment safe and your therapy successful. The Hydroworx salt-water pool is always kept at 88-90 degrees and sanitized with sodium bromide. Benefits of aquatic therapy include:
- Increased circulation and ROM
- Improved balance, strength and endurance
- Warm, salt water is analgesic
- Reduces stress on your joints
- Decreases swelling
The techniques for aquatic therapy are specific to each patient and their injury. We tailor each therapy program to ensure that you’re back on your feet in no time.
Proven Aquatic Therapy Techniques with a Licensed Professional
Aquatic therapy pools are versatile and benefit a wide range of patients. Our aquatic therapy pool in Allston has a variable-speed underwater treadmill, adjustable water resistance jets, variable depths, massage jets and even a continuous current for swimming.
A wide range of patients can benefit from aquatic therapy. We work with post-surgical patients, those suffering from an athletic or orthopedic injury, arthritis, chronic pain as well as neck and back pain. Aquatic therapy in Allston, MA allows patients with severe injuries to move freely and more importantly, pain free. To learn more about aquatic therapy and how it can help you, please contact us today.