At Boston Sports Medicine, our physical therapy experts specialize in safe pain relief and the restoration of mobility for injured or otherwise impaired patients. We offer aquatic therapy near East Cambridge, MA.

Boston Sports Medicine offers extensive therapeutic services that include aquatic therapy. Healthcare practitioners recommend aquatic therapy services for certain patients and many choose Boston Sports Medicine to help recover.Aquatic Therapy East Cambridge MA

1 Braintree Street
Allston, MA 02134
Tel: (617) 787-8700
Fax: (617) 787-8106
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Benefits of Aquatic Therapy in East Cambridge, MA

Aquatic therapy is the effective use of water to treat injuries and help the body to repair itself. Water has been used for thousands of years just for this purpose. Ancient aquatic therapists used bathing in mineral rich, hot springs and massage techniques utilizing natural oils to soothe sore muscles, joints, and ligaments.

These practices received a modern make over with the help of technologically enhanced equipment and updated therapeutic techniques administered by personable and trained staff members. The time proven method of aquatic therapy continues to be a popular way to safely heal muscle trauma and conduct resistance training without undue strain on joints. Working out in the water under the care and direction of licensed physical therapists is an effective, refreshing, and fun way to rehabilitate the body.

Choosing Boston Sports Medicine for Aquatic Therapy

Understanding the harm that continuous contact with chlorinated water has on both patients and aquatic instructional staff, our knowledge of holistic health shines through as they lead patients to their modern salt sanitized, heated pools. Our patients can take advantage of:

  • Water treadmills
  • Special Current Pools for continuous lap swim
  • Resistance Equipment

At Boston Sports Medicine, we hope to improve mobility and safely heal your injuries. Restoring strength, flexibility, and independence to patients are prime objectives of Boston Sports Medicine. To learn more about aquatic therapy in the East Cambridge, MA area, please contact us today!

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