What is Aquatic Physical Therapy?
Aspire Therapy offers one-on-one aquatic physical therapy. Following an evaluation by a licensed physical therapist, an individualized program based on your specific needs is created. Land physical therapy may also be incorporated into your therapeutic sessions.
Aspire Therapy one on one physical therapy for children and adults. We specialize in aquatic physical therapy using the properties of water coupled with traditional physical therapy techniques to provide comprehensive healing. The properties of water provide many therapeutic benefits.
Pediatric Aquatic Therapy
What do we do in Aquatic Therapy with Children?
Pediatric Conditions That Respond Well to Aquatic Therapy:
Adult Aquatic Therapy
Adult Aquatic Therapy is beneficial to most anyone seeking to increase strength, decrease pain and improve function. Clients often begin their therapy in the water and move to land-based exercises when ready. Swimming skills are not necessary to benefit from water therapy. Cliends can use a flotation belt in the water to work on a higher level strengthening and conditoning without joint stress.
Common diagnoses that respond well to Aquatic Therapy
Benefits of Aquatic Therapy