A growing outpatient clientele embraces the weightlessness, warmth, and gentle resistance of aquatic therapy and wellness. A feature for the January 2019 issue of Physical Therapy Products by Rich Harris, MSc, CSCS, PTA, CES, CSAC, and Jose Dominguez, PT, MS, ATC.
Category: Aquatic Therapy
Diveheart, a Downers Grove, Ill-based nonprofit organization that provides scuba therapy to people with disabilities, is conducting a search for a land donation throughout the entire Chicago metro area to build what hopes to be the deepest warm water therapy pool in the world.Read More
Results from the 2019 Facility-Based Equipment Survey reveal the categories where equipment purchases are pumping. Compiled by Frank Long, editorial director of Physical Therapy Products, they appear in the February/March 2019 issue.Read More
Aquaness by Wike-Up! Aquabikes water exercise bikes are designed to combine the cardiovascular assets of traditional spinning with the low-impact advantage of the water, to provide individuals of all ages with a low-impact, high-intensity water workout.Read More
The ice bath therapy provided by CET CryoSpas is now available for purchase in the United States, via a partnership between its Ireland-headquartered manufacturer and Hudson Aquatic Systems.Read More
Attendees of the 60th annual PPS Conference have the opportunity to see demonstrations of HydroWorx’ HydroWorx 300 aquatic therapy modality at the company’s exhibit-floor booth #723.Read More
Advanced therapy pools and accessories power up programs that improve quality-of-life measures.Read More