Water Therapy and/or Aquatic Therapy
Water Therapy and/or Aquatic therapy is a safe accompaniment or alternative to traditional land-based therapy that is appropriate for children and adults of all ages and fitness levels. The calming properties of water appeal to those in search of treatment that can protect joints, heal the body, offer relaxation, reduce stress levels, and increase overall health and fitness.
Aquatic Therapy is a therapeutic methodology that helps improve function through aquatic therapeutic exercise. Throughout the country, licensed and/or certified health care providers serve in the role of Aquatic Therapists under the umbrella of Aquatic Therapy within their scope of practice as defined by the American Medical Association. Aquatic Therapy is often referred to as Pool Therapy, Water Therapy, and/or Aquatic Rehabilitation.
Scope of Practice
At Community Health and Wellness, LLC, we operate all Aquatic Therapy services under our scope of practice as Recreational Therapists and/or Massage Therapists. We utilize Aquatic Therapy to enhance function and improve quality of life. Our Therapists incorporate leisure and recreation activities, relaxation exercises, weight-bearing, stretching, walking, and other therapeutic procedures into therapy.
- Improve Self-Confidence
- Improve Balance
- Develop Range of Motion
- Increase Flexibility
- Build Muscle Strength and Endurance
- Improve Health and Fitness
- Increase Safety Awareness
- Reduce Stress
Our programs hire Aquatic Therapy Service Providers, who are Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists and/or licensed as a Massage Therapist, practicing within the scope of their license/certification. Additionally, our therapists are certified in Basic Water Rescue, Water Safety Instruction, and/or as a Lifeguard by the American Red Cross.
For more information on our services, please reach out to us via phone at 512-897-1914 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Service prices and availability may vary based on location, client needs, and staff credentials.