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aquatic therapy

Aquatic therapy offers therapy in an aquatic environment, allowing better treatment for certain conditions, like those that affect weight-bearing activities.

Aquatic therapy

WHAT IS aquatic Therapy?

Aquatic therapy is a type of physical therapy treatment that takes place in water, making it an extremely low-impact form of therapy. It is also commonly known as hydrotherapy or aquatic rehabilitation and has soothing properties that can benefit you if you are seeking pain relief and relaxation.


  • Function

  • Endurance

  • Balance, coordination, and agility

  • Gait

  • Muscle strength

  • Reduced joint impact

  • Enhanced range of motion and flexibility

  • Pain relief

  • Muscle relaxation

COMMONly treated conditions



Balance and gait disorders

Balance & Gait

Physical therapy for chronic pain

Chronic Pain

Knee pain

Knee Pain


When To Arrive

On average, a patient’s first visit lasts about one hour. We ask that patients arrive 15 minutes early to sign-in and complete paperwork.


What To Bring

On your first visit, you’ll need to bring your physician referral or prescription (if needed), your insurance card, your primary registration forms, your ID or driver’s license and your co-payment (as applicable).


Your First Visit

Our office managers will help you through completing the registration and insurance process, then you will begin your evaluation with a therapist. It is helpful to know your key past medical history, previous treatments, current medications, and any symptoms you may be experiencing. Your movement, strength, coordination, and other factors will be evaluated before our therapist discusses with you their recommendation and prepares a personalized treatment plan.


Treatment Plan

Evaluation findings will be shared with your referring physician or preferred medical expert, and the office managers will help you plan your series of visits based on the quantity and frequency determined by your therapist. Your subsequent visits will focus on treatment that is based on your diagnosis and individualized goals.

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