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Hydrotherapy Key Benefits

HydrotherapyHydrotherapy has been used for thousands of years to help people feel better. Putting together three of nature’s most powerful relieving agents: heat, water, and air, it invigorates and gently massages the body while easing away aches and pains.
Three basic factors comprise hydrotherapy:
Heat, Buoyancy, and Massage:
. Heat from the warm water increases blood flow producing a healing effect on sore or damaged tissue and relaxes tired muscles and joints. Immersion in hot water causes the blood vessels to dilate, resulting in increased circulation, including circulation of the immune system’s white blood cells. This helps to open airways and help white blood cells circulate to the affected areas promoting healing.
. Buoyancy of the water reduces body weight by approximately 90% while you enjoy your deep soak, relieving pressure on joints and muscles, while creating the relaxing sensation of floating in space. It abolishes gravity, allowing the body to float amplifying the power in the muscles.
. Massage is the secret to effective hydrotherapy. This energized warm-water stream relaxes tight muscles and stimulates the release of endorphins, the body’s natural pain killers. Jet driven massage gently eases tension directly out of your muscle groups to relieve soreness from your back, hips, legs, and the symptoms of arthritis.
Walk-In-Tubs with hydrotherapy are designed to relieve aches and pains and help alleviate the symptoms associated with:
. Arthritis
. Lower Back Pain
. Cancer Patients
. High Blood Pressure
. Sleep Trouble
. Heart Attacks
. Migraines
. Peripheral
. Artery Disease
. Hips
. Muscle Cramps
. Stress
. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
. Rheumatism
. Vericose Veins
. Fibromyalgia
. Sprains
. Knees
. Tendonitis
. Tension
. Sciatica & Stiffness
. Diabetes
. Shoulders
. Neuropathy Patients
. Lumbago Multiple Sclerosis
. Feet
. Poor Blood Circulation
. Stroke Patients
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