Aquatic Therapy

Aquacare’s Injured Worker Program Leads to Fast Results

What is Different About Aquacare/Fitness Forum Injured Program? Industrial executives are acutely aware of their companies’ rapidly escalating insurance premiums and worker’s compensation costs for employees injured on the job. Because of this, many employers are moving towards preventative health, education, and rehabilitation programs. Aquacare has years of expertise and knowledge when it comes to […]

Written by on June 4, 2024

What is Cash-Based Physical Therapy?

This means you can see your physical therapy team outside of a physician referral and outside of having an existing injury. It also means patients can pay privately and not worry about billing insurance. And, it is not as expensive as you might think. Yes, you are paying out of pocket, but you are getting […]

Written by on January 9, 2024

Carla Tingle: Aquacare Helped Me Function with Long-COVID

By Rachel Swick Mavity   Prior to the pandemic, Seaford native Carla Tingle was at the top of her career as a disabilities support counselor. After graduating from Seaford High School in 1988, Carla worked for the DuPont company for a few years before becoming the coordinator of student enrichment for the Division of Vocational […]

Written by on November 6, 2023

The Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

What is Aquatic Therapy? Aquatic therapy has been used for centuries as a vital part of medical treatment. Its benefits have been recognized since the days of the Greeks and Romans and continue to be praised today. Aquatic therapy provides benefits for a multitude of populations such as injured athletes, spine, arthritis, and fibromyalgia sufferers […]

Written by on September 12, 2023

John Hollis: Aquacare brought me back not once, but twice

WATCH JOHN’S VIDEO. John Hollis of Seaford first came to Aquacare – Seaford about six years ago because he was having pain in his knee. He started doing aquatic therapy, but his rehabilitation was interrupted when he had a stroke. While in the hospital, John had another stroke. After he was able to leave the […]

Written by on May 24, 2023

Madison Asche, DPT, Named Clinical Director of Aquacare – Easton

Aquacare – Easton recently announced Madison Lee Asche, DPT, will be its new clinical director. Asche treats people of all ages who have sports-related injuries, orthopedic injuries or following surgery, and she is also experienced in manual therapy techniques. She has completed courses in the McKenzie technique of treating spine pain. She recently completed a […]

Written by on May 1, 2023

Changing lives through play-based physical therapy

By Donna Temple, PT, Aquacare – Millville When I tell people I am a pediatric physical therapist, they usually give me a confused look and ask, “Children need PT?” I explain that as children we all learn to move and gain mobility to explore and learn. It’s what happens right? Children learn to roll, sit, […]

Written by on April 24, 2023

Be Prepared to Not Fall

By Melinda O’Bier, Physical Therapist Assistant and Certified Falls Prevention Specialist Aquacare Salisbury – Milford Street It’s staggering to consider just how frequently adults and older Americans are affected by falls. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that 1 in 4 adults take a tumble with 1 in 5 resulting in a […]

Written by on March 9, 2023

Pain In The Patella

Patellar tracking disorder, also referred to as patellofemoral pain, is where the kneecap (patella) moves towards the outside of the knee during activities involving significant knee flexion.   This deviation is caused by imbalances in tendons, muscles, or ligaments that are either excessively tight or loose. These structures need to function optimally for the patella […]

Written by on January 31, 2023

Aquatic Therapy Following Breast Cancer

By Susan Conklin, MPT, CLT  Did you know patients who have had breast cancer surgery or radiation treatment, have a higher risk of developing breast cancer-related lymphedema? Lymphedema is swelling caused by removal or injury to the lymph nodes. Lymph nodes are responsible for moving lymph fluid around our body, so when they are damaged, […]

Written by on February 28, 2020

Aquatic Therapy Helps Reduce Pain

Aquatic Therapy has been part of medical treatment since the time of the Greeks and Romans. The use of water for therapy and exercise has weathered the test of time and is repeatedly cited for its many benefits.  Even in today’s era of rapidly changing technological advancements, water still is a valuable tool in the […]

Written by on January 31, 2020