Now This is a Real Therapy Pool!

Aquacare Physical Therapy is “creating a wave in rehabilitation” offering the highest level of skilled aquatic therapy providers in the region. We are specialists in aquatic therapy! Whether you rehab in one of our onsite pools OR an off-site pool, we are committed to advancing your functional goals through the implementation of aquatic therapy.

What Sets Us Apart?

  • Warm Water Pool
  • Handicapped Accessible with a Motorized Lift.
  • Deep Water for Spinal Unloading.
  • Therapist Works One-on-One With Patient.

Benefits of Aquatic Therapy

  • The water allows you to improve your function without impacting your joints and muscles. The natural buoyancy lessons compressive forces, making exercises much easier to perform than on land.
  • A person immersed to the neck in water experiences an apparent loss of 90% of their body weight.
  • In the aquatic environment, you can start moving immediately in a non-compressive environment within days of injury or surgery.
  • Aquatic therapy has been shown by research studies to decrease joint inflammation due to hydrostatic pressure of water.

Third-party payers, including Medicare, cover most aquatic therapy.

Our pools are kept at a therapeutic temperature of 90-92 degrees Fahrenheit. Our partnership pools are typically in the range of 86-89 degrees.

Our pools have a range in depths to accommodate various heights, varying from 3.5 feet to 4.5 feet. We also feature a deep-water area of 6-7 feet to allow for complete spinal/joint unloading in both our onsite and off-site pools.

A poolside lift is available to assist you if you are unable to navigate the stairs.

No, we often have patients who do not know how to swim. Many of these patients are terrified of water, but once they work with our therapists, the water becomes their favorite part of therapy.

If a patient does not feel comfortable wearing a bathing suit, some patients will wear a dark t-shirt and shorts.

A free consultation can be performed by one of our physical therapists to determine if aquatic therapy is indicated for a client’s condition. Click here to request a screening.