Water offers far greater resistance to motion than air...
This supportive environment boosts user confidence and promotes slower, more deliberate movements, which aids monitoring and analysis. Typically, users of HYDRO PHYSIO aquatic therapy treadmills, exercising waist deep in water, experience around 60% reduction in effective body weight; this can be particularly helpful during rehabilitation and exercise.
Stroke patients and people with other neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy use aquatic therapy for learning or relearning in a supportive environment. Aquatic therapy promotes an unexplained user feel good factor.
Walking in water can improve cardiovascular strength and overall fitness. Increased resistance and pressure are key factors in achieving this. The correct core body temperature is also a contributory factor. Immersion in water can strengthen respiratory musculature and enhance cardiovascular efficiency.
Damage to the lower back is treated in a supportive environment that is resistive and cushioning. Low treadmill speeds allow patients to take their first steps of recovery.
Only aquatic training allows a low impact challenging workout, which promotes better health and fitness.
Elderly patients with hip replacements use aquatic therapy to start rehabilitation at the earliest possible stage. Pain management is possible when exercising in warm water.
Knee replacements, ACL reconstruction and lower leg trauma due to injury, are all improved with aquatic treadmill programmes.
Users of HYDRO PHYSIO aquatic treadmills or water walkers typically experience a 60% reduction in effective body weight, this can be particularly helpful for rehabilitation and recovery of ankle injuries.
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