We use the principles of water—temperature, buoyancy, and pressure—to create an optimal environment for neurological recovery. Alongside our therapists, clients get in the water and engage in activities being on land simply can’t provide. Our aquatic setting provides increased sensory input, neuromuscular re-education, and improved motions and coordination of the muscles. Clients are able to experience an improvement with stability, dynamic balance, and gait performance while reducing stress on extremities. The therapeutic effects of water temperature and buoyancy forces also provide assistance with pain management, muscle tone differences, and spasticity.
What makes our Aquatic Therapy different:
- Our underwater treadmill promotes sensory motor input to the nervous system
- A body weight support system for increased upright support
- A focus on goals in conjunction with land-based activities
As a person with boundless energy, Dave was unsatisfied with routine, low-energy therapy. He craved something more dynamic, where people pushed him harder.See Dave’s Story
“A big piece of what I like to do is standing,” Cameron says. “Every time, it’s a rush.”See Cameron’s Story
Ever since coming through our doors for the first time, Kadi’s half-glass-full mentality hasn’t diminished a bit.See Kadi’s Story
“Some people ask why I’m still doing therapy,” Amber says. “I tell them this place isn’t your typical therapy.”See Amber’s Story
Jeff refuses to let life in a wheelchair place barriers around him. Our team refuses the same.See Jeff’s Story
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