Hydrotherapy is a type of exercise carried out in a specially heated pool. The buoyancy of the water and the extra heat relaxes the body’s muscles and ligaments which allows you to carry out pain relieving exercises and improve your fitness.
A warm hydrotherapy pool is particularly appropriate in assisting treatment for a wide range of disabilities and post-operative rehabilitation. Along with the benefits of hydrotherapy exercise, the freedom provided by water can go a long way to improving quality of life.
Hydrotherapy also helps to speed recovery from injury at work and sport and offers a great way of exercising and promoting good health.
For specialist hydrotherapy, water must be maintained at temperatures of between 32-35 degrees. Fibreglass pools recommend a maximum temperature of 30 degrees due to the type of gel coat applied, therefore to allow for these higher temperatures a specialist high temperature pool paint can be applied on-site. Please contact us for further information.
The pool displayed above is our Baby model.