WHAT IS AQUATIC THERAPY?

Aquatic Therapy is a specialized type of rehabilitation. It combines the beneficial physical properties of the water with skilled professional intervention to speed your recovery and maximize your outcome.

THE FACILITY

New Pool

Our indoor, private pool is maintained at a therapeutically warm 92˚-95˚F, year-round. Depth ranges from 3-6 feet with a gentle slope. A variety of pool equipment is available to incorporate into your treatment. Changing rooms, a bathroom and rinse off shower are conveniently located in the pool area. The pool size is perfect for 1:1 treatment as well as small group sessions.

ABOUT OUR STAFF

Our professional aquatic therapy team has advanced training in aquatic rehabilitation. After completing your initial evaluation, they develop a customized aquatic program designed to meet your individual goals/needs. During your sessions, they are in the pool with you to cue you in proper exercise technique as well as perform specialized, hands-on aquatic techniques.

 
janeenclark 1 Janeen is a licensed Physical Therapist in the state of Texas. Janeen received her Bachelors of Science from Stephen F. Austin State University and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Southwest Baptist University. She has been practicing since 2009 in a combination of Outpatient Physical Therapy and Home Health Physical Therapy settings. Janeen attended the Spine Mentorship Program with Select Physical Therapy in Arlington, Texas. Janeen is currently enrolled in the Institute of Integrative Nutrition to maximize her knowledge of the functional impact of nutrition within the healing process of the human body. Janeen is passionate about practicing a holistic approach to physical 

 

 

Who Can Benefit?

Why Water Works

Aquatic rehabilitation can help a variety of conditions including:

  • Acute and Chronic Pain
  • Arthritis related conditions including fibromyalgia
  • Neck and Back Problems
  • Pre and Post surgery
  • Neurologic Disorders
  • Edema/Lymphedema
  • Pre-Post Natal
  • MVA or Work Injuries
  • Gait and Balance Disorders
  • Joint and muscle pain from sports or repetitive daily activities
  • Muscle weakness
  • Generalized Deconditioning
  • Decreases muscle guarding
  • Increases circulation
  • Buoyancy allows for assistance as will as resistance with exercise
  • Decompresses inflamed joints and discs
  • Hydro-static properties of water lessen swelling/edema
  • Improved body awareness
  • Makes movement FUN!