Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic Therapy

Relax your muscles, move more freely, feel less pain

Let the warm water relax your muscles and increase blood flow to painful areas.  The buoyancy of the water helps you move easier, making aquatic therapy a great alternative to land therapy. No swimming required.

How does aquatic therapy help?

While your doctor may suggest aquatic therapy, it’s also great for patients whose treatment on land is slow. Warm water feels great on sore muscles, and aquatic therapy protects joints during exercise – water takes the weight off, allowing you to do more. Patients also notice increased levels of strength, endurance, range of motion, flexibility, balance, muscle tone, and core stability. Aquatic therapy is great for resistance training too, it’s not just for injuries.

Where is aquatic therapy offered?

• In Sparta you’ll find our state-of-the-art SwimEx pool, which features a resistant current. We treat a wide variety of conditions from arthritis to sports injuries.

• In Grant we offer a large scale pool, ideal for assisted aquatic therapy.

Contact us today to set up an appointment at either of these locations.

Our water temps are always comfortably between 86-92 degrees. You'll love this therapy!

Aquatic therapy is helping people with pain

“After recovering from breast cancer I was put on a medication that affected my joints and caused muscle pain. With the weakness, I had trouble getting up, down, and to sleep at night. But because of your aquatic therapy program, staff, and exercise plan, I’ll be able to continue the last 2 years of medication, which I’m told will reduce my risk for recurrence. You don’t know how much I appreciate your help.” – Connie G., Grant patient

We've got water aerobics, open swim, and swim lessons