If you’ve been diagnosed with arthritis or you’re recovering from a physical injury, chances are your doctor has suggested hydrotherapy. But, what is hydrotherapy, and most importantly, can it really work? The answer is, yes! In fact, it’s one of the best things you can do to invest in your health.
What is Hydrotherapy?
Also known as aquatic therapy, this form of physical therapy uses the principles of water to aid in pain relief and promote healing. The buoyancy of the water, in addition to warmer temperatures, increases circulation, flexibility, and can even decrease swelling. This makes hot tubs the perfect place to enjoy a little exercise or to simply soak away pain and inflammation. Once you start using your spa regularly, you’ll experience:
- Pain relief
- Fewer muscle spasms
- Increased joint movement
- Stronger muscles
- Improved circulation
- Better balance and coordination
Who Can Use it?
Anyone can benefit from soaking in a hot tub! However, you’ll find it exceptionally helpful if you’re dealing with:
- Post-surgery conditions like hip replacement or ACL reconstruction
- Neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease or cerebral palsy
- Sensory conditions like autism or SPD
How Can a Hot Spring® Spa Help?
For having a safe space to perform your physical therapy, or to simply relax for pain relief, a Hot Spring spa is a perfect choice. With an innovative jet system that focuses on specific muscle groups, you won’t find massage therapy like it anywhere else. You can even adjust the pressure settings to accommodate days when a little extra relief is needed. The FreshWater® Salt System also offers easy water maintenance, taking less time and chemicals than other water care systems.
Are you ready to see how a Hot Spring spa can take your pain away? Contact our hot tub professionals at Texas Hot Tub Company and we’ll help you find the perfect spa model for a life-changing investment in your health.