Texas Health Resources hospitals are dedicated to providing
comprehensive therapy to patients recovering from injuries,
illnesses or surgery, or to those coping with a lifelong
Aquatic therapy can meet a wide variety of rehabilitation and
orthopedic needs, designed for patients of all ages.
Professionals work closely with each patient to develop a
specialized treatment plan for personal achievement. After
suffering an illness or injury and losing movement or
communication abilities, you may be able to re-learn basic
skills and regain some of your independence.
Through participation in aquatics, individuals with arthritis
may experience reduced pain during exercise. Injured athletes
participating in aquatics may also reduce their recovery time.
Buoyancy, decreased gravity, low-impact exercise and variable
resistance are all benefits of the aquatic environment.
A variety of people can benefit from aquatics programs.
Participants can include patients as well as community members.
Individuals may be dealing with physical challenges as a result
of injury, illness, disease and/or aging. Typical diagnoses
include, but are not limited to:
- Orthopedic injury
- Neurological disease
- Injuries resulting from trauma
- Rheumatic disorder
- Chronic pain
Learn more about aquatic therapy
services at a Texas Health location near you: