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Aquatic Therapy

Can Aquatic Therapy be the solution you have been looking for in regard to your unique rehab needs?

Here at MTS, we have Physical Therapists that specialize in Aquatic Therapy and can set up an individualize treatment plan for you.

What is Aquatic Therapy


how is it different from other Physical Therapy options?

Physical therapist utilize Aquatic Therapy because there are several different properties of the water that can assist in the healing and rehabilitation process.


Bouyancy helps in supporting the weight of the patient. It helps to "unload" the spine and joints. When joints are painful to move and bend, it becomes easier once submersed, to get the tissue loosened. Often patients who walk with crutches and walkers, once in the water, can walk normal because of this "unloading" effect of the water. Pain is reduced because of the buoyancy and the warmth of the water.

Hydrostatic Pressure

The hydrostatic pressure of the water helps to decrease swelling and improve the mobility of the joints and tissues. Swollen ankle, knee and limb issues related to injury and disease processes, become easier to move and are less painful, thus helping to speed the healing process.

Warm, Relaxing Environment

The warm water of the therapeutic pool helps in the healing process by creating muscle relaxation which further eases movement. At MTS, we keep our therapeutic pool at 89°F while our whirlpool functions at 100°F.

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