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What is Hydrotherapy?

Hydrotherapy, also known as aquatic physiotherapy is a treatment conducted in a heated hydrotherapy pool under the supervision of a qualified physiotherapist or exercise physiologist. Hydrotherapy aims to help individuals regain or improve mobility and relieve pain. Our therapists conduct a thorough assessment before developing a hydrotherapy exercise program that is personally tailored to your needs and goals.

Hydrotherapy provides a number of benefits for people recovering from injury or living with chronic conditions. The bouyancy of the water reduces the impact on your joints making it easier to move and exercise without putting stress on your body. The warmth of the water can also help relax your muscles, improve circulation and flexibility and reduce spasm, pain and stiffness.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how hydrotherapy can help you achieve your health goals.

Our Hydrotherapy Pool

At Rehab Solutions we use a purpose-built hydrotherapy pool and not a public swimming pool.

  • Our pool is heated to 34-35ºC all year round

  • The pool room is climate controlled and air conditioned to keep it at a comfortable temperature all year round. Never feel too hot or too cold!

  • All exercise equipment is provided on site.

  • We have a hoist for disabled access.

  • It is the only hydrotherapy pool of its kind in Fairfield

Hydrotherapy physiotherapist with female patient
Rehab Solutions Hydrotherapy Pool Fairfield
What conditions can be treated?

Hydrotherapy treatment is used to treat many conditions including:

  • Painful conditions such as arthritis or chronic pain

  • Musculo-skeletal injuries (e.g. neck and back pain, RSI, knee and hip injuries, shoulder injuries)

  • Work, motor vehicle and sports injuries

  • Rehabilitation following surgery (eg back, hip, knee, ankle, shoulder, etc)

  • Neurological conditions (e.g. strokes, traumatic brain injuries, Parkinson’s disease, Cerebral Palsy, congenital disabilities).

Physiotherapist and male patient in hydrotherapy
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