Studies show that hydrotherapy is a very effective way to reduce pain naturally. At Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic in Orlando, Florida, the team of physical therapy and rehabilitation specialists uses a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy bed to deliver water massages. The gentle water pressure can soothe aching joints, muscle tension, and other common types of persistent pain. Book your appointment using the provided scheduling link or call the office to arrange your hydrotherapy massage now.
Hydrotherapy is a type of water massage. Like other forms of massage, hydrotherapy is an excellent complement to chiropractic adjustments because it soothes and loosens painful muscles to make chiropractic adjustments easier.
Hydrotherapy massage is a favorite treatment among many at Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic because it offers medical benefits and intense relaxation at the same time.
For hydrotherapy treatment at Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic, you'll lie comfortably on your back while fully clothed. The special hydrotherapy bed has a waterproof cover, so you'll remain dry the whole time.
The water jets pulsate gently on your neck and back. The experience may feel similar to a Jacuzzi tub, but with the jets focused exclusively on the painful areas in your neck and back.
Hydrotherapy offers many impressive benefits, including:
Most people find hydrotherapy to be an incredibly relaxing and rejuvenating experience that they enjoy immensely.
If you’re experiencing back or neck pain, you would benefit from hydrotherapy, especially if you have:
Hydrotherapy is highly effective after an auto accident or other type of injury, but it's just as effective for people with long-term pain, such as arthritis.
Hydrotherapy is a good treatment to have before your chiropractic adjustments. It can help to relax your muscles so your chiropractor can perform adjustments with maximum effectiveness and minimum discomfort.
Hydrotherapy can also combine well with other forms of holistic treatment, such as traction massage, manual massage, electrotherapy, and intravenous (IV) therapy.
If you're injured or have chronic pain, the Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic team can diagnose your particular problem and then design a personalized pain management treatment plan for you.
Learn more about how hydrotherapy and other natural treatments can help you by calling Central Florida Health and Rehab Clinic or clicking the online appointment scheduling tool now.