Learn about the Benefits of Hydrotherapy

HOT TUB BENEFITS:

Hot Tub Therapy (Hydrotherapy)
Hot Tub therapy, also known as hydrotherapy or hydrothermal therapy, is almost synonymous with hot tubs and spas. From early man to modern-day presidents, such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, the therapeutic value of hot tubs has been known, though not fully understood. In fact, whole cities (e.g., Bath, England, Hot Springs, Arkansas) have been built around providing comfort using the earth’s natural hot springs.

 

Learn about the Benefits of Hydrotherapy

So what makes hot tub therapy work?

Hot tub therapy works by first relieving the body’s natural pressure from gravity, then by stimulating the nerves and circulatory system. By further applying movement and air bubbles to the hot water, the nerve impulses work to enhance the body’s immune system, increase circulation and digestion and even lessen sensitivities. Furthermore, hot tub therapy helps relieve pain from arthritis, rheumatism, painful joints, varicose veins and other musculature and back disorders.

 

 

Arthritis

Arthritis can be treated, at least in part, by hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is the therapeutic use of water to treat a medical symptom. Spas and hot tubs provide a personal way to experience water therapy for Arthritis. As always, we recommend that you consult your medical professional before beginning any new treatment for your symptom.

 

Alternative Arthritis Pain Reliever

Experts believe that hydrotherapy (the therapeutic use of water) is a fantastic natural alternative arthritis pain reliever. The warm water which a hot tub or spa provides creates a buoyancy that reduces the strain and pressure on joints. This allows the patient to gently exercise the joint(s) without further damaging the tissues. If you are looking for an alternative arthritis pain reliever, consider investing in a spa or hot tub for your personal medical benefit.

 

Back Pain from Accidents

Back pain from accidents can be treated, at least in part, by hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is the therapeutic use of water to treat a medical symptom. Spas and hot tubs provide a personal way to experience water therapy for back pain from accidents. As always, we recommend that you consult your medical professional before beginning any new treatment for your symptom

 

Inside Elbow Joint Pain

Inside elbow joint pain can be treated, at least in part, by hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is the therapeutic use of water to treat a medical symptom. Spas and hot tubs provide a personal way to experience water therapy for your inside elbow joint pain. As always, we recommend that you consult your medical professional before beginning any new treatment for your symptom.

 

Joint Pain, After Flu

Although you should consult your medical professional to rule out any serious causes for your joint pain, leftover joint pain after flu is very well treated by hydrotherapy. The combination of pressure, heat, and water will relieve much of the painful stress on joints, a common symptom of the flu.

 

Hot Flashes + Menopause + Joint Pain

Hot Flashes + Menopause + Joint Pain can be treated, at least in part, by hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is the therapeutic use of water to treat a medical symptom. Spas and hot tubs provide a personal way to experience water therapy for Hot Flashes + Menopause + Joint Pain. As always, we recommend that you consult your medical professional before beginning any new treatment for your symptom.