Aquatic Rehabilitation

The water used at an optimum temperature and with the appropriate structural characteristics makes it easier to recover, optimizing the quality and timing of the rehabilitation path. The principle on which it is based is that the weight of the body in the water is lightened by almost 90%, and this allows for various rehabilitation therapies with markedly reduced stresses. The patient manages to move agile and consequently, even from a psychological point of view, acquires confidence and confidence.

You can play on the depth of the water by decreasing it as the patient regains the lost function or tolerating higher loads, increasing the difficulty of the exercises. The force of gravity and the weight decrease on the body make the movements less painful for the joints, in fact this methodology associated with physical therapies is crucial in the rehabilitation of sports and post-surgical trauma.

All the pools of the structure are equipped with facilitated entry for wheelchairs, perimeter handrails and more depths.

➢ Ease of mobilization
➢ Reduced Sports Recovery Time
➢ Decrease in actual body weight
➢ Greater movement with less effort
➢ Increased joint and muscular involvement
➢ Psychophysical Benefits
➢ Edema reduction
➢ Greater pain control
➢ Strengthen muscle tone without overloading the joints
➢ Development of aerobic conditioning that improves the efficiency of the cardiovascular and respiratory system
➢ Anxiety and muscular relaxation effect
➢ Get tonic and muscular elasticity
➢ Retrieving in walking
➢ Improvement of arterial and lymphatic circulation (interventions, traumas, circulatory difficulties)

➢ Assisted Exercises
➢ Cardiac Hydrocystic Therapy
➢ Neurological hydroclient therapy
➢ Orthopedic hydroclient therapy
➢ Idromassoterapia
➢ Phlebological pathway intended for vascular re-education

Post-operative situations (hip prosthesis, knee, shoulder, legamentosedel knee and shoulder reconstruction, bone tissue construction, vertebral fusions)
Neurological disorders (hemiplegia, degenerative neurological pathologies)
Musculoskeletal disorders (femoral rotule syndrome, subacromial impingement, mechanical backbone, osteoarthritis and knee, achilles tendon and rotulee tendonitis)
Sporting people who take up dynamic activity