Aquatic Rehabilitation

Aquatic Rehabilitation
Aquatic Rehabilitation

Aquatic Rehabilitation

  • Book your aquatic rehabilitation appointment today!
  • Call or text: (604) 780-2849
  • Email:
  • Aquatic Centre Physiotherapy
  • West Vancouver Aquatic Centre
  • 2nd Floor, 2121 Marine Drive, West Vancouver, BC V7V 4Y2

Aquatic Rehabilitation is also considered active rehabilitation. This consists of one-to-one exercise therapy sessions in the pool.

Sessions can includes a combination of:

  • Stretching
  • Strengthening
  • Cardiovascular training
  • Balance & co-ordination exercises
  • Hands-on, manual therapy techniques.

Evidence-based research shows that:

  • Water’s hydrostatic pressure decreases swelling.
  • The buoyancy supports injured joints during stretching & strengthening.
  • The gentle assistance & resistance of the water promotes healing & improved function without inflammation.

Research has shown aquatic rehabilitation can assist with healing & promote improved function to allow a faster return to daily activities.

The positive effects include:

  • Cardiorespiratory strengthening
  • Improved muscle strength, tone & flexibility
  • Decreased swelling & improved circulation
  • Improved balance & coordination
  • Decreased arthritic pain
  • Decreased lower back pain
  • Lessens chronic pain
  • Maintains bone density
  • Stimulates psychological well being

Those who can benefit:

  • Individuals with orthopaedic injuries
  • Post-surgical patients including joint replacements, ligament repairs & abdominal surgeries
  • People with neurological conditions
  • Individuals in chronic pain programs
  • Individuals in cardiac rehabilitation programs
Aquatic Rehabilitation
Orthopaedic Health Supports Us All! Sylvia & Tony Leong, Aquatic Rehabilitation Specialists.
  • | (604) 780-2849
  • $80 per 30 minute session

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