Water Therapy to Aid Healing and Mobility
Reap the Rewards of Aquatic Therapy
There are so many benefits to aquatic therapy. Freedom Rehab Aquatic Therapy, LLC, is licensed and trained in giving you the correct occupational therapy tools to work through the pain you are having in a safe and effective way. Over the years, we have developed water-based techniques that keep your exercises low-impact and doable. When you have a low-impact workout, you will continue to do those exercises and get better each and every time you come to see us. The only way to show you how well aquatic therapy works is to have you come see if for yourself. For an appointment, call (941) 400-1505 or contact us online today!
Water Therapy Exercises Specifically for You in North Port, FL
Freedom Rehab Aquatic Therapy, LLC, offers professionalism in water-based occupational therapy in North Port, FL. We developed exercises specifically for water targeted to improve mobility and relieve pain. Some patients report they can discontinue or lessen their medications after a few sessions with us.
Water therapy is proven to work, so come work with us on ridding you of your pain today.
A Type of Occupational Therapy that Becomes Routine
What exactly is water therapy? It is occupational therapy, or a type of maintenance therapy, for everyday activities. If you are experiencing pain and need to work out every day, you need a type of therapy that works and is low-impact. Freedom Rehab Aquatic Therapy, LLC, can provide you with that exact type of water therapy. We will put you in the water with a therapist who will assess what you need and make a plan for your recovery. We understand that doing a workout routine once is not enough. After illness, surgery, or injury, you need to get into the habit of doing occupational therapy regularly, so regular aquatic therapy workouts need to be safe and easier on your body. Give us a chance to show you how fun and effective aquatic therapy can be! Call us if you are dealing with any of the following:
• Chronic Pain
• Joint Pain
• Post Joint Replacement
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
• And More