NDIS Hydrotherapy & Pool Session

Hydrotherapy is another way to relax your body. n well-maintained warm water (33-36’C), you will enjoy doing slow, controlled movements and special exercises. Spending time in a hydro pool improves blood flow and allows your muscles to relax, easing pain. Buoyancy is the best water property, which makes you feel w lightless. The more you submerge, the more water supports you.

Hydrotherapy Helps in

  • Relieve pain and muscle spasms
  • To gain relaxation
  • To maintain or increase the range of joint movement
  • To re-educate paralyzed muscles
  • To strengthen weak muscles and develop their power and endurance
  • To encourage walking and other functional and recreational activities.
  • To improve circulation ( trophic condition of the skin )
  • To give the patient encouragement and confidence in carrying out his exercises, thereby improving his morale
  • Warm water stimulates blood flow positively, which leads to muscle relaxation

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The therapeutic benefits of hydrotherapy are well-documented. When combined with the expertise of an Exercise Physiologist, it can provide a range of positive outcomes. The buoyancy and warmth of the water can provide relief from pain and improve health status, as well as increase range of motion for many conditions such as fibromyalgia syndrome, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and pre-and post-surgery rehabilitation.

Studies have shown that structured exercise programs in hydrotherapy can improve strength and overall fitness for those with arthritis, making it a safe and effective treatment option. Hydrotherapy is also considered a safe treatment option for back pain, as it can help achieve optimal mobility.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can I access hydrotherapy through the NDIS?

To access hydrotherapy services through the NDIS, you will need to include it in your plan and find a registered provider who offers hydrotherapy sessions. You can also discuss your options with your NDIS planner or support coordinator.

During a hydrotherapy session, you will work with an exercise physiologist or physiotherapist who will guide you through a series of exercises in the pool. The exercises will be tailored to your individual needs and goals.

You can search for registered NDIS providers who offer hydrotherapy services on the NDIS website or speak with your NDIS planner or support coordinator for recommendations.

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