Pediatric Aqua Therapy

Your child can grow in a fun, safe environment with aqua therapy.


Pediatric aqua therapy, or water therapy, uses the water to help kids improve strength, balance, coordination, endurance, and range of motion.
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Your child can grow in a fun, safe environment with aqua therapy.


Pediatric aqua therapy, or water therapy, uses the water to help kids improve strength, balance, coordination, endurance, and range of motion.
Request an Evaluation

Common Questions About Pediatric Aqua Therapy

How does aqua therapy work?


A qualified therapist will get to know your child and understand his or her needs. From there, the therapist will design a custom therapy plan that includes water exercises. The therapist will join your child in a heated pool and help him or her perform the exercises.

Visiting the pool is a treat for most children. As a result, your son or daughter will be excited about going to therapy!

Is aqua therapy safe?


Because water is buoyant, it will allow your child to perform exercises without worrying about falling or getting injured.

Additionally, your child will be supervised throughout the entire session by a certified therapist to ensure your child’s safety.

How can aqua therapy help children with pain?


Water exercises are low impact, meaning they put very very little stress on muscles and joints. If your child is recovering from an injury or suffers from a disease or disorder that causes pain (such as arthritis), pediatric aqua therapy is an excellent option.
 

Do you have question about pediatric aqua therapy?

Whether your child is showing signs of developmental delays or has more advanced needs, aqua therapy may be able to help. To find out if water therapy can help:

1. Request a child development evaluation.


2. Work with a therapist to complete the assessment.


3. Receive a written Plan of Care with our recommendations for what to do next.

Do you have question about pediatric aqua therapy?

Whether your child is showing signs of developmental delays or has more advanced needs, aqua therapy may be able to help. To find out if water therapy can help:

1. Request a child development evaluation.


2. Work with a therapist to complete the assessment.


3. Receive a written Plan of Care with our recommendations for what to do next.