Chesapeake Physical and Aquatic Therapy
  Columbia- Supreme Sports Club: 410-381-7000
  River Hill/ Clarksville: 410-531-2525
  Elkridge Physical Therapy: 410-579-8999
  Columbia- Athletic Club: 410-740-0883
  Catonsville Physical Therapy: 410-719-8661
Owings Mills Physical Therapy: 410-654-2300
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Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic therapy, used at very few clinics in the area, is an excellent method for initiating the rehabilitation process much more quickly following injury or surgery. The ability to initiate early intervention results in more rapid recovery. The aquatic environment allows for decreased weight bearing on joints and decreased swelling (edema). This form of therapy is an excellent tool for strengthening the respiratory muscles and for improving motion, flexibility, and strength of the treated areas. Each of Chesapeake Physical & Aquatic Therapy 's locations is equipped with aquatic facilities with therapists who are experienced in aquatic therapy.

Warm Water Aquatic Therapy

Warm water aquatic therapy is a hands-on aquatic therapy. It helps patients by decreasing weight bearing on their joints s well as helps to reduce swelling.
Columbia Physical Therapy clinic specialized in the area of the pool Hydrokinesitherapy. Kinesitherapy in the pool with warm water provides the ability to create rehabilitation program which acting on the limb unloading. The relaxation power of the water helps to create a very pleasant atmosphere during rehabilitation. Special programs are intended for people who wish kinesitherapy suit a particular diagnosis, with the possibility of individual work with a physical therapist in the pool or by showing exercises with the apparatus for the kinesitherapy in the water. Group kinesitherapy is implemented with a maximum 2 people in the pool (exceptionally 3-4), according to pre-defined diagnosis group.

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