Massage therapy is defined as hands-on manipulation of the body’s soft tissues—muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments, and joints—to improve health. Hydrathletics employs only massage therapists who are certified, experienced, and dedicated to their patients.
How does it work?
Deep tissue massage supports rehabilitation and recovery by stimulating soft tissues and releasing muscle tension to achieve results:
- Better circulation and stronger blood flow to injured areas
- Improved mobility and physical function
- Pain management and prevention
Massage therapy is an effective, non-surgical treatment option to improve physical function, mobility, and overall well-being. Whether used on its own or combined with other treatments, such as aquatic therapy and traditional physiotherapy, our patients see great results.
Who can benefit?
Massage therapy isn’t just for injury rehabilitation. It’s an important therapeutic tool that nearly any patient can benefit from, regardless of his or her goals:
- Athletic conditioning
- Post-operative recovery
- Chronic pain management
- Flexibility and ambulatory improvement
- Stress relief and muscle relaxation
Our therapists begin with a comprehensive assessment of your physical condition and medical history. We’ll work with you to determine which treatment options are available, which will be most effective, and what to expect during your sessions.
For more information, call our clinic and speak with our team. We’ll be by your side every step of the way.
Why Aquatic Therapy?
Our aquatic therapy services provide an environment for controlled rehabilitation that occurs entirely under water. This means that patients enjoy the same results as land-based training in a low-impact setting that’s easy on the body.