AquaPhysio is a state of the art hydrotherapy / aquatic physiotherapy pool based in Lower Morden, Surrey. Call us on 020 8330 6777 to book your hydrotherapy / aquatic physiotherapy or fitness session today.
Hydrotherapy or Aquatic physiotherapy is physiotherapy using warm water for the purposes of aiding rehabilitation. At AquaPhysio, we utilise the properties of the water to formulate a treatment plan for a variety of conditions, many of which can be treated earlier than on land. Our pool allows for versatile treatment programs to suit all stages of rehabilitation.
7 reasons why you should choose Aquaphysio
We can get you exercising sooner after injury or surgery than on land.
We can strengthen and improve mobility in muscles and joints in a pain-free way.
We will create a personalised program of treatment that allows you to progress at your own pace.
We work on rehabilitating injuries and improving fitness in tandem.
Our treatment will compliment any land based therapy programs
We give patients the tools to continue and maintain their progress.
Physiotherapy has never been so enjoyable!
I just wanted to thank you for all you guys are doing to make my knees better. I cannot believe how amazing I feel and after 11 years of constant pain in my knees I am now free from any pain.
BH is a 59 year old gentleman who was involved in an RTA as a pedestrian in November 2017. He sustained a triple ankle fracture which required surgery to fixate and was subsequently non-weight bearing for 8 weeks after. Once his cast was removed he was fitted with a boot and allowed to fully weight bear, so his rehabilitation could now begin. His main goal was to be able to walk comfortably whilst on his cruise holiday at the beginning of March.
NDO is a 79 year old lady with a long term history of lower back pain and bilateral shoulder pain, mostly due to OA and age-related changes. She was a professional volleyball and softball player in her youth so her shoulders were worked hard for many years.
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. It is more of a complex than a single joint as it consists of 5 joints, over 30 muscles and 6 major ligaments. The main shoulder joint is a ball-and-socket joint, which allows a very wide range of movement, therefore it is easily prone to overuse and injury. Shoulder pain is the third most common musculoskeletal complaint presenting to physiotherapy and the pain and disability associated with shoulder problems can have a large impact on individuals’ ability to complete their normal daily tasks.