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.
A total knee replacement is usually done for severe arthritis and primarily used to eradicate the pain involved. In most cases you will regain the full range of movement that you had pre-operatively and sometimes a little more.
Here are some tips when having a total knee replacement.
SP is a 44 Lady who had a L4-5 disc protrusion. She had occasional low back pain on/off but nothing that stopped her from doing her normal activities. When on holidays last year and bending down she had a sudden increase in low back pain which caused it to be very difficult to move. She had an MRI which showed a L4-5 disc protrusion.
LW is a 20 year old footballer who had a traumatic football injury where he was tackled and landed awkwardly onto his left knee. He was sent to A&E where an X-ray revealed he had an avulsion fracture of the head of fibula. He had an MRI following this and this showed he had ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and lateral collateral ligament (LCL) as well as sustaining ruptures to his biceps femoris tendon (part of hamstrings) and popliteus tendon.