Hydrotherapy can be an important part of a patient’s treatment plan as devised by their physiotherapist. It is more common that a patient is told by their physiotherapist or similar practitioner that they would benefit from hydrotherapy, and that they should book a class, than a patient making that decision themselves.
Do you need Hydrotherapy classes?
Hydrotherapy can be quite beneficial to those that require less strenuous exercises. The elderly fit into this category quite easily, but can also be useful for the younger generations as well.
Hydrotherapy is also a good way of complementing existing physiotherapy or treatments set out by your physiotherapist.
If you’re unsure is you would benefit from Hydrotherapy or not, give your nearest Integrated Health clinic a call and ask the question.
How to book a class
Before thinking about booking a class, see one of our physiotherapists and get properly assessed. It is possible that hydrotherapy may not be the best course of action for your condition. Call your nearest Integrated Health Clinic and book an appointment with a physiotherapist, or alternatively, request an appointment via our website and we’ll get back to you with appointment availabilities
What to bring to a hydrotherapy class
- Soap for the shower
- Drink Bottle
- Change of Clothes
- Swimmers aids (i.e. Goggles, Nose Peg)