Category: aquatic therapy

Aug1st 2017

Speed Healing with Aquatic Therapy

Learn how the beneficial effects of aquatic therapy can speed up the healing process for those recovering from surgical procedures.

The Benefits of Aquatic Therapy - 01 - Moon Physical Therapy Apr1st 2017

Manage Diabetes with Aquatic Therapy

Treating diabetes with a safety-conscious aquatic-based therapy program helps increase energy, and improve physical and psychological well-being.

Lumbar Stenosis Misdiagnosis Jun1st 2016

Lumbar Stenosis Misdiagnosis

Degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis (DLSS) is a leading cause of pain, disability and loss of independence in older adults.

Aquatic Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis Apr1st 2016

Aquatic Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Patients with RA often get caught in a cycle of pain, fatigue and demotivation, leading to inactivity, which increases pain. Aquatic therapy helps break this cycle by reducing the load on joints, allowing patients to increase muscle strength and achieve aerobic conditioning.

Walking on an Underwater Treadmill - Moon Physical Therapy Apr1st 2015

High Intensity Training for Arthritic Relief

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 33 percent of adults 65 and older suffer from osteoarthritis (OA).

Dec1st 2014

What is Ai Chi?

If starting a new exercise routine is part of your self-improvement plan this year, you may want to consider Ai Chi.

Aug1st 2014

Water Works Wonders for Back Pain

If a back injury has short-circuited your daily activities or regular workout routine, aqua therapy might be a good alternative during the healing period.

Jun1st 2014

Aquatic Therapy for Rotator Cuff Pain

The rotator cuff tendons are key to a healthy functioning shoulder. They are subject to wear and tear or degeneration, as we use our arms. Occasionally, the muscles or tendons of the rotator cuff become irritated or damaged because of injury or overuse.

The Benefits of Aquatic Therapy - Moon Physical Therapy Apr1st 2014

Aquatic Therapy Solutions

More than 50 million Americans suffer from debilitating joint pain, making day-to-day living a challenge. As a result, many people choose not to undergo land-based rehabilitation, which is often times very painful.