Aquatic (Water) Therapy & Exercise

Aquatic (Water) Therapy & Exercise

University Orthopaedic Center's therapy pool is a fantastic resource for our patients to work on rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries. Water-based exercise can help:

  • unload painful joints,
  • increase range of motion, and
  • provide resistance for a variety of strengthening activities.

All activities are directed by expert and credentialed clinical staff.

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    • Specialized aquatic programs for physical therapy patients by skilled staff
    • Three month, independent aquatic program for those individuals previously seen at UOC physical therapy
    • Arthritis aquatic program

Contact Us

Mon–Fri, 7 am–8 pm

Pool Hours of Operation

Mon–Thu, 8 am–6 pm
Fri, 8 am–noon

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