Water is used in physiotherapy to:
- speed recovery from injuries
- relieve muscle soreness by facilitating the removal of lactic acid
- open the blood vessels to improve circulation
- relax the muscles around arthritic joints
- promote the flow of endorphins
All of these benefits combined with the opportunity of a moment of rest from the distractions of daily life make hydrotherapy both physically and mentally therapeutic.
Jacuzzi has popularized the ancient practice of water massage therapy for a new age. For thousands of years, people have been drawn to water that naturally springs from the earth. Relaxing heat, muscle stimulation, and lighter-than-air buoyancy relieve physical burdens and brighten the spirits. Researchers have observed the healing effects of hydrotherapy: improved circulation, decreased joint pain, and acceleration of the body’s natural healing processes. No scientific research is needed for these benefits: the instinctive comfort of settling into swirling water; the way stress seems to release itself into the steam, and the spring in your step after a hydrotherapy session in a Jacuzzi spa.
Reflexology is based on the belief that there are reflexes in the feet and hands that correspond to every part of the body.
Hot tub therapy jets directed to pressure points in the feet can increase circulation and promote specific joint and muscular functions.
A high-volume, low pressure jetting system sets Jacuzzi apart from the industry. Aromatherapy is defined as the use of evaporating plant oils, including essential oils, for psychological and physical well-being. Specific scents can have beneficial effects on your mind and body.
Chromatherapy uses various colors of light to help calm or rejuvenate your spirit. Your body reacts to specific colors in positive ways, helping ease the pains and pressures of everyday life. Why not make chromatherapy part of your hot tub therapy experience?
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