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Injuries are a major health concern among Australians causing over half a million hospitalisations in 2023. Falls are the leading cause of hospitalisation due to injuries, with contact with objects a distant second, and transport mishaps at third.

Highly disruptive in nature, injuries can significantly impact your productivity, quality of life, and physical and emotional wellbeing. While traditional rehabilitation methods offer valuable support in the recovery process, alternative approaches that leverage the therapeutic properties of water are gaining recognition for their effectiveness.

Recovering from an injury can be a daunting journey, requiring patience, perseverance, and comprehensive rehabilitation strategies. Traditional rehabilitation programs typically focus on land-based exercises, which may pose challenges for individuals with limited mobility, pain sensitivity, or weight-bearing restrictions. Recognising the need for innovative solutions, Healthstin Moss Vale has embraced aquatic exercise as a gentle yet effective approach to injury recovery.

Water has long been revered for its therapeutic properties, offering a supportive environment for rehabilitation and recovery. Aquatic exercise provides a unique combination of buoyancy, resistance, and hydrostatic pressure, creating an ideal setting for promoting healing, reducing pain, and restoring function.

Aquatic exercise offers a multitude of benefits that complement traditional rehabilitation methods:

• Reduced impact – The buoyancy of water reduces the impact on joints and tissues, allowing for gentle movement and decreased stress on injured areas.

• Improved range of motion – The resistance provided by water facilitates gentle stretching and joint mobilisation, helping to improve flexibility and restore range of motion.

• Enhanced strength and stability – Aquatic resistance training targets muscle groups without placing excessive strain on the body, promoting strength, stability, and functional capacity.

• Pain Management – The hydrostatic pressure of water can alleviate pain and inflammation, providing natural pain relief and promoting relaxation.

At Healthstin Moss Vale, aquatic exercise can be seamlessly integrated into injury rehabilitation programs, offering a holistic approach to recovery. Under the guidance of our Exercise Experts, participants can engage in tailored aquatic workouts designed to address their specific needs and goals. From gentle mobility exercises to targeted strength training and hydrotherapy sessions, each aspect of the program is customised to optimise recovery and enhance overall wellbeing.

Want to know more about how Hydrotherapy can support your recovery from an injury? Talk to our Allied Health Team at Healthstin Moss Vale via 1300 090 931 or click this link now. We accept funding from different schemes including the NDIS, workers compensation, private health funds, and the Department of Veteran Affairs.






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