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WANT EFFECTIVE AND LONG-LASTING ARTHRITIS RELIEF THIS WINTER? TRY AQUATIC EXERCISE AND HYDROTHERAPY

WANT EFFECTIVE AND LONG-LASTING ARTHRITIS RELIEF THIS WINTER? TRY AQUATIC EXERCISE AND HYDROTHERAPY cover

Winter can be a tough season for people with arthritis. Cold weather often exacerbates joint pain and stiffness, making it harder to stay active and manage symptoms effectively. Arthritis is one of the most prevalent health conditions in Australia, affecting 1 out of 7 people or some 3.6 million individuals each year.

Aquatic exercise is an excellent way to alleviate arthritis symptoms due to the unique properties of water. The buoyancy of water reduces the weight placed on joints, allowing for gentle movements that minimise pain and discomfort. This low-Impact environment makes it easier to perform exercises that might be challenging on land, promoting joint flexibility and overall physical health.

Our Exercise Physiologists at Healthstin Moss Vale specialise in developing individualised exercise programs tailored to manage arthritis effectively. Through aquatic exercises such as water walking, gentle swimming, and water aerobics, we can help you improve your joint function and reduce pain. These exercises are designed to enhance muscle strength, increase range of motion, and boost cardiovascular health, all while providing a soothing experience in warm water.

To effectively manage arthritis this winter, consider integrating aquatic exercise and hydrotherapy into your routine. Regularly scheduled hydrotherapy sessions can help you maintain a consistent exercise routine, which is crucial for managing arthritis symptoms. You can also join group aquatic-based classes that can provide social support and motivation, making exercise more enjoyable.

Don’t let arthritis pain hold you back this winter. At Healthstin in Moss Vale, our aquatic exercise and Hydrotherapy programs offer effective and long-lasting relief from arthritis symptoms. Talk to our Allied Health Team today via 1300 090 931 or click this link now.

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