Endless Pools News: aquatic therapy

The Week in Swimming 5/10/2018

Looking back at the Open Water Nationals & ahead to the Pan Pacs, plus Katie Ledecky's upcoming pro debut, extracurriculars for Lilly King & Anthony Ervin, the swimming hedgehog, & much more...

For the Pain of Spinal Stenosis, Mike Takes a Swim

For years, Mike T. endured the debilitating pain of spinal stenosis. Today, all that's changed. "I'm not on any medications," Mike reports. "I swim seven days a week. The Endless Pool has basically cured all my issues."

Run, Mark, Run!

When injuries interrupted his Boston Marathon training runs, Mark Langan turned to this Endless Pools Underwater Treadmill to retain stamina and flexibility while his body healed.

The Week in Swimming 2/23/2018

Red umbrellas, the Swim for Nick foundation, and more inspiration from the week's swimming news!

The Week in Swimming 2/16/2018

Olympic swimmer James Magnussen sees a double standard at the Winter Olympics, plus pain relief from cold water swimming and mermaid rights activists.

Swimming Therapy for the Dogs of Montana

Montana Water Dogs – Varen Chapman's Original Endless Pool in a garage bay attached to her house – treats mostly "older dogs or dogs coming out of surgery." For these dogs, she says, "Water therapy can help so much. It works just as well with dogs as humans."

Jessie Graff Learns to Relax … Her Way!

American Ninja Warrior Jessie Graff trains hard. "Your body can only take so much impact a week." That's why she got an Endless Pool for low-impact aquatic workouts. "This is kind of the perfect solution!"

Adam Carolla Saves the Day (with a Little Help)

Beth needs aquatic therapy to keep her disability from worsening. The team at Endless Pools collaborated with Adam Corolla of Spike TV’s Catch a Contractor to save the day...

Aquatic Exercise & Therapy for Parkinson's

Convenient water exercise and therapy at home are perfect for battling the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. With regular water exercise in an Endless Pool you'll build muscle strength, endurance and enhance flexibility. Empower yourself and fight the degenerative symptoms of Parkinson's and improve your personal outlook and mood. With daily ...

Post-Stroke Recovery Using Aquatic Therapy

If you're recovering from a stroke, Physical & Occupational Therapists agree, Aquatic Therapy is ideal for regaining balance and muscle control. In the buoyancy of water you'll drastically improve both your physical and mental well-being. Now in the privacy & convenience of your own home you can perform aquatic exercises ...

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