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Aquatic Therapy for Spinal Injuries

Such is the value of the Endless Pool in the ongoing therapy of Ty Prause that he remembers the date the installation was completed - July 13, 1997 - and he has been feeling better ever since. A horseback-riding accident followed in rapid succession by a football injury resulted in ...

An endless devotion to physical therapy: Mazur builds practice in church basement

Being the only employee at Pinnacle Physical Therapy, a new rehabilitation clinic that opened in September, doesn't bother Doug Mazur one bit. But being without an assistant, aide or receptionist? Even better. It's all part of Mazur's goal of scaling back on physical therapy and providing a more personalized type ...

Conshohocken Physical Therapy Ranked in Top 4 Practices in U.S. — Advance Magazine

Conshohocken Physical Therapy was born in 2005 as a 10-foot by 15-foot space in the back of an athletic training facility owned by a friend of Caucci's husband Robert. Word of mouth referrals, an aggressive advertising campaign and supreme customer service resulted in an average 41 percent revenue growth in ...

Her Ailment is a Mystery, but an Effective Therapy is Clear

Hello Michael, I would like to tell you how much my WaterWell has helped me with my condition. I've lost 16 pounds, and I can get in and out of a car without assistance, climb stairs with two legs instead of one, and just have overall better mobility. I want ...

Water Exercise & Therapy for Muscular Dystrophy

In addition to therapy and a healthy lifestyle, consider regular water exercise at home for Muscular Dystrophy. The magical properties of water will enable you or a loved one to perform muscle strengthening exercises without the jarring impact felt on land. Water exercise will help reduce water retention, increase circulation, ...

Meg O.: "This therapy pool has changed my life."

Meg O. of Stoddard, Wisconsin, was inspired to get her Endless Pool while nursing a long-term injury. She shared this story of her ongoing recovery and how the Endless Pool gave her "a new lease on life." This simple installation was good enough for Meg O. She used her Endless ...

A 15-minute swim for lupus erythematosus

The Endless Pool was not invented especially with Tish Spencer in mind, it just seems that way. An avid runner, once diagnosed with systemic lupus erythematosus, necessarily needed to find a no-impact exercise. Lupus, an autoimmune disorder that afflicts some two million people, is little understood, but young women account ...

Benefits of aquatic therapy for joint repair and replacement surgery

Dorothy and Ray Cox, married 60 years (inset photo) both attest to the benefits of aquatic therapy for recovery from joint repair and replacement surgery. Their experience also highlights one of the sometimes overlooked advantages of exercising in water: improved balance. Ray has had two hip surgeries. He focuses on ...

Innovating your own swimming pool workouts

People like Lois and Dennis Henry, of Florida remind us that Endless Pool owners are a constant, dynamic source of innovation, not to mention promotion, for the product. Having installed their unit a little more than a year ago, both use it daily, adapting their workouts to meet specific conditioning ...

Eliminating pain and prescription medications

When conventional swimming pools in northern latitudes are covered up and useless, Linda Bain's Endless Pool is at its most "magnificent," as she describes it. Linda, a recently retired postal worker who lives in Wisconsin, has used her pool for a little more than a year to treat the symptoms ...

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