Boston is a great sports city and, understandably, it is also where some of the best physical therapists and therapeutic techniques are available. Boston Sports Medicine offers a variety of sports and physical therapy services including aquatic therapy at our Boston, MA area clinics.

Boston Sports Medicine Aquatic Therapy Center

1 Braintree Street
Allston, MA 02134
Tel: (617) 787-8700
Fax: (617) 787-8106

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The Benefits of Aquatic Therapy in Boston, MA

Aquatic therapy has existed for centuries, and began with men and women bathing in natural mineral springs. Aquatic therapy is one of the best methods of providing relief to those in need of rehabilitative services. It is a wise alternative to a cold and overcrowded pool.Aquatic Therapy Boston MA Sanitized with sodium bromide and constantly kept at a temperature of around 90 degrees, the Hydroworx salt-water pool available at Boston Sports Medicine is useful to patients with a wide variety of needs. Aquatic therapy allows patients who are severely debilitated to move freely and without pain. Its benefits also extend to these health conditions:

  • Arthritis
  • Athletic or orthopedic injuries
  • Chronic musculoskeletal pain
  • Neck and back pain
  • Effects from surgery

Serving Individual Health Needs Through Aquatic Therapy in Boston, MA

Aquatic therapy methods are unique to each patient and his or her injury or condition. By tailoring these services, we help guarantee that patients will be up and around in as little time as possible. This type of treatment can in time decrease swelling and related pain, increases circulation, reduces joint stress and improve strength and endurance. Boston Sports Medicine employs the latest facilities and therapeutic techniques that are administered by licensed physical therapists. For more information about aquatic therapy in Boston, MA or our other services, call us today at (617) 787-8700.


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