Aquatic Therapy Pools… Swim All Year Long with an
Endless Pools Fitness Swim Spa!
Warm water, low-impact therapy for fitness and injury recovery.
Aquatic therapy is an excellent therapeutic, low-impact activity for people of all ages and abilities. Harnessing the physical properties of water to assist in patient healing and exercise performance, aquatic therapy is ideal for a variety of medical conditions.
Warm water (our pools can be heated up to 90 degrees) assists in relaxing muscles and increasing blood flow to injured areas. Customers who experience muscle spasms, back pain, arthritis and fibromyalgia find this aspect of aquatic therapy especially therapeutic.
My family has a history of arthritis and as I get older, my joints ache. I love water therapy to keep my joints moving and healthy. Also, I am able to swim in-place using different current strengths. This has enhanced my endurance and overall physical fitness.
The buoyancy of water can reduce your body weight up to 90%, resulting in a low-impact, low-stress environment. The natural resistance of water (optionally enhanced with our swim current or jets) will provide you with a challenging workout. With your own pool you’ll:
- Increase flexibility and strengthen muscles
- Alleviate the symptoms of many medical conditions
- Improve balance and agility
- Decrease joint swelling and reduce pain
- Enjoy simpler, less stressful exercise
Get back in shape, recover from injury, or soothe and strengthen aching bones in a safe, versatile, inviting pool just steps away in your own home.
It is a great way to relax. Get in the current and let it work its way down from your neck to your toes. I had both knees replaced so the Endless Pool is an important part of therapy for me.
Explore our complete line of water therapy pools, perfect for all budgets and locations. Imagine your own personal pool set to the temperature you desire—a respite from pain and stiffness.
Discover all the Endless Pools Swim Spa Therapeutic Uses
- Aging: Regina Sellers
- Bursitis, Betty Edmonds
- Asthma, breathing disorders, Thoracic rehabilitation: Tina Prescott
- Cardiac rehabilitation & High Blood Pressure, Grant Dixon
- Cerebral Palsy
- Chronic back, neck, muscle or joint pain: Vanetta Hunter
- Connective Tissue Disease: Linda Bain
- Diabetes: Judith
- Diabetes: Larry Lands
- Exercise during pregnancy, Linda Braley
- Fibromyalgia: Fran Kaplan
- Joint replacement: Dorothy and Ray Cox
- Lupus: Tish Spencer
- Multiple sclerosis: Sally Knight
- Multiple sclerosis: Robert F. Goldberger, MD
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Nerve disorder – Reflex Sympathy Dystrophy (RSD): Idamarie Duffy
- Post-Polio Therapy: Pat Segar
- Rheumatoid arthritis: Joe Alldredge
- Spinal Injuries: Ty Trause
- Strength training: Lois & Dennis Henry
- Stress Reduction: Dr. Robert Voller
- Weight Management, Stan Cramer
- Weight Management, The Biggest Loser