Hospitals and physical therapy clinicss choose SwimEx therapy pools over the competition for its versatility, ease of maintenance and smooth, constant water current.
“Our new SWIMEX 600T pool offers a diversity of low impact, high resistance aquatic therapies in both areas of Occupational and Physical Therapy. The patented SWIMEX water current creates an ideal environment for strength training and functional activities during all phases of the rehabilitation program.” Fitzgibbon Hospital
Body and Balance Physical Therapy loves how their SwimEx helps increase their patients’ recovery rate and allows them to begin therapy soon after surgery or injury.
Sterling Physical Therapy uses the adjustable pool depths and current settings of their SwimEx to treat patients of all sizes and abilities.
Fyzical Therapy & Balance Center SwimEx provides their patients with “an effective and secure environment for strength rehabilitation.”
The Aquatic Therapy Program at Griffin Hospital is designed for a variety of patients including those with a limited weight bearing status and those who have not responded to or cannot tolerate land-based physical therapy.
The unique properties of water – buoyancy, hydro-static pressure, viscosity and fluid dynamics – combined with the superiority of a SwimEx provides an ideal rehabilitative environment for all types of injuries. And, here’s why: