Therapy has helped me physically, mentally, and emotionally. I am thankful for their care and support, throughout my recovery.


Melinda R.



The ladies here are really sweet. To see them each day is a treat. I’ve only been coming a short while and everyday they have a bright smile. I thank you ladies for your time, you share to make me feel special and show you care. I’m going to miss seeing you ladies each day, but in my heart and prayers you all will stay.


Love, Cookie





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Aqua Therapy for Disabilities

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Though almost 20  years old, the following article from WebMD is still highly relevant as it pertains to the multitude of benefits aquatic therapy or "water therapy" can have for patients with various disabilities including those that aren't always limited to physical ability such as cognitive issues like dementia and Alzheimer's.  In general, aqua therapy may improve:

  • balance
  • muscle strength & flexibility
  • mobility & pain management

Water therapy may also help patients:

  • Relax
  • Soothe aching muscles
  • Reduce uneasiness patients can feel while walking on land thereby decreasing risk of falls
  • Water’s buoyancy is rejuvenating, increases energy & flexibility
  • Naturally reduce swelling in lower extremities such as legs, ankles, and feet while increasing circulation

Read the WebMD article for more great information! https://www.webmd.com/fitness-exercise/news/20000719/aquatic-therapy-people-disabilities#1