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3 Ways a Hydrotherapy Tub Can Reduce Body Pains and Aches

Ageing comes with its challenges and sometimes, never-ending body pain. While this can cause stress and discomfort, it’s important to remember that there are options to help reduce your pain. Besides traditional medication, you can also exercise, stretch, use massage therapy, or, you can sit back and relax in a bath and let the hydrotherapy do all the work! Traditionally, hydrotherapy is the use of water to relieve discomfort or body pain and to help your overall well being. Here are 3 ways hydrotherapy can help take away your aches and pains.

 

  1. Hydro-Jet Water Therapy
    Safe Step Tubs strategically placed 10 Hydro-Jets that are designed to soothe aching areas of your body. You are in full control of changing the speed and intensity to ensure maximum comfort! The best part about our tubs is that you can use the Hydro-Jets to target specific areas, such as your legs, feet or back.
  2. Increase Water Temperature For Maximum Support
    Bathing in hot water will help relax your muscles and help relieve any chronic pain you may be experiencing. While bathing, you can also try to do subtle exercises that will increase the benefits of hydrotherapy. Overall, the warmer the water the more your muscles can relax.
  3. Floatation therapy
    This type of therapy offers relief to many different types of body pains and aches. When your body floats effortlessly without any pressure on muscles or joints, it works wonders for relieving body pains. 

 

Hydrotherapy is a great way to help manage and relieve your pain. Safe Step Tubs allows you to bathe safely in the comfort of your own home. If you suffer from muscle or joint pain, experience pain in your legs or back, you’ll want to try hydrotherapy. This treatment is scientifically proven to help reduce your pain. Learn more about the Safe Step Tubs hydrotherapy by visiting our website. https://safesteptubs.ca/safebathing