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for hydrotherapy

 

Hydrotherapy describes many different activities that involve or are done in water. These activities have a therapeutic effect. Hydrotherapy often refers to movement and exercise for rehabilitation carried out in a warm pool. These pools are usually quite shallow so you can stand up easily in them and have a rail to hold on to. Often the pools have a few different ways of getting in the water such as steps, a ramp or a hoist.  

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