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    COVID-19 and Your Safety

    • Our office is open and accepting appointments to provide essential care to patients. Our clinic is in complete compliance with current CDC protocols.
    • We are screening all patients for possible exposure to COVID-19.
    • Special attention and precautions are given to those over age 65 and those with other conditions that may put them at higher risk.
    • Our staff and patients are wearing masks, gloves when appropriate and washing hands frequently.
    • Commonly accessed areas are cleaned and sanitized frequently.
    • Free phone consultations are available to all patients and those individuals who may call in with questions.
    • Please let us know how we may be of service to you.

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Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic Therapy

Water Exercise

At Progress PT, our aquatic pool therapy is designed specifically for patients who cannot tolerate on-the-ground-based exercise. Often, patients who utilize aquatic therapy gradually improve to above-ground training.

The pool offers several benefits to patients with above-average pain or injury including improved circulation, relaxed muscles, elevated buoyancy, and low-impact training aimed to increase muscle, flexibility, and range of motion. Each patient undertaking aquatic therapy receives a personalized therapy regimen that can be customized according to underwater treadmill speed, jets for resistive movements, water level, and water temperature. In addition to each individual’s therapy treatment, our staff accompanies all patients during aquatic routines, ensuring proper procedure and maximization of therapy goals.

Aquatic therapy is best suited for patients suffering from musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular/pulmonary, and integumentary diseases, disorders, or conditions. Using the pool helps to improve or maintain function, aerobic capacity, endurance conditioning, balance, coordination, agility, body mechanics, postural stabilization, flexibility, gait and locomotion, relaxation, muscle strength, power, and endurance.