Galloway Therapy, PLLC
4624 E. 43rd Street
North Little Rock, AR 72217
7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday thru Friday 8 am - 5 pm Late appointments are available upon request.
Physical therapy can be extremely beneficial for people who experience pain in their joints and muscles, or who have recently undergone surgery and need recovery support. However, some people may struggle to improve balance, strength, and independence at the rate they desire with land-based physical therapy. Fortunately, there’s a simple solution for this challenge: Just Add Water.
That’s right. For those who are looking for an easier start to physical therapy, just add water through aquatic therapy. What is aquatic therapy? Aquatic therapy is simply physical therapy performed in water, and provides numerous therapeutic benefits that can help you achieve your rehabilitation goals with less strain and greater opportunities for mobility.
So what makes aquatic therapy such a good option for physical therapy? Water has three properties that make it an excellent choice for therapy:
Here are just a few of the many benefits of aquatic therapy:
Exercises in the pool range from walking in the water to patterned arm and leg movement using the water as resistance. At Galloway Therapy, we have multiple aquatic exercise tools that can be used to enhance the work in the water, including an in-pool treadmill. Your therapist will determine the type, variety and complexity of the exercises based on your physical level and condition. Often, our patients are able to easily transition from aquatic therapy to land-based physical therapy, where you can continue reaching your therapy and health goals.
Here’s what to expect from aquatic therapy at Galloway Therapy:
For more information about aquatic therapy and how it can benefit you, please contact Galloway Therapy at 501-319-7659, or visit www.GallowayTherapy.com.