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Aquatic Therapy


Aquatics Physical Therapy is now the preferred treatment option for reducing pain in joint-related conditions.

Our Aquatic Physical Therapy Program is designed for patients who would benefit from a variety of therapeutic activities performed in a warm, safe, buoyant environment. Water reduces the stress on injured body parts, allowing patients to make healing progress while in the water before transitioning to land-based therapies.

Do I Need Aquatic Therapy?

Aquatic Physical Therapy is designed for patients who would benefit from a variety of therapeutic activities performed in a warm, safe, buoyant environment. Your individual program is developed and monitored according to your specific rehab needs and tolerance by our clinically licensed therapists.

Aquatic Physical Therapy is a drug-free treatment that has been shown to significantly improve joint pain and stiffness for those who suffer with arthritis, or who are recovering from surgery. Patients can increase mobility and recover from injury more quickly by using aquatic therapy.

Aquatic Physical Therapy is also a fantastic way for all ages and ability levels to improve their fitness and strength. It is used by numerous colleges, professional athletes, and is available in our Pasco, Kennewick, and Queensgate clinics!

Learn about our different therapy options

At Oasis, we offer everything from aquatic and massage therapies, to community classes and sports medicine. Learn how we can help you today.

What is Aquatic Therapy?

Excercising in the Water:

Our Therapy Pools Feature:

  • Safe environment for users of all ages- children, adults, and seniors
  • Warm temperatures – generally 92-93°F – suitable for a variety of non-aerobic, reduced stress activities
  • Comfortable, safe depths with sitting areas
  • Easy access to the pool interior; assistance to enter/leave the pool as needed, and mechanical lifts for non-ambulatory patients
  • Aquatic treadmills and Currents for dynamic and resisted exercise
  • Jacuzzi-style water jets for muscle relaxation