Our physiotherapists will comprehensively assess your ability to move in a warm water environment, opening up new pathways for patients to move that they wouldn’t usually achieve on land.

Water creates natural resistance to movement, which forces the muscles of your body to work harder. This creates a  positive long-term impact on muscle strength and endurance.

The added buoyancy eases movement in the pool, stimulating circulation and easing pain in the joints. This also decreases effective body weight, allowing those with too much discomfort to walk the ability to replicate land activities in a safe and supportive setting.

In general, hydrotherapy can be used to achieve the following goals:

  • Increased strength and flexibility (post injury or surgery)
  • Reduced high tone and spasticity
  • Reduced pain or hypersensitivity
  • Improved balance
  • Improved circulation and heart function, and 
  • Enhanced overall coordination

Great therapists who listen and work within your ability to do exercises. If you're unable to do something, they are happy to work something else out to help you. Amazing people and a great environment.
Erin M.Wagga Wagga, New South Wales


Injury Support, No Matter Your Situation.

We offer free, out-of-pocket charge services for a number of different providers. Ensuring that you get the treatment you need, no matter what.