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A Gift from Medicare
Baby Waterproofing
Unraveling the Secrets of the Water Cube
What Happens in Minneapolis, Stays in Minneapolis
Seminar Updates
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Issue: #1 18 Aug 2008
Photo of ARN FounderDear Aquatic Therapy Family,

Welcome to the first issue of eSplash, our new weekly newsletter designed to help keep your finger on the pulse of the aquatic health industry. While you are busy running your businesses, we will be foraging the Web to give you with the most up-to-date medical, health and reimbursement news to keep you at the top of your game. Look for eSplash in your inbox every Monday morning and enjoy!

Andrea Salzman, MS, PT, Founder
Aquatic Resources Network
Medicare Throwing in the Towel
giving gift Finally, relief from "exclusive use" pool clause
For the last several years, Medicare has restricted use of public pools for patient care. Their policy, it seemed, prevented private practice PTs or OTs from using a community pool (such as the YMCA or a hotel pool) for patient care unless the entire pool was closed to the public during the hours in which Medicare patients were seen. What happened next? You complained and the government blinked.
From Our Blog
water baby 
A toddler slips out of the house and heads for the family swimming pool. The boy falls in the water, and sinks, but something amazing happens next. Instead of drowning, he flips on his back, floats to the top and cries for help. Too good to be true? You decide!
Nothing New Under Olympic "Water Cube"
Dallas Aquatic Therapy Seminar PromoWhat's the big secret behind the National Aquatic Center? Nothing.
Accused of being everything from a giant bubble bath to providing unfair advantage to this year's Olympians, Beijing's fantastical swimming temple is actually built to FINA standards. Guess Michael Phelps really might have earned all those golds on his own after all.
Registrations Now Open for Minneapolis Conference
minneapolis skyline summer Making The Case For Aquatic Therapy
Edina, Minnesota
October 16-18, 2008
Tons of pool time. Tons of research backing up what you have always suspected to be true... that aquatic therapy works. We look at what insurance companies are saying, what the AMA is saying, and what YOU should be saying about aquatic therapy. And then we plop our butts in the pool and practice it until our toes turn pruney.