| Keeping Your Whistle Wet
Muscles cramping? Getting irritable? Losing your zing? Water, water everywhere and you don't even bother to drink! Immersion plus physical activity, especially in a hot and/or humid environment like a therapy pool, could be giving you a chronic, low-grade case of dehydration. Follow the links below to gain some insight on how athletes keep their dehydration in check.
Our 2-second method to tell if you are hydrated...
Swimmer hydration tips...
|Rotator Cuff Rehab
| Sign-up your entire staff up for next month's Last Gasp Fibromyalgia webinar for 1 price.|
You have always believed that aquatics is good medicine for the fibromyalgia patient. You've seen it daily in your home pool. But what does the evidence say?
Join our 90-minute Evidence-Based Aquatic Therapy for the Fibro Patient webinar and find out.
Even better? This webinar comes complete with our Evidence-Based Powerpoint Presentation which you get to keep to educate your physicians. This presentation includes compelling research, gorgeous photographs, and a complete reference list.
|Peds Coming Soon to ARN
To keep up with the increasing treatment options available to aquatic therapists everywhere, the Aquatic Resources Network is expanding our educational offerings with the introduction of a pediatrics track to our 2009 seminar schedule.
In all, we will be holding five peds courses:
- North Carolina - February, 2008
- San Francisco Bay area - March, 2008
- Minneapolis - May, 2008
- St. Louis - July, 2008
- Pennsylvania - October, 2008
And, speech therapists
, we haven't forgotten about you! Our San Francisco Bay Area
will also feature a speech therapist track.
If you love treating children but need fresh ideas to work in the pool, plan on attending one of these seminars.View our 2009 seminar page here...