| Sleepless in the 1800's
|Fun to know that hydrotherapy was the treatment of choice... even in 1899.|
Read 1899 manuscript...
Read our own history of aquatic
|Got the runs?
...then please don't get into the pool! According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), pools should urge patrons with diarrhea to stay
out of the water.
And here's the rub. If you have recently suffered from diarrhea (and are now feeling "better") the CDC says you STILL have to stay out of the water for...
Find out how many days here...
|Buoyancy bells, resistance cuffs and belts to boot!
| Toss out those nasty old Chlorox bottles and inner-tubes.|
Stocking your therapy pool closet?
Equipment companies have come a long way. As recently as 10 years ago, clinicians relied on their own creativity to turn household products into water-worthy fitness gadgets.
Today's problem? - How to pick from all the great options.
|We made a boo-boo in our pediatric listing
Thanks to everyone who caught the typo in last week's eSplash. Yes, all the pediatric courses we listed (and have repeated below) will be held in 2009, not 2008. Hey, for a kid's course you gotta allow a senior moment.
- Durham, North Carolina - February 2009
- San Francisco Bay area - March 2009
- Minneapolis, MN - May 2009
- St. Louis, MO - July 2009
- Pennsylvania - October 2009
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...