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Frail Elderly Find a Home in Water
Eavesdropping on Patient Chatter
Walking the Plinth
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New Year's Special
Aquatic Therapy Boot Camp

When you enroll in any of our twelve 2010 main campus courses
(A $199 Value!)

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This 4-hour class is perfect for newbie aquaticists who have always wanted to treat in the pool but didn't have the skills to start. Learn proper handling techniques, hydrodynamics and more.  Enroll now in one of the following  specialty tracks and get your basic training for free.

Sign up by Jan 8th and we will waive your $75 enrollment fees!
Issue #58  4 January 2010
Aquatic Balance Training for the Elderly
  balancing stonesLine up all the residents in your nursing home. Send half of them to the pool once a week; the other half, twice.

What do you think happens? To their balance? Their ADLs? Their mood?

Would it surprise you to learn that...

Read research abstract.

Enroll in our Oct Geriatrics Class...
Novel Aquatic Balance, Proprioception & Fall Prevention Strategies Online Patient Feedback

patients like me website
Want to know what your clients are saying about their treatment and aquatic therapy in general? Check out this interesting website that displays patient feedback in simple-to-understand graphics. It may be a fun way for your existing patients to chronicle their progress as well as an intriguing new marketing tool for winning new prospects.

Go to PatientsLikeMe Aquatic Rx Report now...
Pool Equipment: Enhancement or Hand-cuff?
underwater plinth 
The beauty of the pool is that the water is your plinth.

Clients can float serenely in supine, yet you can still access the spine, arms and legs freely.

Someday, however, you wish you had just
  • a BIT MORE stability.
But, I say. Isn't this going too far? Or is it the next hot trend in aquatics...
Watch the video here...