You may have heard about spa therapy and may be thinking that itâ€™s the same as hydrotherapy, but there is a difference. Spa therapy relies on special minerals to assist in its healing qualities. For the hot tub you are going to rely on the warmth and movement of the water, however you can add aromatherapy into the equation as well which may give you a totally different experience.
Many people have a hot tub installed because they have had a pleasant experience using one in the past. They may have visited a friend who had a hot tub, or even the public pool, which has a hot tub. No matter where it was, most probably they immediately feel a sense of relaxation and enjoyment, as well as some pain relief.
Hydrotherapy is often used for arthritic pain and for good reasons. It is also used for many different forms of chronic pain or other painful conditions. It is always a good idea to check with your health care provider first to ensure it is okay for you to use a hot tub.
The concept of how hydrotherapy works is that the warm water causes the body to relax. This is the first pain reliever. Then, the water has the ability to support your weight, which allows for easier movement. Also, you can get some resistance to your movements which helps to strengthen weaker areas of your body. The hot tub also allows for all of this, so in essence it is like having your very own personal hydrotherapy unit right at your home.
While the hot tub has many health benefits associated with it, donâ€™t forget about the social benefits it can provide. It is a great place to sit and enjoy some conversation with other family members or friends.
Your investment in the hot tub is going to be one that you will never regret.