COVID-19 Update – 25 November 2020
I’m pleased to share with you that following the easing of Government restrictions all ECH services are now fully operational again.
Thank-you for your patience and cooperation during this time.
To help us all stay COVID safe please continue to follow safe social distancing measures, apply good hand hygiene practices and if you are feeling unwell then please get tested.
For all of the latest Government news and advice please see SA Health contact tracing webpage.
Dr David Panter
ECH Chief Executive
An advanced form of exercise and water therapy, Hydrotherapy can be used as a form of rehabilitation to aid joint range of motion and strengthen muscles, as well as ease aches and pains (acute or chronic).
The Hydrotherapy pool at College Grove is heated between 28 and 35 degrees and provides an ideal setting for advanced therapy in the form of one-on-one sessions and group classes, as well as the option for guided exercise where you can do your own workout routine with help and guidance from a trained ECH Exercise Physiologist.
Hydrotherapy can help you in several ways
- The warm water allows muscles to relax and eases pain on joints
- The water supports your weight, which helps to relieve pain and increase range of movement in joints
- The water can be used to provide resistance, by pushing your arms and legs against the water you can improve muscle strength
Aqua Aerobics classes are a great way to stay fit and exercise with the added support of the water decreasing stress on joints
Maintain regular exercise and increase your fitness levels through this moderate to high intensity pool-based circuit program which combines cardiovascular fitness with muscle endurance.
This style of therapy allows a range of movements that you may not be able to do outside of the pool, which can help to increase strength and and cardiovascular fitness.
Try ECH Aqua Aerobics at College Grove for just $17 per class!
Aquatic Physiotherapy is a therapeutic whole-of-body treatment that involves moving and exercising in water with the guidance of a trained Physiotherapist.
Aquatic Physiotherapy is used to treat musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis and spinal cord injuries. Clients who have experienced burns, spasticity, stroke, or paralysis may also experience positive results from Aquatic Physiotherapy.
For more information on Hydrotherapy, Aqua Aerobics or Aquatic Physiotherapy please call ECH on 1300 275 324.