Hydrotherapy is the use of water and air in the treatment of illness and stress. Since the days of ancient Greece man has recognised the soothing, curative powers of bathing. At the beginning of the last century the medical profession identified these benefits and began to prescribe hydrotherapy using whirlpools to aid with the treatment of

  • tension & stress
  • insomnia
  • poor circulation and stiffness
  • aches & pains

We all have different reasons for choosing a hydrotherapy system, for some it’s a sanctuary from a demanding life, for others it’s a must after a hard day in the garden. Exclusive Whirlpools affordable prices and comprehensive product range enables every household to experience the fun and exciting way of bathing with all the benefits of hydrotherapy.

Hydrotherapy Benefits

Hydrotherapy Explained

Hydrotherapy healing is based on the use of the curative effect water has on the body. Modern medicine has linked the effects of the mind and body being indistinguishably linked.

The healing properties of hydrotherapy are based on it’s mechanical effects. It makes use of the body’s reaction to hot and cold stimuli, to the protracted application of heat, to the pressure exerted by the water, and the sensation of the water itself. Nerves carry what is felt by the skin deeper into the body, where it is then vital in stimulating the immune system, influencing the production of stress hormones, improving circulation and digestion, encouraging the flow of blood, and lessening the body’s sensitivity to pain.

Hydrotherapy technology gives us the opportunity to rediscover and maintain a relaxed, healthy and pain free body, a body that is left in a state of stress will often see our lives being driven by anxiety,emotional stress and fatigue. A body in a state of ease and balance can significantly help us to handle an often over stressed modern life. The benefits of hydrotherapy include:


Hydrotherapy offers an excellent way in which to regain and maintain a relaxed pain free body,a body in a state of ease and balance can significantly help us to handle an often over-stressed modern life. Shoulder and neck simulations and massage is particularly effective easing and encouraging blood supply to areas of the brain responsible for co-ordination , immune system, appetite and emotional attitude to anxiety and stress.

Obviously accidents, injuries to neck area can cause restriction of blood supply but even habitual daily routines such as poor posture (office work) can lead to background symptoms such as fatigue, headaches and craving for sweet foods. Correctly positioned jets will help the neck, shoulder area regain efficient blood supply in this most important of areas of our body. The hydrotherapy system is a relaxing and passive way to warm-up before a match, golf, or sports practice session.

Hydrotherapy can help as a preventative reducing the effects of stress, tension and fatigue and toning the spinal muscles reducing the risk of injury. Hydrotherapy can also be curative acting on injuries or strains to reduce inflammation reducing muscle spasm helping to reduce pain.

The passive effects of the hydrotherapy experience restores our bodies and with our bodies restored thus supports a healthy mind and body and therefore better prepared to deal with the stresses of modern life.

The hydrotherapy experience improves blood supply whilst at the same time cleanses the system by delivering fresh oxygenated blood and nutrients to the cells and removes waste products, ultimately improving skin tone and circulation.

The hydrotherapy bathing experience is also an occasion to relax and simply enjoy the sanctuary of your own bathroom.

After you have enjoyed your sporting activity you may experience sweating and stiffness and muscle pain, a short session in the hydrotherapy bath will aid with relaxing the body, and the passive massage will stretch any tense muscles and increase lymphatic drainage.

The following will benefit:
Joint muscle, lower back, Upper Back, Lower Back, Thighs, Shoulders, Toes, Hips, Neck, Elbows, Calfs, High blood pressure, Trapezius Muscles, Glutes. Calves, Latissimus dorsi Muscles, Quadricepts. Ligaments, Sprains, Tears (mild – moderate)

After a short walk or the loss of exercise opportunities, The hydrotherapy experience delivers relief to the following areas of the body:

Arthritis, Osteo-arthritis, joint muscles, Nerve problems, Stomach problems, Circulation, Hip pain, Lumbago, Sciatica, Energy/Exhaustion, Parkinson’s disease, Muscles, Angina

The pressures of modern life often leaves us stressed, tired and in need of relaxation, a hydrotherapy bathing experience delivers non invasive therapy to meet all the aspects associated with modern life. The following represent only some of the possible problems we experience that also have an effect on our relationships particularly where issues related to stress are involved.

Computer Keyboard Symptoms, Energy/Exhaustion, Fatigue, Headaches, Migraine, Stress, Relaxation, Shoulder & Neck, Lumbago

The A-Z of Hydrotherapy

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The A – Z of Hydrotherapy is the most concise publication available on the benefits of hydrotherapy, and is approved by the Oxford School of Chiropractic Ltd. We would like to thank Multijet Ltd (PO Box 690 Goldaming, Surrey, GU7 9AG) for giving us permission to use the publication. Exclusive Whirlpools are not responsible for any external content. 
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