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The HydroMassage Hydrotherapy Bed

What is hydrotherapy?
Hydrotherapy is a form of therapy that applies the use of water as a curative and preventive form of therapy. According to Holistic Online.com, “Hydro- and hydrothermal therapy are traditional methods of treatment that have been used for the treatment of disease and injury by many cultures” (http://www.holistic-online.com/hydrotherapy.htm). Hydrothermal is another name for hydrotherapy with the additional element of heat.

What are the different forms of hydrotherapy available?
There are several different forms of hydrotherapy available on the market today. Below is a brief description of a few of the forms of hydrotherapy that are commonly used today. These forms of hydrotherapy may be found in spas, fitness centers and some tanning salons.

The HydroMassage Hydrotherapy Bed
The HydroMassage hydrotherapy bed is one of the forms of hydrotherapy that uses the combination of water, heat and massage to provide a comforting and relaxing experience for the user. The HydroMassage hydrotherapy bed allows the user to lay comfortably on a rubber barrier while water jets move up and down the body. Although water is used during this relaxing therapy, the user never gets wet as the water is only a tool to provide the deep tissue massage. HydroMassage hydrotherapy beds are commonly found in fitness centers, spas and tanning salons. To learn more about HydroMassage Hydrotherapy Beds and the therapeutic benefits of hydrotherapy, click here.

Sauna
A sauna is another form of hydrotherapy commonly found in spas. The sauna uses heat and water to produce steam while the user sits or stands in an enclosed room. The purpose of this form of hydrotherapy is to rid the body of toxins and help improve the respiratory system. However, this form of therapy is widely used by those wishing for a relaxing spa treatment as well.

Hot Tub
A hot tub (also referred to as a whirlpool) is another form of hydrotherapy that involves the user being immersed in a tub of water. The hot tub is filled with hot water while jets swirl pressurized water around the tub. The hot tub is another form of therapy that may be found in a spa or fitness center. Although this form of hydrotherapy is liked by some, there are people who don’t want to be immersed in water. A common replacement for the therapy a hot tub provides is the HydroMassage Hydrotherapy Bed.

To learn more about the HydroMassage Hydrotherapy Bed, click here.