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(also known as Hot Tub)
Aqua therapy, physical therapy is performed in a warm-water pool, allowing for earlier intervention, greater tolerance of activity, and easier gains in range of motion with less pain. more at Wikipedia

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Overall, 92% (2524 Members) find Aqua Therapy helpful

Aqua Therapy Reviews

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Great, but short term and pricey.
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Soak in hot baths ALOT
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Just bought my own spa for home...after I'm in for just 30 min I can be pain free for 3-5 hours!!! Not necessarily in my joints that are really bad from the OA but my muscle pain is gone for those hours...
Working / Worked
But, it's not really an option since I no longer have a pool.
Working / Worked
Good but assisted water exercises in a heated pool has longer term relief and is improving my muscles, although I have not lost weight. I have done this for one year. I use the book Water Exercises by Martha White. It has three levels. I put the pages in plastic in a plastic binder and take them to the pool. Ordered the stretch bands from Amazon. Stick with it.
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helped and still helps immensely more than about anything. took hot baths for years and years for lower body fibro pain. did hot tub before massage therapy for lower body fibro pain prior to that. hot showers now help upper body fibro pain so much. and the warmer the bathroom, during the shower, the better.
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Heat all over instead of pads in two places
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This is very helpful, but not very accessible for me. My hospital does not have adequate services in this area and I cannot afford gym memberships at this time.
Working / Worked
Works whilst in the Hot Tub/ any hot water, but the effect wears off almost instantly after getting out
Working / Worked
Yes. Hot baths, hot water. It relieves tension and pain.
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