Blog

Nick Held: Practical Considerations to Optimize Aquatic Treadmill Training

| Posted in: Webinars

Nick Held was one of many athletic trainers that participated as a presenter for our Spring Sports Medicine CEU program. Nick Held is the Research and Development Manager at HydraAthletics  (Ontario, Canada) and he has worked on research projects regarding aquatic treadmill training with several of the athletes that he treats. Nick started working with […]

Read More

Erin Bussin: Return to Sport Protocol

| Posted in: Webinars

Erin Bussin, the hydrotherapy lead and sports performance coach at Fortius Sport & Health (Vancouver, BC) was a featured presenter during  our Spring Sports Medicine Webinar Series. She described how she treats athletes by using her ‘Return to Sport’ criteria. Erin specifically presented on treating athletes successfully using her ‘Return to Running’ and ’Return to […]

Read More

Facility Spotlight: The University of Alabama Football

| Posted in: Facility Spotlight

The University of Alabama Football team and their fellow students start to slowly flood Colleges and Universities throughout the nation they are greeted with new policies and guidelines to help prevent the spread of illness. Students have found campuses looking a little different this year as the “new normal” around campus begins to develop. While […]

Read More

Tips for Treating Patients Throughout COVID-19

| Posted in: Webinars

Dr. Al Pinto practices chiropractic medicine and is the owner of Spine and Joint Associates, located in South Bend Indiana. With his wife who acts as office manager, the practice includes four doctors, operating out of two offices.  Aquatic therapy is one of the many services the practice offers, featuring two HydroWorx above-ground underwater treadmill […]

Read More

Facility Spotlight: Blue Wave Physical Therapy

| Posted in: Facility Spotlight

This month we are excited to shine our facility spotlight on Catherine Courtney, PT, MPT, and her facility Blue Wave Physical Therapy and Wellness Center (Metairie, LA). Catherine partnered with her sister, a massage therapist, and opened Blue Wave PT one year ago. They both grew up loving to swim, and getting into the water […]

Read More

Using Water to Enhance Recovery for Athletes

| Posted in: Aquatic Conditioning, Aquatic Therapy, Athletic Training, HydroWorx, Sports Medicine, Water Therapy

Aquatic therapy has long been used as a method for athletes to quickly recover from an injury and return to their sport. This type of modality has allowed for athletes to train and rehabilitate even when they are suffering from injuries that are chronic or reoccurring. Using a hot or cold pool after a workout […]

Read More

Webinar Recap: Sprint Work

| Posted in: Aquatic Education, Aquatic Therapy, Aquatic Therapy Protocols, Athletic Training, Rehabilitation Tips, Sports Medicine, underwater treadmill, Water Treadmill, Webinars

As part of the Spring Sports Medicine CEU webinar series, Murphy Grant, who is the Sr. Assistant Athletic Director at Wake Forest University, presented on how to build a sprint work program that ensures athletes are consistently becoming faster and stronger. Murphy discussed the components of speed, the benefits of using water and multiple ways […]

Read More

HydroWorx with NFL and Collegiate Players Webinar Recap

| Posted in: Aquatic Education, Aquatic Therapy, HydroWorx, Rehabilitation Tips, Sports Medicine, Training Tips, underwater treadmill, Water Therapy, Webinars

As part of our Spring Sports Medicine CEU Training Program, we had the pleasure of working with Collin Francis who is an assistant athletic trainer with the Baltimore Ravens. Collin presented on using hydrotherapy to treat collegiate and professional athletes. The webinar was packed with good information. Here are some points Collin suggested you consider […]

Read More

Research Shows Effects of Aquatic Walking For Peripheral Artery Disease Patients

| Posted in: Aquatic Therapy, Physical Therapy, Research, Uncategorized, underwater treadmill, Water Therapy

According to the National Heart, Blood and Lung Institute, peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a common condition and circulatory problem which causes the arteries to become narrowed and stiffened due to an accumulation of plaque in the arteries. This accumulation of plaque or fatty deposits causes a reduction in blood flow which results in the […]

Read More

10 Tips for Preparing an Application for Funding

| Posted in: Aquatic Education, Aquatic Therapy, Water Therapy

By: Paula Bodine, HydroWorx Clincal Education Specialist During these unprecedented times many of us are trying to find creative ways to keep our projects and business going. Grants are a great way to seek community, state or even federal funding for your clinic, care center, or hospital. We understand that you want to make your […]

Read More
Page 1 of 13612345...102030...Last »