TO Defies Injury – Again

TO Defies Injury – Again

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TO Defies Injury – Again
Terrell Owens Relies on Aquatic Therapy to Overcome Injury

Middletown, PA-In 2005, Terrell Owens was written off for the Eagles’ Super Bowl appearance as a result of a broken leg and subsequent surgery. He defied the odds when he came back and dominated against New England. He may prove the nay-sayers wrong again as he suits up for the Dallas Cowboys in their playoff game with the New York Giants. The notorious wide receiver suffered a high ankle sprain in a December game against the Panthers and has dedicated the last three weeks to restoring his ankle – once again with the use of a HydroWorx 2000 series pool.

One of the keys to Owens’ rehab in ’05 was the time he spent in a HydroWorx pool. With this injury, TO went after hours to the American Airlines Center to utilize the Dallas Mavericks’ HydroWorx product. TO is not alone in his confidence in aquatic therapy, scientific research has proven the benefits of a HydroWorx pool.

The HydroWorx 2000 provides therapists and athletic trainers with ultimate versatility in a modular pool. Complete with an adjustable floor, powerful jet system and variable speed underwater treadmill, it satisfies the contrasting demands of rehabilitation patients as well as elite athletes.

Other athletes such as Carson Palmer, Adrian Peterson, Tim Duncan, and Donovan McNabb have also rehabbed with HydroWorx technology.

About HydroWorx: HydroWorx specializes in designing, manufacturing, and marketing the world’s finest water therapy and conditioning equipment for the sports, healthcare, eldercare, and fitness markets. The company leads the industry in scientific research and data supporting the therapeutic and rehabilitative properties of water therapy. HydroWorx has sold products in 50 states and nine countries. Among its extensive and elite client list are: Dr. James Andrews, renowned orthopedic surgeon; the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints, the U.S. Navy Seals, NASA, the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Manchester United, Nike, the NHL champion Pittsburgh Penguins, the NCAA men’s basketball national champion Duke University, Notre Dame, and Appalachian State.


Page Updated on June 9th, 2020


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