University of Kansas Hydrotherapy Tour
Murphy Grant, Director of Sports Medicine at University of Kansas provides a detailed look at the multiple locations on their campus with HydroWorx pools.
University of Arizona Pool Room Tour and Design Tips
Randy Cohen was gracious enough to show off their well-equipped hydrotherapy-related rooms in this video. During the informal tour, he provides several excellent tips for those thinking about adding onsite aquatic therapy to their menu of services.
Pro Hockey and College Basketball Dual Training
What do you do when you have two athletes with very different needs that can both be addressed by working out in a HydroWorx pool? At ACCUA PT in Savage, MN the answer is simple: Put both individuals in the pool at the same time. We met Ryan, a pro hockey player and Bobby, a […]
Why the Average Runner Should Use Water
Whether training for your local 5K or the Boston Marathon, many of the techniques that the pros use can apply to the average runner looking to increase their performance. Salazar uses underwater running for his professional athletes and describes some reasons why he feels underwater running is important for any healthy runner (not just an […]
Functional Golf Training
Tim DiFrancesco, Physical Therapist, Certified Athletic Trainer and Certified Strength & Conditioning Coach, shows practical golf skill development and fitness training in the HydroWorx pool. Sessions are conducted at Peak Performance Physical Therapy in Swampscott, Massachusetts.
Utah State O-Line Football Drills
Mike Williams, Athletic trainer at Utah State Athletics, takes you through a typical workout for the Utah State Football offensive line in the HydroWorx pool. You’ll see drills, sprints, skill work and the entire O-line pool workout.
Women’s College Basketball at University of Virginia Rehab in HydroWorx
Watch this unique video from the University of Virginia focusing on the rehab of women’s basketball athletes. It features not only the athlete’s rehabbing in the pool, but also the strengthening and conditioning needed to get back on the court. Paul Murata, Assistant athletic trainer, and Ed Nordenschild, Director of strength and conditioning, demonstrate the […]
Triathlete Trains Post-Accident
Talented triathlete Dave Cummings was training on his bicycle when he was struck by a driver on a cell phone and dragged beneath his car. His femur was broken in three places and the compound fracture severed his femoral artery and vein; as a result, he lost 68 percent of his blood. In addition, his […]
Training for Her Next Olympic Chance
After making the 2004 Athens Olympics but missing the cut for Beijing in 2008, Carrie Tollefson didn’t stop or even slow down. She’s trying again for the 2012 Team, but this time around, there another added challenge. Being pregnant and running has its risks for mother and child, so Carrie is taking the water route […]
Posterior Tibialis Tendonitis and Marathon Training
What started as rehabilitation from posterior tibialis tendonitis in order to continue Nicole’s love of running, turned into a new form of training once she had successfully recovered from her injury. Learn about her case history and how she is able to remain injury-free with aquatic therapy using the HydroWorx pool at Boston Sports Medicine.