PHYSIO POOL ENCLOSURES
Pool Enclosures, Inc. manufactures swim-spa enclosures for physical therapy swimming like the structures shown below. Features include insulated tempered high performance low-e dual-glazed glass or multiwall polycarbonate roof, motorized retracting roof panels, windows, and sliding patio or swing doors. NOTE: Both of these enclosures have motorized pool covers, a cover over the water greatly helps control the humidity level in the enclosure...by covering the water when the pool is not being used will keep the 80 degree heated water from emitting unwanted moisture into the room. Applications are commercial and residential.
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Hydrotherapy jets used in swim spas bring relief from muscle stiffness and aches from rheumatism and arthritis through heat, buoyancy and massage. The heat from the swim spas warm water soothes the body while the jets nourish cells and promote regeneration of tissues to help the body heal from injuries and sickness. Hydrotherapy can give benefits to diabetes patients, people with arthritis, ease the pain of migraines, and decrease back pain as well.
- An hour of vigorous swimming will burn up to 650 calories. It burns off more calories than walking or biking.
- Swimming strengthens the heart and lungs.
- Swimming works out all of the body’s major muscles.
- Swimming helps reduce stress.
- Water’s buoyancy make swimming the ideal exercise for physical therapy and rehabilitation or for anyone seeking a low-impact exercise.
- Swimming is a great cardiovascular exercise because you are moving against the water’s resistance, which is over ten times that of the air.
- As with any other type of exercise you need to stay hydrated while swimming and you need to drink water. Your core body temperature can rise as the activity increases. Your body also produces sweat as it does with other physical activity, but it is not as apparent since you are already wet.
Water-powered lifts certified to meet the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design as well as the requirements of the ADA, ABA and CBC.