Therapy Pool Aids Your Recovery
Paramount Rehabilitation Services offers one of the few therapy pools in the Great Lakes Bay Region. The water reduces stress on joints, making it an effective treatment method for both chronic illnesses and injuries.
During therapy in a pool, the warmth of the water encourages muscle relaxation and blood flow to injured areas. The buoyancy of the water reduces the amount of weight bearing through the body, resulting in less pain for the patient and making it easier to complete exercises. While exercising in the pool, water resistance enhances strength training.
Feel secure at Paramount as our therapist is in the pool with the patients at all times. Our lift chair makes it easy to enter and exit the pool without stairs. A platform allows patients to stay in a shallow area of the pool.
During aquatic therapy, we use specialized treatments to increase cardiovascular function; decrease swelling; build range of motion, flexibility, balance, coordination, muscle tone, and strength. One prime way we do that is with the use of an underwater treadmill and underwater cameras. The treadmill assists with gait and the functional ability of the body. The cameras connect to a screen so patients can see what is happening and make corrections.
After treatment, we use underwater jets to provide deep tissue massage that eases muscle soreness.
The pool therapy is covered by insurance as part of a physical therapy treatment plan. Patients not attending physical therapy may private pay for the pool as follows.
Private Pay Pool Use
• When: Every Monday and Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
• Who: On your first visit, we will provide orientation to the pool with a physical therapy assistant pool specialist.
• Pricing: $10 per 60 minute visit or $40 per month.
• About: Please call our office at (989) 891-9800 to schedule time to use the pool. Our pool features an underwater treadmill, underwater cameras, resistance jets, and stair and chair access into the water. We have two changing facilities in the pool room where belongings can be stored during use of the pool. Pool water is kept warm at a therapeutic level ~ 94 degrees Fahrenheit. We will have an exercise book available at the side of the pool to demonstrate exercises for various body parts
- Chronic Pain
- Chronic and Acute Conditions
- Joint Replacement
- Lumbar, Cervical Fusions and Laminectomy
- Neurological Disorders
- Sports Injuries
- Sprains and strains
- Joint Pain
- Cerebral Palsy