Dr Wellness has been committed for decades to aleviating Arthritis pain in the skelatal frame. One source of relief for Arthritis is through Hyrdo Therapy
Dr. Wellness is a proud supporter of:
The American Chronic Pain Association wants us to let them guide us through the Maze of Pain which includes Arthritis
The American Acne Foundation (AAF) was established in 2009 as an organization for the support of people with acne.
The National Psoriasis Foundation is working to find a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and to eliminate their devastating effects. The American Pain Foundation is working diligently at understanding pain and finding therapies that work such as Arthritis The Vitamin D Council links together great minds to discover the secrets of the vitamin and how it is with Arthritis
  The Arthritis Foundation is committed to helping its victums live with it and provide therapies to aleviate it  

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Arthritis and Hot Tub Hydrotherapy:
Dr Wellness Arthritis in the hands is probably the worst kind of arthritis since it impacts your day to day activities more than any other type

Over the years, hot tub hydrotherapy has evolved from "simply relaxing" to "physically therapeutic" for several medical conditions, among them arthritis.

Arthritis, which is an inflammation of the joints, causes pain and swelling as well as decreased range of motion. Researchers believe that time spent in a hot tub can help ease the aches and pains of arthritis while allowing the joints a higher degree of mobility.

According to the Arthritis Foundation, gentle stretching exercises should be done every day to help strengthen muscles and bones and increase flexibility. Further, the Foundation states that flexibility exercises can help protect joints by reducing the risk of joint injury; daily exercises can be done in water such as a hot tub, and are particularly useful for easing stiff arthritic joints in the morning.

Additionally, the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine states that in the small number of controlled studies done on hydrotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis, many have reported benefit.

The buoyant warm water hydrotherapy of a Dr. Wellness hot tub makes it the ideal environment for relieving arthritis symptoms while improving overall range of motion.


Feel better with regular Dr. Wellness hydrotherapy sessions.

When arthritis strikes, simple activities of daily living, like buttoning a shirt or starting the car, become difficult due to stiff joints and decreased mobility. Even minor arthritis pain can interfere with your daily routine.

Dr Wellness Hydro Therapy relieves Arthritis Symptoms. Your Range of Motion can be significantly improved thereby freeing up your life for those little pleasures

Dr. Wellness Spas' hydrotherapy can help relieve Arthritis Symptoms:

  • The heat from the warm water relaxes the entire body as it increases blood flow.
  • The massaging action of the jets loosens muscle tension and soothes sore joints
  • water's buoyancy makes you feel lighter, with up to 90% of your body weight lifted.
Hydrotherapy and Type 2 Diabetes

Hydro Therapy Dr Wellness Relieves Arthritis Pain which greatly improves your quality of life. You will no longer be house bound. Now go enjoy your life

The New England Journal of Medicine reported on a study (08-16-1999) regarding the benefits of physical exercise and therapy from the use of hot tub spas. As reported, patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus were studied using a hot tub 30 minutes a day, 6 days per week. After only 10 days, patients required reduced doses of insulin, lost weight, showed distinct decreases in plasma glucose and glycosylated hemoglobin, and benefited from improved sleep and an increased general sense of well-being.

The study also reported of benefits for patients who are unable to exercise. These patients would specifically benefit from increased blood flow to skeletal muscles. Once again, if you have this condition or other medical issues, you must consult with your physician prior to starting any hydrotherapy program.


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