Fall Sports have begun, leaves are gently falling, people are active and swimming pools have closed.
Fall is a very active time of year. We are raking leaves, storing patio furniture, and the splitting and stacking firewood.
With all this activity, our muscles get sore. Shoulders hurt, backs ache and joints begin to stiffen in the cool weather. Every day activities often slow us down.
Much research has concluded that warm water has a way of aiding the relief of aches and pains. It’s called Hydrotherapy.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines Hydrotherapy as this: “Hydrotherapy is the therapeutic use of water (as in a whirlpool bath)”
A whirlpool bath is a Jacuzzi Hot Tub.
During Hydrotherapy, warm water increase blood flow and circulation. The buoyancy of water helps relieve pressure off your joints giving them the ability to move more fluidly and the strategic placement of jets, massage tension away and prevents the buildup of lactic acid. When lactic acid build up, it leads to sore muscles. This build up is caused by exercise and injury.
Spending time in a hot tub helps ease muscle pain and reduces the risk of injury by keeping your muscles loose, so when you reach, twist or bend over you have more flexibility and do not strain a muscle or joint as readily.
The value of hydrotherapy is one of the many reasons why Rin Robyn Pools chose Jacuzzi Hot Tubs.
Jacuzzi is a pioneer in hydrotherapy. The 1st Jacuzzi hydro jet was innovated over 60 years ago to help child, Ken Jacuzzi with his rheumatoid arthritis.
Since then, Jacuzzi has acquired over 700 patents which began with the Jacuzzi Family legacy of the Jacuzzi Jet. Each jet has a perfect balance of air and water ratio throughout their Aquilibrium ® system. A Patented 360 degree air induction which delivers high water volume with a low-pressure massage, that allows for deeper penetration.
Stop by our Chester or Hackettstown store to sit in a Jacuzzi’s ergonomically design seat and see how hydrotherapy could work in your life, right in your own home.