Hydrotherapy can help you in a number of different ways: The warmth of the water allows your muscles to relax and eases the pain in your joints, helping you to exercise. You and your physiotherapist will decide whether hydrotherapy is suitable. And in some areas, local arthritis support groups such as the National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society hire a hospital or health club pool for hydrotherapy sessions. How do I get in and out of the pool? Most pools have different depths, varying from waist height to chest height, and there will be a rail around the edge of the pool for extra support. By pushing your arms and legs against the water, you can also improve your muscle strength. Using this information and the information provided by your doctor, the physiotherapist will advise on whether hydrotherapy is appropriate for you. Check with your GP or call your local rheumatology department to find out if an NHS physiotherapist in your area will accept self-referrals.
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