Case Report: Aquatics & Alzheimer's

AT appears to be effective for a number of neurological and musculoskeletal disorders, and it may be more effective than land-based physiotherapy in some cases. It is still unclear why AT is so beneficial, but there is speculation that the aquatic environment might recalibrate sensory inputs in cognitively impaired patients.

Interview with Stacy Lynch

Eight years ago Stacy Lynch of Summit Therapy Group, Phoenix, Ariz. was thrown into the aquatic therapy pool and since then, he hasn’t looked back.

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