Centuries old, modern techniques
Hydrotherapy, otherwise known as the therapeutic use of water, has been around for a very long time. The use of hydrotherapy dates back to the ancient Egyptian, Greek, and. But the techniques of Hydrotherapy were a little bit different back then – the use of water to treat aches and pains has advanced with time.
Heal More Quickly
The hydrostatic properties of the warm water in a hot tub boosts your blood circulation which in turn, improves bodily function as a whole. It also breaks down lactic acid that builds up in your muscles after exercise. This not only helps you feel more relaxed but allows your muscles to heal more quickly.
Ease Tight Muscles
After warm water, the most important element of a hot tub is the jets. Spa jets can help ease tight muscles and have been proven to reduce anxiety. Proper jet placement can make or break your experience.
It is important to find a hot tub with multiple jet configurations that can target the areas that need it most. From your lower back to your shoulders, you should be able to move from seat to seat in your spa and find relief where you need it most. This is how hydrotherapy should be – extensive and plentiful.
Experience The Best
At Viking Spas, we take hydrotherapy seriously. We only use the best components available to construct your spa because we want your experience to be the best it can be. Explore our catalog and find the Viking spa that best fits your hydrotherapy needs!