Aquatic therapy It is all about the treatments and exercises to recite in water for relaxation, fitness, physical rehabilitation, and for other therapeutic benefits. It’s a kind of enjoyment where one can relish and it is one among the finest exercises. Mostly a qualified aquatic therapist gives invariable attendance to a person receiving treatment in a heated therapy pool and are performed in a specific temperature pool. Techniques in aquatic therapy include Ai Chi, Aqua Running, Bad Ragaz Ring Method, Burdenko Method, Halliwick, Watsu, and other aquatic bodywork forms. Therapeutic applications include neurological disorders, spine pain, musculoskeletal pain, post-operative orthopedic rehabilitation, pediatric disabilities, and pressure ulcers. Treatments and exercises are performed while floating, partially submerged, or fully submerged in water. A hard aquatic component is particularly helpful for therapy where the modest or non-weight bearing is desirable and where normal functioning is limited by inflammation, pain, guarding muscle spasm, and limited range of motion. Water provides a controllable environment for the re-education of weak muscles and skill development for neurological and neuromuscular impairment.