The Medical Massage Jets™ and hot water of a Medical Spa™ is soothing and relaxing after a strenuous workout. It is the best therapy you can receive for your health following the cool down stage after a workout. The convenience of a Medical Spa™ makes it easy to get the therapy you need to relieve sore muscles in your body.
The combination of heat, buoyancy, and massage jets in a Medical Spa™ is designed to deliver highly effective hydrotherapy benefits. This is especially important because like most people, a workout or active chores can leave your body in a recovering state for 2 and sometimes 3 days later.* Imagine being able to have a quick, effective turn-around on your recovery from strenuous activities with a Medical Spa™.
Between the NBA, NHL, MLB and NFL, every franchise organization makes sure that their athletes have hydrotherapy available to recover from games or practices. Hydrotherapy is used to “treat injuries and aid in the rehabilitation of the athlete,” according to the book, Principles of Manual Sports Medicine. While this has benefits just by itself, pairing a soak in a Medical Spa™ with stretching can even further your flexibility and build up your tolerance to sore and aching muscles.*
Medical Spas™ are more than just spas. They were designed to help heal your body. Because of all the doctors that came together to help make Medical Spas™ possible, and the over 100+ years of combined experience they all provided, there are lots of medical benefits you will receive by using it daily.
Because Medical Spas™ are based purely on documented studies; we have included the appropriate studies below with links for further research and verification.
* Myers, Jonathan. "Exercise and Cardiovascular Health." Circulation. American Heart Association, Inc., 07 Jan. 2003. Web.
* Ingraham, Paul. "Hot Baths for Pain." Pain Science. Pain Science, n.d. Web
* Jefferys, Ian, MS. "A Multidimensional Approach to Enhancing Recovery.: Strength & Conditioning Journal." Journal LWW. National Strength and Conditioning Association, n.d. Web.