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Since the 1800s, doctors had been prescribing hydrotherapy, and health resorts were being established across the continent.
Those who'd rather stay inside can book treatment at the largest spa in Central America, equipped with its own hydrotherapy center.
The 27,000 square foot burn center will have 16 inpatient intensive care unit beds, 4 outpatient clinic rooms, a hydrotherapy room, a therapy and rehabilitation center as well as a dedicated operating room.
Other treatments for specific issues include ultrasound therapy and hydrotherapy.
One area where this is most certainly true is in the R&R department, which boasts an indoor/outdoor hydrotherapy pool, an amethyst room and a tepidarium among the usual features.
The Thalasso Center offers hydrotherapy and traditional Mayan treatments.
Tranquil private rooms, an indoor hydrotherapy space, and a waterfront spa area set the stage for the Adirondack Hot Stone Massages, Green Island Sugar Scrub, and Rose Hydrating Cocoon treatment.
Trainer Gai Waterhouse, known as the first lady of Australian racing, compares it to professional athletes in a hydrotherapy pool, with joints supported by the water.
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Origin and Etymology of hydrotherapy
First Known Use: 1876See Words from the same year
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Definition of hydrotherapy for English Language Learners
: the use of water in the treatment of disease or injury
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